NPR Programs: Tell Me More Podcast
Summary: Capturing the headlines, issues and pleasures relevant to multicultural life in America, NPR's Tell Me More focuses on the way we live, intersect and collide in a diverse world. Hosted by Michel Martin.
Stories: 1) Iraq Violence: Is There an End In Sight? 2) Is Educational Change Coming For Native Americans? 3) Activist Janet Mock: Please Respect Transgender Teens 4) Remembering The Victories Of The 1964 Civil Rights Act 5) Bon Iver's 'Holocene': A Perfect Song To Write To
Stories: 1) Could Finland Teach The U.S. A Lesson On Guns? 2) Stories Of President George H.W. Bush, From 41 Closest Friends 3) Remembering Ruby Dee: 'Think Of Me And Feel Encouraged' 4) The World's Watching Soccer, But Basketball Is On The Barbershop's Brain
Stories: 1) Did Eric Cantor Forget That All Politics Are Local? 2) Is Teacher Tenure Really The New Brown V. Board Of Education? 3) President's Student Loan Action Might Be Too Little, Too Late 4) How Dreaming Big Led One TV Star To His Big Break 5) Who Runs The World? Rutgers Says Beyonce
Stories: 1) What Does Cantor's Loss Say About The Republicans' Future? 2) 'Washington Post' Op-Ed Tone Deaf On View Of Sexual Assault? 3) Could Detroit's Automakers Save Its Art Treasures? 4) The Difficulty And Drama Of Building A Top Black Magazine 5) Do You Want The Truth, Or Do You Just Like Your Story Better?
Stories: 1) Children Flood U.S.-Mexico Border, Overwhelm Patrol Agency 2) Supreme Court: Immigrant Children Lose Place In Line At Age 21 3) Getting More Out Of A Summer Job Than Money 4) Arab Entrepreneurs Look For Advice In Silicon Valley 5) Dad Advice: How to Quiet Your 'Inner Screaming' And Survive
Stories: 1) An 'Integrity Problem' at Veterans Affairs? 2) When A Killer Comes From Your Family 3) Are Asian Men 'Less Than' In America? 4) Laverne Cox Loves 'Trouble' 5) The Wailers Carry On Bob Marley's Legacy
Stories: 1) Should Tweens Be Prosecuted As Adults? 2) Rabbi: American Jews Should Not Worry About Anti-Semitism 3) World Cup Makes Brazilians Crazy, But Soccer's Not To Blame 4) NBA Finals: Did The Heat Take Down Miami?
Stories: 1) Values Collide In Texas Over 'Open Carry' Protests 2) When LeBron James Speaks, Do People Stop And Listen? 3) Couple Goes High-Tech And Low Cost For Their Big Day 4) 'Guns Kept People Alive' During The Civil Rights Movement 5) With 'So Much Trouble In The World,' Music Calms Theater Director
Stories: 1) After Tiananmen Square, New Lives On A New Continent 2) What's Keeping Some Graduates From Getting Hired? 3) There's Trouble In The Job Market For Black College Graduates 4) Anika Noni Rose Breathes New Life Into Classic 'Raisin In The Sun'
Stories: 1) New Orleans District Moves To All-Charter School System 2) Layoff 101: Don't Blame Yourself 3) 'Wait To Worry' About Challenges 4) Diverse Summer Reading Picks For Kids
Stories: 1) Fort Hood Shooting: No Simple Link To Mental Illness 2) Cocaine Case Puts Spotlight On Fetal Harm Prosecutions 3) Chuck Stone Remembered For More Than His Newspaper Columns 4) LiV Warfield Lets Her 'Unexpected' Voice Out
Stories: 1) Stories From The U.S.-Mexico Border 2) Reconnecting With Your Roots And The Cost Of Keeping Them Hidden 3) Hill Harper Moves To 'Fire And Desire' 4) Indian Classical Music Meets Beat Box In 'Exit 1'
Stories: 1) Afghanistan Getting New Leader, But Don't Expect Karzai To Disappear 2) West Africans Worried About Ebola Outbreak 3) Asian-American Rabbi Changes The Face Of Judaism 4) Colbert Went Too Far Or Viewers Can't Take A Joke?
Stories: 1) What Raising Tipped Workers' Wages Could Mean For Economy 2) Boxed In, Then Leaving NFL At Age 26 3) One Step Closer To Nation's First College Athletes' Union 4) Can Coats Quiet Controversy Over Football Team Name? 5) For Actor Michael Peña, A Transformative Role As Cesar Chavez
Stories: 1) Despite Financial Challenges, HBCUs Fight To Remain A Bargain 2) Walter Mosley: To End Race, We Have To Recognize 'White' Doesn't Exist 3) Polygamy May Seem Like A Man's Dream, But Kenyan Women Are Not Happy 4) The Changing World Of Tech Requires A Woman's Eye