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'These Birds Walk': The Story Of Pakistan's Runaway Children
The documentary These Birds Walk is about great sadness in the very young. NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks to co-directors Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq, who spent three years in Pakistan to make the film.
'Mad Black Men': Yes, There Were Black People In 60s Advertising
As a black graphic designer, Xavier Ruffin wanted to like the show Mad Men, but was disappointed with its portrayal of black people. His Web series Mad Black Men, is part spoof, part dramedy.
An Answer For Issues With 'Lavatory Logistics' At Outdoor Events
For anyone who has ever been stuck at an outdoor event searching for a restroom, there's an app to help with "lavatory logistics." This idea started as a joke and has turned into a Mardi Gras tool.
Russia Approves Troop Action In Ukraine
Russia's upper house of parliament voted Saturday to allow President Vladimir Putin to send Russian troops into Ukraine. Host Arun Rath talks to NPR's Corey Flintoff for the latest from Moscow.
Ukraine's Temporary Government Strained By Ongoing Tensions
The brand new government in Ukraine is struggling to respond to the crisis in Crimea. Host Arun Rath talks to NPR's Emily Harris in Kiev about the continuing tensions in the region.
U.N. Attempting To Find Diplomatic Solutions In Ukraine
The standoff in Crimea is increasing in intensity and has become a focal point of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Host Arun Rath talks to NPR's Michele Kelemen about the diplomatic efforts to resolve the standoff in the region.
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