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A year after the Ebola outbreak began in West Africa, NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Adolphus Scott of UNICEF and Jana Telfer of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about the vital role of public messaging in fighting the disease.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Karen Grigsby Bates, from NPR's Code Switch team, about the new Starbucks campaign that encourages people to discuss issues of race. Will it succeed?
Three fraternities have been suspended or closed this month alone. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Caitlin Flanagan, a writer for The Atlantic, about her year-long investigation of the Greek system.
The mudslide killed 43 and devastated the small community of Oso, Wash. Bonnie Rose, who manages a local restaurant and ranch, describes how Oso residents have coped.
That's what Paul Bennett, chief creative officer at the IDEO design firm, told California Sunday writer Jon Mooallem. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Mooallem about Bennett's work "redesigning" death.
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion....
Spencer is equal parts Little Richard and Iggy Pop, the funky, yelping frontman for the Blues Explosion. The band's new album is called Freedom Tower: No Wave Dance Party 2015.