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A Tattooist And A Tweet Take A Band From Tiny Clubs To Tours
Fitz and the Tantrums' members clicked instantly, and won a famous fan early. But their rise also required an enormous amount of work — what the bandleader calls "success by a thousand paper cuts."
Building Ties To Counter Religious Extremism In LA
Law enforcement is working to detect and prevent radical Islam in the U.S. NPR's Rachel Martin presents different perspectives on what prevention looks like.
Reports Of Racism Fall Through France's Information Gap
There were 1,274 incidents of racism in France in 2013, the nation's government reports, but it's not clear who was affected and how. NPR's Rachel Martin learns more from data analyst Mona Chalabi.
Pakistan Pressures Afghan Refugees To Go Home
Following the massacre of more than 130 students in Pakistan, authorities are responding with draconian measures. Officials are focusing on Afghan refugees, even though the killers were Pakistani.
Group Helps Inner City Youth See The World
International travel is beyond the reach of most kids from tough urban neighborhoods. Anise Hayes of Atlantic Impact tells NPR's Rachel Martin that her program gives high school students that chance.
Book Tells A Secret Story Of WWII Internments
The Train to Crystal City is the story of the WWII program to trade German and Italian Americans for Americans who were trapped abroad. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with author Jan Jarboe Russell.
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