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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • State of Black America
    For 30 years, the National Urban League has issued a report on what it means to be black in America and what the president should do to eliminate inequality. The Urban League has praise, as well as some recommendations, for the first African-American president. Also: what journalists in the black community are encountering when they criticize President Obama.9:06 a.m.
    Stephanie Jones: Executive director, National Urban League Policy Institute.
    Clarence Page: Columnist and editorial board member of the Chicago Tribune.
  • Reflections on life in Iran
    As the friends and family await the sentencing of radio reporter and Fargo native Roxana Saberi, one friend reflects on the constraints of Iranian life. Journalist Azadeh Moaveni's new book centers on peaks and valleys of trying to marry and raise a family in the Islamic Republic.10:06 a.m.
    Azadeh Moaveni: Author of the new book, "Honeymoon in Tehran." She's also the author of "Lipstick Jihad."

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