NPR News: From Only Child To Older Sister To Adoptee, Under China’s One-Child Policy

From Only Child To Older Sister To Adoptee, Under China’s One-Child Policy
Ricki Mudd was born in China and her family, wanting a son, hid her away while they tried to have a boy. After her brother was born she was taken by authorities. But she feels lucky, not rejected.

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NPR News: ‘Cecil The Lion,’ ‘Clock Boy,’ Other Newsmakers Become Latest Halloween Costume Ideas

‘Cecil The Lion,’ ‘Clock Boy,’ Other Newsmakers Become Latest Halloween Costume Ideas
Many Halloween outfits these days are just as likely to be ripped straight from your newsfeed as they are from comic books or horror movies. Host Michel Martin takes a look at a couple of this year’s news-inspired costumes.

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NPR News: Films About Syrian Civil War Move From Online To New York Gallery

Films About Syrian Civil War Move From Online To New York Gallery
Through years of brutal civil war, a Syrian film collective has been producing short films, which are now in a New York gallery, where the collective hopes to show a more human side of war victims.

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NPR News: The Barbershop View: School Law Enforcement, Black Lives Matter And Hillary Clinton

The Barbershop View: School Law Enforcement, Black Lives Matter And Hillary Clinton
Jolene Ivey, Farajii Muhammad, and Ordale Allen join the Barbershop to discuss the video of the South Carolina student being disciplined by a deputy, Black Lives Matter interrupting a Clinton rally, and news that processed meats are carcinogenic.

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