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Fresh Air for Oct. 25, 2017: Ordinary People Fighting Extremism In Africa

Fresh Air for Oct. 24, 2017: How Climate Change Threatens U.S. Cities

Fresh Air for Oct. 23, 2017: 'I Can't Breathe' Examines The Life And Death Of Eric Garner

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'I Can't Breathe' Examines Modern Policing And The Life And Death Of Eric Garner

'I Can't Breathe' Examines Modern Policing And The Life And Death Of Eric Garner

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Fresh Air for Oct. 21, 2017: Novelist Amy Tan; Director Noah Baumbach

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Fresh Air Weekend: Novelist Amy Tan; 'Death In The Air'; Director Noah Baumbach

Fresh Air Weekend: Novelist Amy Tan; 'Death In The Air'; Director Noah Baumbach

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Fresh Air for Oct. 20, 2017: Anthony Bourdain On 'Appetites' And The Food He Won't Eat

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