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Fresh Air For May 31, 2021: Celebrating 50 Years Of Philadelphia International Records

Fresh Air For May 29, 2021: 'Opal & Nev' Author Dawnie Walton; The History Of Juneteenth

Dawnie Walton left her job as the deputy managing editor of Essence to write The Final Revival of Opal & Nev. Rayon Richards/Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'Opal & Nev' Author Dawnie Walton; The History Of Juneteenth

Fresh Air Weekend: 'Opal & Nev' Author Dawnie Walton; The History Of Juneteenth

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Fresh Air For May 28, 2021: Rachael & Vilray; Loudon Wainwright III And Vince Giordano

Is Cruella de Vil (Emma Stone) meant to come off as misguided, unhinged or genuinely unscrupulous? A new film tries to suggest a complicated mix of all three and winds up feeling mostly confused. Disney hide caption

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A Kinder 'Cruella'? Film Reimagines The Dalmatian Villain With Spotty Success

A Kinder 'Cruella'? Film Reimagines The Dalmatian Villain With Spotty Success

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Fresh Air For May 27, 2021: How States Are Making It Harder To Vote

Fresh Air For May 26, 2021: Central Park 'Exonerated 5' Member Yusef Salaam

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Central Park 'Exonerated 5' Member Reflects On Freedom And Forgiveness

Central Park 'Exonerated 5' Member Reflects On Freedom And Forgiveness

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