Everybody's All American

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Friday, June 29, 2007

Last night’s Democratic presidential candidates’ debate focused on domestic issues and was notable for having a panel of questioners comprised of journalists of color. We’ll hear excerpts from, and get listeners’ reactions to, the debate along with analysis from two of the questioners, columnist Ruben Navarrette, Jr. and NPR’s Michel Martin. Also, a call-in for parents on the role of teachers in the schools; and everything you wanted to know about New York City recycling.

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Ruben Navarrette, Jr. and Michel Martin

Everybody's All American

Eddie Glaude, Jr., associate professor at Princeton University, a regular contributor to The Tavis Smiley Show and the author of In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America, then Ruben Navarrette, Jr., syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Group, then Michel Martin, host of ...

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You Produce: Plastics 101

David Hurd, director of the new Office for Recycling Outreach and Education, explains what plastic products you can recycle, what you cannot and why. Then, Debra Keneally, project manager for frog, a global design consultancy firm, talks about the two week project she has embarked on, where she has to ...

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Following Up:

Listeners call in to talk about Mayor Bloomberg's and Chancellor Klein's comments on the roles of parents and teachers in the schools.

Listen to Chancellor Klein's interview on the Brian Lehrer show, 6/28/07

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London Terror Threat

Emily Vencat, London Correspondent for Newsweek Magazine, gives an update on the investigation in London following the disarming of a potential car bomb in Picadilly Circus.


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