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    Outpedaling the Big C

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth McGowan recalls the coast to coast bicycle trip she took after surviving melanoma.

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  • Ravenous

    Sam Apple looks at the life and research of biochemist Otto Warburg, openly gay and Jewish, who was encouraged by the Nazi Party to continue his research on cancer during World War II.

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  • Black Women, Black Love - America's War on African American Marriage

    Emory University professor Dianne Stewart argues that Black marriages have been undermined by American laws and policies.

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  • On Juneteenth

    Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed recalls the announcement of the end of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865.

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    Annette Gordon-Reed

    Author, Harvard University professor, and historian Annette Gordon-Reed joins us on July 4th to talk about American presidents, slavery, and emancipation. Her books include the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Hemingses of Monticello” and “On Juneteenth.”

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    Ken Starr

    The former judge, solicitor general, independent counsel, and president of Baylor University, joins us to talk and take calls about the 1998-99 Clinton investigation, morality and religious liberty in America, the Supreme Court, and more.

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