A Writer On Being A Black Man In Minnesota NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Marlon James about racism and being a black man in Minnesota. James's essay on the subject, "Smaller, and Smaller, and Smaller," has been widely shared.
Paid Line-Holders Find Worth In The Wait NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Robert Samuel about Same Ole Line Dudes, his line-waiting business, and what New Yorkers want but don't want to wait in line for.
Commission To Add 'Context' To Richmond's Confederate Monuments This past week, Richmond, Va., Mayor Levar Stoney announced a commission to study what to do with the city's Confederate monuments. He tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro all options are on the table.
Songwriter Jade Jackson On Her Journey To A 'Gilded' Debut The California country-rock artist, 25, tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about the personal and health struggles that have fueled her new album, <em>Gilded</em>.
In D.C., A Politics Camp For Girls The Young Women's Political Leadership Program in Washington, D.C. brings dozens of high school girls together each summer to talk about the mechanics and challenges of entering politics.
Graduating High School At 92 When Mary Matsuda Gruenewald was a high school junior, her family was sent to a Japanese internment camp. Now, she was finally able to participate in her hometown's high school graduation.
The Call-In: Your Questions About Making Relationships Last It's wedding season! For this week's Call-In, Mandy Len Catron, author of the new book <em>How to Fall in Love with Anyone</em>, answers your questions about love and relationships.
Congressman Proposes A Military 'Space Corps' NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Republican Rep. Mike Rogers of Alabama about a bipartisan bill that would create a new part of the military for space operations, called Space Corps.