All Things Considered : NPR 7 April 2018

#NPRpoetry: Jessica Care Moore Picks Her Favorite Twitter Listener Submissions

Weekend All Things Considered marks poetry month with Detroit poet jessica Care moore. She tells Michel Martin which mini poems on #NPRpoetry caught her eye.

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Maryland Lawmakers Move To Ban Gay Conversion Therapy

A bill banning conversion therapy for LGBT minors played out in a very personal way in the Maryland legislature. Erin Cox of the Baltimore Sun tells NPR's Michel Martin about the family drama.

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'Lynchburg Revival' Activists Warn Of Rising 'Christian Nationalism'

Progressive evangelical activists, dismayed over their fellow Christians' continued support for President Trump, are gathering in Lynchburg, Va., home to Jerry Falwell's Liberty University.

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50 Years After MLK: Civil Rights Now And Then

As we mark 50 years since the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., Michel Martin talks with Human Rights Watch's Nicole Austin-Hillery, the New School's Maya Wiley and the NAACP's Tiffany Dena Loftin.

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At Least 3 Killed In Germany Car Attack

Two people were killed today in Muenster, Germany, when a man drove a van into a crowd, before killing himself. Police believe the driver was a German citizen, reportedly mentally ill.

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Palestinian Journalist Killed In Gaza Protest

While covering the border protest, 30-year-old Palestinian photojournalist Yasser Murtaja was among those shot by Israeli troops in Gaza along the border with Israel.

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Sanctions Against Russian Oligarchs Unlikely To Have Desired Impact

Some Russians targeted by the latest round of Treasury Department sanctions are very close to Vladimir Putin, and some have ties to Trumpworld.

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A 'Blue Wave' Is Swelling

Charlie Sykes, longtime former host of conservative talk radio, tells NPR's Michel Martin Republicans are "freaking out" about a looming "blue wave" in November.

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'The Last O.G.' Is 'About Second Chances,' Tracy Morgan Says

After recovering from a terrible traffic accident in 2014, The Last O.G. is Morgan's first major role since 30 Rock. He plays a man fresh out of prison adapting to a changed Brooklyn.

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