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AirTalk for December 25, 2001

Segments From This Episode

Celebrations in Latino Landscapes

In honor of the holiday, AirTalk is preempted for a Living on Earth Latino USA Holiday special that explores Latino holiday traditions. For more information or to order a copy of the program, visit the Living on Earth website.

A Change of Season

NPR shares stories of holiday traditions, memories, and meaning. Visit the NPR website for more information.

The Russia Project

AirTalk Evening Edition is preempted for this special broadcast exploring the collapse of the Soviet Union and the ramifications on the modern world. To order a tape or for more information, visit The Russia Project.

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