Tell Me More for Thursday, September 26, 2013

Are Somali-Americans More Likely To Be Radicalized?

Some experts in the U.S. say Somali-American young people are at greater risk of religious radicalization. Host Michel Martin speaks with homeland security advisor Mohamed Elibiary, and Mark Brunswick of Minnesota's Star Tribune about homegrown terrorism.

'Dictator Hunter' Brody: 'It's A Pleasure'

Human rights activist Reed Brody has taken on a huge mission: bringing down dictators across the world. Michel Martin talks with Brody, who has been called a 'bounty hunter' for human justice.
The Ivory Coast's government says former first lady Simone Gbagbo will not go on trial with her husband at the International Criminal Court. She'll be tried in a domestic court instead. Host Michel Martin checks in with Gbagbo's daughter, Marie Antoinette Singleton, to find out how her family has been responding to the charges.

MacArthur Fellow Crunches Data To Streamline Health Care

Dr. Jeffrey Brenner was awarded a MacArthur 'Genius' grant this week for improving health care in one of the poorest cities in America: Camden, New Jersey. Host Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Brenner about his experience, and the national health care debate.

The Root 100: A Who's Who Of Black America

What do politician Cory Booker, tennis star Serena Williams and rapper Jay Z have in common? They all top this year's "Root 100," an annual list of black "influencers." The Root publisher Donna Byrd talks to host Michel Martin about who else made the list, and why.
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