Tell Me More for Thursday, February 13, 2014

Can Federal Program Keep Mom And Dad Together?

A federal program is spending millions to keep couples together. But does the Family Expectations program actually work? Host Michel Martin asks Tom Bartlett, who wrote about the program for The Chronicle Review, and Ron Haskins of the Brookings Institution.

Are Tech Execs Uncomfortable Around Young Black Men?

The organizers of a recent hackathon in California asked whether a smartphone app could have saved Trayvon Martin. They're also looking at the bigger question about why more young black males aren't excelling in tech. Host Michel Martin speaks with hackathon organizer Kalimah Priforce.

Why Stuart Hall Was The 'Godfather Of Multiculturalism'

The late sociologist Stuart Hall is known as the "Godfather of Multiculturalism." Host Michel Martin looks at his legacy with professor Mark Anthony Neal of Duke University.
Whether competing on America's Next Top Model or acting in Lee Daniels' The Butler, Yaya Alafia has never shied away from issues of race and identity. She talks to host Michel Martin as part of a special series for Black History Month.
Afro Latino music is on the rise in Latin America. The music has roots in the slave trade, but artists are putting a modern spin on old songs. Host Michel Martin hears more from AltLatino's Felix Contreras and Jasmine Garsd.
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