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Afropop Worldwide

Saturday 3 - 4 PM

"Afropop Worldwide" is America's first and longest-lived weekly program on the music of Africa and the African Diaspora. Hosted by Georges Collinet from Cameroon and produced by Sean Barlow for World Music Productions, "Afropop Worldwide" draws on an unprecedented array of reporters, artists and cultural guides to present an hour that is authoritative, comprehensive and hugely entertaining. Homepage:  http://www.afropop.org/

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The Kentucky Attorney General investigating the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville announced Wednesday he was charging one officer with firing recklessly. He declined to charge any officers with her death. NPR's Noel King speaks with state representative Charles Booker about the charges.

In Kentucky, two police officers in Louisville were shot during protests Wednesday night in reaction to the charges filed earlier in the day in the Breonna Taylor shooting.

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Tanisha Long expects to be busy in the run up to the 2020 election.

For the next six weeks, Long, who founded an unofficial Black Lives Matter chapter for Pittsburgh and Southwestern Pennsylvania, plans to make get-out-the vote videos, host mail-in voting webinars and work to enfranchise eligible incarcerated people in order to turn out voters she says "no one's talking to anymore."

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