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Doctor and activist Paul Farmer joins us to talk about his advice to future doctors and his new book, "To Repair the World," a collection of his speeches on global health and social justice.
Today at 1:00pm
Actress Julianne Moore joins the program. She's currently starring in the new film "What Maisie Knew" as an out-of-control rock star and mother in the midst of a nasty custody battle. Moore has been nominated for an Oscar four times.
Today at 2:00pm
Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie sets her new novel "Amerikanah" in the U.S. It features a Nigerian-born heroine who, much like herself, is a keen observer of America's racial divide.
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