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This past weekend six community leaders were recognized and inducted into Iowa’s Latino Hall of Fame.
The University of Iowa says it will not meet the demands of a group of Black former football players, who have called for the firing of coaches and the awarding of $20 million in damages over alleged racial discrimination.
President Trump has forged a friendship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. NPR discusses what might happen to U.S.-India ties if there's a change in the White House.
Despite President Trump's anti-Mexico rhetoric, Mexico's president has developed a relationship with him. NPR discusses how this relationship could change if Joe Biden wins the election.
Poll lines in Georgia are long and getting worse. An investigation by Georgia Public Broadcasting and ProPublica digs into why the state hasn't added polling places in its fastest-growing counties.
Republican David Young wants to go back to Congress. The former two-term representative of Iowa’s 3rd District lost reelection two years ago to current Democratic Rep. Cindy Axne. Now Young is challenging for his old seat.
On this episode of Talk of Iowa, four Black Iowans who have become leaders in the movement to fight anti-Black racism.
In The Zealot and the Emancipator, historian H.W. Brands reflects on two 19th century leaders who fought the institution of slavery in different ways: one radical and the other reformist.
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