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3:03pm

Sat June 15, 2013
Around the Nation

Fighting Unwanted Cat Calls, One Poster At A Time

Originally published on Sat June 15, 2013 4:19 pm

New York artist Tatayana Fazlalizadeh uses posters to combat unwanted cat calls and attention from men in her neighborhood.
Courtesy of Tatayana Fazlalizadeh

It's hard to go unnoticed in New York City, with everyone checking out the latest fashions and hairstyles. As the weather warms, some women who are shedding those winter layers are finding themselves the object of more cat calls, whistles and roving eyes than they'd like.

Artist Tatayana Fazlalizadeh is not going to take it anymore.

Under the cover of darkness, wearing a black knit hit, black leather jacket and black Chuck Taylors, Fazlalizadeh is nearly invisible. She's scouring Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, for a blank canvas.

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3:03pm

Sat June 15, 2013
Author Interviews

Telling Stories About Ourselves In 'The Faraway Nearby'

Originally published on Sat June 15, 2013 4:19 pm

Brian Jackson iStockphoto.com

Rebecca Solnit begins her new memoir, The Faraway Nearby, with a question: "What's your story?"

"It's all in the telling," she says. "Stories are compasses and architecture; we navigate by them, we build our sanctuaries and prisons out of them, and to be without a story is to be lost in the vastness of the world that spreads in all directions like arctic tundra or sea ice."

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3:03pm

Sat June 15, 2013
Middle East

Obama's Dilemma: Arming The Syrian Rebels

Originally published on Sat June 15, 2013 4:19 pm

The White House is taking its first tentative steps toward arming Syrian rebels. Host Jacki Lyden speaks with James Fallows, national correspondent with The Atlantic, about the U.S.' ongoing struggle to determine when is the right time to intercede. They also discuss moderate candidate Hasan Rowhani's victory in the Iranian presidential election.

2:43pm

Sat June 15, 2013
Music Interviews

Terence Blanchard Turns A Tragic Champion Into An Opera Hero

Originally published on Sat June 15, 2013 4:19 pm

Terence Blanchard is one of today's foremost jazz composers.
Nitin Vadukul Courtesy of the artist

11:04am

Sat June 15, 2013
The Picture Show

Pakistani Photographers Take A Personal Picture Of Pakistan

Originally published on Thu June 20, 2013 8:35 am

A young man stitches decorative seat covers and curtains in Rawalpindi, where he works for more than 12 hours a day.
Noor Za Din

Last year, National Geographic offered a photo camp for emerging Pakistani photographers to explore the tribal areas of their country.

Seventeen photographers spent six days around Islamabad learning to tell stories with photos.

And just this week, a selection of those photos were on display at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., in an exhibit called Pakistan Through Our Eyes.

A few of the photographers joined NPR's Jacki Lyden to discuss their experiences.

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