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Will the Teenagers ever get the millions they are due?

Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers  composed one of the biggest hits in American pop music history. The surviving members of the group who composed the song have never seen a dime in royalties.

National Pubic Radio's Crossroads - Malcolm Howard (Lucard)
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The paper road

How recycling  trash at the base of Mount Everest led an artist on a journey to rediscover the ancient art

of Tibetan paper making

The Paper Road - Malcolm Howard Lucard-NPR's Crossroads
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From toxic waste to the world's longest public mural

How a paint recycling project helped reinvigorate a once-neglected part of Pueblo, Colorado's downtown.

Recycling old paint into new public art-Colorado Public Radio - Malcolm (Howard) Lucard
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Environmental racism in the Big Apple

Why are all of New York City's environmental hazards placed in neighborhoods of color?

Environmental racism in NYC-National Public Radio - Malcolm (Howard) Lucard
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Bombing the Rez-National Native News - Malcolm (Howard) Lucard
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The Walker River Paiute reservation has a long proud heritage of service in the US military. So why won't the US Navy compensate the tribe for land it has bombed since the 1950s?

Bombing the Rez