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Charnice Milton, right, takes notes while reporting on assignment.

Charnice Milton, right, takes notes while reporting on assignment.

Thursday, May 25 12:32 p.m. (ET)

A Bookstore Is Born To Honor Slain Journalist Charnice Milton

The journalist Charnice Milton was killed two years ago by crossfire from a drive-by shooting in Southeast Washington. Now community advocates in the area are opening a bookstore to honor her memory, promote literacy and address book deserts in neighborhoods East of the Anacostia River

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Protestors head toward a demonstration in D.C.

Protestors head toward a demonstration in D.C.

Tuesday, May 23 12 p.m. (ET)

Your Turn: The Week In Local Protests

Kojo invites Washingtonians to discuss last week's biggest demonstrations: The Turkish security force's violent crackdown on demonstrators in Sheridan Circle, the politically-charged light projections on Trump's D.C. hotel, one Georgetown professor's confrontation of a known white Nationalist at a local gym and more.

Lt. Governor Ralph Northam

Lt. Governor Ralph Northam

Friday, May 19 12 p.m. (ET)

The Politics Hour – May 19, 2017

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joins us to discuss a brewing scandal over top officials getting preferential treatment in the school lottery from the former schools chancellor. Plus, Kojo and Tom interview Virginia's Lt. Governor and gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam.