In many German museums, curators obscure the last names of those killed or persecuted by the Nazis for allegedly being homosexual. They say it is for privacy, but shame still persists for victims and their families.
There's a fundraising campaign underway in Germany to build a new home for three different houses of worship. If it's successful, it would be the first a church, mosque and synagogue are located under the same roof.
Today we take you to Paris by way of Morocco, or perhaps Morocco by way of Paris. Hindi Zahra's debut mixes jazz and blues with a generous measure of Moroccan folk music and a few dashes of funk. From PRI's The World.
Animal rights is a big issue in Germany. And how Germans slaughter animals is strictly regulated. The Nazis vilified the Jewish method of slaughtering animals; today Germans are intolerant of the tradition of its four million Muslims. David Hecht reports.