This week on "Sunday Morning" (March 25)

Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.

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Last Updated Mar 25, 2018 1:28 PM EDT

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COVER STORY: The March for Our Lives: Taking their message to the streets | Watch Video
Chip Reid reports on the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, which grew out of students' own response to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in which 17 students and educators were killed. Reid also examines past attempts to turn tragic incidents of gun violence into political action to rewrite gun laws.

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 John and Yoko's "Bed-In For Peace" | Watch Video
On March 25, 1969, the Beatle and his bride began an anti-war protest in an Amsterdam hotel bed. Jane Pauley reports. 

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Artist Takashi Murakami with correspondent Serena Altschul.  CBS News

ART:  Takashi Murakami, Japan's Andy Warhol | Watch Video
Most artists struggle to break into mainstream culture. Takashi Murakami is not one of them. His work has been featured on Louis Vuitton bags, in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and on the cover of a Kanye West album, and are prime examples of Superflat -- a modern art movement pioneered by Murakami that merges pop art and anime with fine art techniques.

Serena Altschul talked with Murakami at a Boston exhibition that pairs Murakami's creations with traditional Japanese art.

GALLERY: The art of Takashi Murakami

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Radio host Don Imus with correspondent Anthony Mason. CBS News

SUNDAY PROFILE: Don Imus: The sun sets on his morning radio show | Watch Video
The sun is setting on "Imus in the Morning." Anthony Mason interviews the talk radio personality who is retiring after five decades as a nationally-syndicated humorist and shock jock.

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Last of its kind | Watch Video
Jonathan Vigliotti reports on Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, who spent his final days at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.

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Jim Gaffigan on that topic he can't talk about | Watch Video
You know that topic -- the one you watch "Sunday Morning" to avoid, but which we can't always entirely escape? (You Facebook commenters know what we're [not] talking about!) Comedian Jim Gaffigan has something to say about the thing he won't mention.

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The kites of winter. CBS News

AEROBATICS: Go fly a kite! | Watch Video
Iowans aren't one to waste a winter. So what better use for a frozen lake than as a launch pad for colorful, kaleidoscopic kites? Lee Cowan pays a visit to the Color the Wind Kite Festival at Clear Lake, Iowa, for some frigid fun.

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In an interview with Tracy Smith to air on "Sunday Morning," two-time Oscar-winning actor-director Sean Penn talks about writing his first novel, "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff." CBS News

BOOKS: Sean Penn: The actor turns a page | Watch Video
After nearly 40 years in the entertainment business, and earning some of the industry's top honors, actor-director-writer Sean Penn tells Tracy Smith the thrill is gone - he doesn't enjoy acting these days, he says, in a wide-ranging interview tied to the release of his first novel, "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff," about a part-time assassin.

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COMMENTARY: A women's history month lesson (Video)
March is Women's History Month, which prompts this history lesson from "Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie.

Jane Pauley with former President Jimmy Carter. CBS News

BOOKS: Jimmy Carter on his journey of "Faith" | Watch Video
Jane Pauley talks with former President Jimmy Carter.

BOOK EXCERPT: Jimmy Carter's "Faith: A Journey for All"

WEB EXTRA: Jimmy Carter: My preference would be that Trump "not be impeached"

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Julie Yip-Williams wrote the blog "My Cancer Fighting Journey," to help prepare her two young daughters for her death. CBS News

PASSAGE: Julie Yip-Williams | Watch Video
The young mother recently profiled by Tracy Smith on "Sunday Morning," who blogged about living with stage IV colon cancer. has died at age 42.  

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Week of March 26 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

 Birds in Texas (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning at the Santa Clara Ranch in Starr County, Texas, a wildlife sanctuary with a watering hole that's a favorite of migratory birds. Videographer: Earl Nottingham.




RALLY: David Hogg's March For Our Lives video diary
David Hogg, a student journalist at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and a survivor of last month's school shooting, describes the experience of appearing at the March For Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. We also hear from Alex Wind, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, and Mya Middleton, a 16-year-old from Chicago, who was a victim of an armed robbery.

Honduras trip report
Judith Lehmberg on the wildlife encountered during her visit to Central America.

Tony Bennett
Singer Tony Bennett (left), and cover art from the Fleetwood Mac album, "Rumours." AP/Warner Bros.

AUDIO: Tony Bennett's "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" among additions to National Recording Registry
Songs by Gloria Estefan, Kenny Rogers, The Temptations, Run-DMC and "The Sound of Music" are among the landmark recordings to be preserved by the Library of Congress. Listen to audio samples of this year's additions!

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