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News & Notes shines a light on some of the most important topics and concerns of interest to African Americans today. The program offers unique insights and illuminating observations on the day's news and trends for all NPR listeners.
New Orleans Schools Struggle to Bounce Back
Post-Katrina, New Orleans Turning to Charter Schools
Look Ahead: Princeton Students Schooled in New Orleans
Roundtable: New Orleans Schools, Fla. Hazing Law
LL Cool J and the Buffest Generation
Author on Growl Power of 'Cheetah Girls'
Branford Marsalis' Changing New Orleans
Experts Offer Examination of Bush Health-Care Plan
Existing Conditions Can Make Insuring Children Difficult
Roundtable: Bush on Katrina, Terror-Free Gas
Ghana Leads African Union, Strike Ends in Guinea
Singer Elisabeth Withers Goes Solo
E. Faust Tillman, Born to Freed Slaves, Dies at 114
'Medical Apartheid' Tracks History of Abuses
Roundtable: Afghan Aid, Long Beach Convictions, 'Roots' at 30
Race and Stereotypes in Gay Culture
Justine Simmons of 'Run's House' Pens Book for Kids
Author M.T. Anderson on 'Octavian Nothing'
Exploring Race-Based Gang Violence in L.A.
Is Violence Between Blacks and Latinos on the Rise?
Brother, Filmmaker Discuss Miss. Murder Cold Case
Roundtable: Mississippi Murders
What Will Be African-Americans' Political Destiny?
Diane Sawyer Special Examines Poverty in N.J.
'Off the Record:' Author Offers Scoop on Black Celebs
Raising Children, Caring for Parents
Roundtable: Caring for Children and Parents, Hendrix Drink
More Black Voters Signing on as Independents
Film Looks at Immigrants Caught in Slave Trade
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