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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.
Evaluating Bush's European Trip
Analysis: Bush's Success Mending Political Fences
Roundtable: Chris Rock's Oscars, Sex Ed, Southern Racism
Mark Anthony Neal: Unconventional TV Characters
Reviewing the 77th Annual Academy Awards
Black Indie Filmmakers Get Creative
Police Shootings in African-American Neighborhoods
Police and Deadly Force in U.S. Black Communities
Roundtable: Barry Bonds, Harvard, Oscars
Rochelle Riley: African-Americans and the Oscars
Solomon Williams, Fla.'s First Black Train Engineer
Examining The Impact of a Black Secretary of State
Will Oscar Nominations Help Blacks in Hollywood?
The U.S. Role in Stopping Nuclear Proliferation
Roundtable: Assisted Suicide, Michael Jackson Trial
Globetrotters, 'The Team That Changed the World'
Political Corner with Juan Williams
Cicely Tyson's Remarkable Career
A Conversation with Cicely Tyson, Part 2
African-American Corporate Directors
Washington Street Missionary Baptist Church
Donald Bogle, 'Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams'
King Memorial Center Reportedly in Need of Repair
Roundtable: Immigration Quotas, Eminent Domain
New Look for 'Savoy' Magazine's Relaunch
Jazz Memorabilia Auction in New York City
Stokely Carmichael's Mixed Civil Rights Legacy
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