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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.
Schools and Segregation, 50 Years After 'Brown 2'
Roundtable: Africa, Iraq Offensive, FMLA
Poet's Moment: Sharan Strange, 'Offering'
Oscar Brown Jr. Used Music to Attack Racism
50th Anniversary of Second 'Brown v. Bd. of Education'
The Dears: 'No Cities Left'
Voice of the People: Memorial Day at Dillard's BBQ
A Historical Perspective of Memorial Day
Camping Out, Debunking Myths
Roundtable: Soldiers Reflect
Group Raising Money for Black Patriots Memorial
The Year After 'Brown v. Board of Education'
The Lasting Impact of Dizzy Gillespie
NIH Tested AIDS Drugs on Foster Children
Roundtable: Veterans Sue Rumsfeld, 'Moral Retards'
What 'Newsweek' Got Right Even More Disturbing
Black Tobacco Farmers and Government Buyback
Gladys Knight Celebrates 61st Birthday
Nelly on Acting, Rapping and 'The Longest Yard'
The Relevance of Modern U.S. Black Leadership
Roundtable: Alphonse Fletcher Fellows
Lionel Tate Back in Jail on Holdup Charge
Michael Jackson Trial Update: Prosecution Rebuttal
Political Corner with Juan Williams
Arson Suspect Admits Racism Sparked Md. Fires
Celebrating Miles Davis on his Birthday
Stem Cell Research Bill Faces Potential Veto
Understanding the Stem Cell Research Bill
Roundtable: Filibuster, Anonymous Sources
An Ode to My Companion, the Radio
John Leland: 'Hip: The History'
Poetry Corner: Dasan Ahanu, 'Brown Bag Daddy'
'Wilt, 1962': A Basketball Legend's Record Game
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