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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.
Attorney-Activist Sues N.Y. for Alleged Exam Bias
Roundtable: U.K. Race Profiling, U.S. Terrorism Fatwa
Bloggers Gain Attention for Missing Woman
Atlanta Threatens Evictions for Unemployed
Poety Moment: Sharan Strange, 'Sight'
Jazz Guitarist Tim Bowman: 'This is What I Hear'
Author Terry McMillan, Interrupted by Life
Roundtable: Iraq Withdrawal, Karen Hughes, Payola
Putting NASA's Budget in Earthly Terms
Politics with Juan Williams: AFL-CIO Splinters, Roberts
Mint Condition: 'Livin' the Luxury Brown'
Baquet Takes Top Job at 'Los Angeles Times'
Roundtable: Darfur, Fatal Heat, 'Ghetto' Talent
Skateboarder Jeron Wilson
'Why White Kids Love Hip Hop'
Babyface, 'Grown And Sexy'
Teamsters, SEIU Split from AFL-CIO: Part 1
Teamsters, SEIU Split from AFL-CIO: Part 2
Roundtable: Blacks in Mexico, 'Burn, Baby, Burn'
The Merits of a Blue-Collar Education
Audio Portrait: The Negro Leagues
Brian Culbertson, Cooking Up Smooth Jazz
Eugene Record, Lead Singer for the Chi-Lites
Roundtable: Egypt Terrorism Attacks, AFL-CIO Troubles
Bruce Dixon: The Ten Worst Places to Be Black
Greyhound Eliminates Hundreds of Stops
Teaching a Daughter to Drive
Vivian Green on Self-Titled New CD
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