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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.
Conditions Worsening on Gulf Coast
New Orleans Ordered Evacuated
Survivors Tell Their Stories of Hurricane Katrina
Widespread Looting in Hurricane's Wake
Roundtable: Katrina, Buchanan's Call for Impeachment
Back-to-School Advice for Parents
Christopher John Farley: 'Kingston by Starlight'
Black Comic Book Superheroes
Picking Up the Pieces after Hurricane Katrina
Historically Black Colleges Still Struggling
Roundtable: Death Row Appeals, CIA Discipline
Honoring the Founder of 'Jet' and 'Ebony'
'Essence' Founder Clarence Smith, Part 2
Gospel Singer Yolanda Adams, 'Day by Day'
Hurricane Katrina Makes Landfall on Louisiana Coast
'Essence' Founder Clarence Smith, Part 1
Roundtable: Military School Abuse, False Terror ID
Promise, Fears in Revitalizing Downtown L.A.
Pursuing Evidence in the Till Case, 50 Years Later
Getting the News of Emmett Till's Death
'Emmett Till': A Poem of Sorrow, and Hope
Border Crisis in New Mexico
Illegal Immigration's Impact on the U.S. Economy
Roundtable: Border Crisis, Obesity Insult
Teen Rapper Ordered Readmitted to School
Bringing 'Barbershop' to the Small Screen
Actor Morris Chestnut: From 'Urban' to Action
An L.A. Business Struggles with High Gas Prices
High Prices at the Pump: Is Relief on the Way?
Roundtable: Fuel Costs, Iran's Nuclear Program
Don't Forget About Jailed Reporter Judith Miller
Political Corner: GOP Outreach, Iraq Boosterism
Ice-T Looks Back at 'New Jack City'
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