The Tavis Smiley Show The Tavis Smiley Show ended on December 16, 2004. On many stations, it was replaced by NPR News with Tony Cox. For more information about this transition, you may read the statement from NPR and the African American Public Radio Consortium.
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J.C. Watts: Porter Goss the Right Choice for CIA
Builders Look to Immigrants to Sustain Housing Boom
Steven Ivory: My Homeless Friend
'Every Mother's Son': Stories of Sons Killed by Police
Ads Aimed at Black Voters Criticize Kerry
A Black Man in Orange County
Chavez Survives Recall Vote
Patti LaBelle: 'Timeless Journey'
Reporters' Roundtable: Gay Marriage, Blacks Run for Senate
Reality Show 'American Candidate' Takes On Politics
Venezuelans to Vote on Ousting Chavez
Legal Thinking Behind Gay Marriage Anullments
Jeff Obafemi Carr: Confessions of a Political Junkie
Friday Comedy: Michael Colyar
An Update on Sierra Leone's War Crimes Tribunal
Eller Focuses on Politics in NFL Hall of Fame Speech
Michael Eric Dyson: Democrats and Rev. Jackson
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: Internet Dating
Janus Adams: Why We Need Wings
Geri Allen: 'The Life of a Song'
Bringing Foreign Election Monitors to the U.S.
A Look at Hotly Contested Senate Races
Cornel West: Chekhov's Legacy
Dr. Ian Smith: Blacks and Genetic Links to Alcoholism
Joseph C. Phillips: The Bumpy Road to Wedded Bliss
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