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Tell Me More for December 30, 2011

Tell Me More for December 29, 2011

Sounds of Blackness founder Gary Hines (left) and vocalist Jamecia Bennett, perform with the Howard University Gospel Choir at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Sounds Of Blackness: Songs Of Hope In Hard Times

Sounds Of Blackness: Songs Of Hope In Hard Times

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Tell Me More for December 28, 2011

Alike (Adepero Oduye) navigates her complex relationships at school and at home in the new film Pariah. Focus Features hide caption

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A Gay Black Teen Learns How To Be In 'Pariah'

A Gay Black Teen Learns How To Be In 'Pariah'

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Tell Me More for December 27, 2011

Tell Me More for December 26, 2011

Same-sex couple Joseph and Jim pose for a photo as they wait to be officially married at the Manhattan City Clerk's Office on July 24, 2011, the first day gay couples were allowed to legally marry in New York. Getty Images hide caption

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A Good Year For Gay And Lesbian Rights

A Good Year For Gay And Lesbian Rights

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Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" was huge this year. Howard Huang/Courtesy of Universal Motown hide caption

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It Was A Good Year For Women In Music

It Was A Good Year For Women In Music

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