Black Basketball Pioneer Remembers A Barrier Broken

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Seven year-old Alice Liddell, photographed by Charles Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll/Metropolitan Museum of Art/AP hide caption

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Years Beyond The Rabbit Hole, 'Alice' Looks Back

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Over the course of her long career, Lucille Clifton received Pulitzer Prize nominations and a National Book Award. In 2007, she received the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize from the Poetry Foundation. She is pictured above in 2000. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Poet Lucille Clifton: 'Everything Is Connected'

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Put An EE On It

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Clinging To The Past And 'The Invisible World'

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Director Antoine Fuqua reviews a scene with Wesley Snipes on the set of Brooklyn's Finest. In the film, Snipes plays a drug dealer who doesn't know his prison buddy (Don Cheadle) is really an undercover cop. Phillip V. Caruso/SMPS hide caption

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Wesley Snipes In 'Brooklyn's Finest'

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'The Bear That Wasn't' A Laugh-Aloud Read For Kids

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Carla Hall says you can use creme fraiche in this panna cotta, or substitute a mixture of sour cream and heavy cream. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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Grapefruit-Mint Panna Cotta: A Taste of Spring

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Dangerous Duo: Tahar Rahim (left) plays an illiterate Arab who is coaxed into killing a fellow inmate by a Corsican gang leader. Niels Arestrup (right) plays his dangerous and violent "mentor." Roger Arpajou/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Behind Bars, Lessons In Life, Death And Freedom

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Johnny Cash: A Ghost Rider, Still Stirring Souls

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