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'Still Turning Heads' At Lunar New Year, An All-Female Lion Dance Troupe

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The Super Bowl: Looking Forward To The 'Spectacle'

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Indian Country Sets Priorities With State Of Nations Address

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Honoring A Japanese-American Who Fought Against Internment Camps

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Writer Attica Locke Cuts Deep With Latest Thriller

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Morrie Turner's Wee Pals was the first nationally syndicated comic strip by a black cartoonist. It was first published in 1965. Morrie Turner/Courtesy of Creators Syndicate hide caption

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Morrie Turner, 1923-2014: Drawing Gentle Lessons In Tolerance

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'Dear White People' A Hit At Sundance

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Slave auction in New Orleans, 1842, "Sale of Estates, Pictures and Slaves in the Rotunda, New Orleans." The nation's most active slave market was in New Orleans. Slaves who had been "sold down the river" were auctioned off to plantation owners. Encyclopaedia Britannica/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Growing Up 'White,' Transracial Adoptee Learned To Be Black

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Raised In The U.S. And Coming Out To Immigrant Parents

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