Step Contest Results Puts Race In The Spotlight

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Black Women Evicted At Higher Rates

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Henry Louis Gates Uncovers 'Faces Of America'

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'The Life, The Legend' Of Baseballer Willie Mays

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Black Writers: Where Is The Love, Communication?

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An image of an Atlanta billboard with a caption that reads "Black Children Are An Endangered Species." TheRadianceFoundation.org hide caption

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Ga. Billboards Spark Debate Over Abortion And Race

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First Nation aboriginals perform for International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge as he tours the Olympic Village in Vancouver this week. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympics Met With Mixed Emotions By First Nations

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Two Editors Complete Author Ralph Ellison's Final Work

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Do Recent Unemployment Numbers Accurately Represent Minorities?

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John Rich is a professor at Drexel University School of Public Health. He was awarded a MacArthur Foundation "genius" fellowship in 2006. Courtesy of Dr. John Rich hide caption

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Doctor Works To Get Young Men Out Of 'Wrong Place'

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Hidden In Old Home Deeds, A Segregationist Past

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40 Years Of 'Peace, Love And Sooouul'

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Asian-American Ivy Leaguer Has Tall Hoop Dreams

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Hair Combing Routine A Meaningful Mother-Daughter Ritual

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The four original participants in the Woolworth's lunch counter sit-in walk down the street after leaving the lunch counter on Feb. 1, 1960. The Woolworth's sit-ins continued for months and inspired sit-ins across the country, which helped change public opinion and led to the end of segregation. Jack Moebes/Corbis hide caption

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Fifty Years Later, N.C. Sit-In Site Becomes Museum

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