A Salute To 'The Greatest': Muhammad Ali

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Airport Buskers Set Black History Month To Song

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Scrollworks offers music lessons and instruments for children, free of charge. Patrick Barry /State of the Re:Union hide caption

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Free Music Lessons Build A Priceless Community

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Chicago mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel poses with constituents at an "L" station in Chicago Tuesday. Paul Beaty/AP hide caption

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Rahm Emanuel's Rainbow Coalition

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Mine No. 13 at Red Mountain Park is one of the older red ore mines in Birmingham, Ranger Eric McFerrin says. Patrick Barry /State of the Re:Union hide caption

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Hiking The Mountain That Made Birmingham

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The Fisk University Jubilee Quartet in 1909, from left: Alfred G. King (first bass), James A. Myers (second tenor), Noah W. Ryder (second bass) and John W. Work II (first tenor). Courtesy of Doug Seroff hide caption

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At Fisk University, A Tradition Of Spirituals

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Jimi Hendrix: King Of The Electric Guitar

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Audience: Condoleezza Rice Is No Black History Hero

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Claude Brown: Telling The Harlem Story

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Walker and Company

The Supreme Court's Failure To Protect Blacks' Rights

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Zora Neale Hurston Captured Essence Of Blackness

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Mark Potok, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, said he was surprised to discover how much extremist groups had grown from 2009 to 2010. Jamie Martin/AP hide caption

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New Report: 'Higher Hate Group Count Than Ever'

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