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Toyota Steers Ads To Bring In More Minority Buyers

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Chicano Movement's Denver Roots Run Deep

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Author Tells Black Women: Marry "Out" Not "Down"

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Closing Digital Divide, Expanding Digital Literacy

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US' Oldest Hispanic Rights Group Focuses On Immigration

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Talking About The Things That Make Us Different

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Economic Prospects Pull Blacks From North To South

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'That's Racist!' How A Serious Accusation Became A Commonplace Quip

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Time To 'Redefine' Media Portrayals Of Black Women

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Helping Black Men Raise Failing Grades

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DC Boasts US' Largest Exhibit On Blacks In Civil War

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A Mixed Race Take On What It Means To Be 'Free'

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Laz Alonso (left) and Paula Patton star as a bride and groom from opposite ends of the socioeconomic spectrum in Jumping the Broom. The film grossed $36 million during its U.S. run in May. Jonathan Wenk/TriStar Pictures hide caption

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Minorities At The Movies Fill Seats, But Not Screens

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Negro Leagues Players Honored With Gravestones

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In Memory Of MaSisulu, The Rock Of South Africa

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