A recent study on data from a dating app found all women except black women were most drawn to white men, and men of all races (with one notable exception) prefer Asian women. iStockphoto hide caption

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New Pilot Program Gives Immigrant Detainees Public Defenders
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A Day In The Life: Blacks At The Cutting Edge Of Innovation
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Music Is Motivation For Olympian John Carlos
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Melanie Vanderlipe Ramil with her grandmother, who taught her to make the Filipino dish lumpia, in 2009. Courtesy of Melanie Vanderlipe Ramil hide caption

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After Years Of Pasta, Rice Returns To A Filipino Family Kitchen
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Trove Of Artifacts Trumpets African-American Triumphs
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End-Of-Life Conversations Not Easy, But Necessary
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Nine out of 10 workers on the transcontinental railroad were Chinese. These indentured laborers, derogatorily called "coolies," became a prime target for criticism in the mid-19th century. Joseph Becker/Library of Congress hide caption

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What Do We Mean When We Talk About 'Latino Art'?
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New Book Tries to Capture 'The Black Experience'
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The Rev. T.J. Jemison escorts Mary Briscoe (left) and Sandra Ann Jones from jail in Baton Rouge, La., on April 4, 1960. The two had been in jail as a result of lunch counter sit-ins. AP hide caption

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Rev. T.J. Jemison Remembered As Civil Rights Movement Pioneer
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Lady Bird Johnson (left), Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and President John F. Kennedy sit during the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at the Hotel Texas. JFK Library hide caption

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