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Rep. Keith Ellison Wonders Why 'People Care' About His Muslim Faith

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Will President's Initiative Be A 'Game-Changer' For Young Men Of Color?

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Cheryl Boone Isaacs is the first black president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and only the third female president. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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New Academy President Pushes For More Diverse Voting Members

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Chokwe Lumumba: From 'Radical' To 'Revolutionary'

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Community Colleges Missing The Mark For Men Of Color

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Obama To Launch Initiative To Help Young Black, Latino Men

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Chinese billionaire Xander Feng, played by Terry Chen, shakes hands with Francis Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, in Netflix's House of Cards. Nathaniel E. Bell/Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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To Play The Part, Actors Must Talk The Talk — In Chinese

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Minority Aspirants To Federal Bench Are Hindered By Underrating

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Buddy Esquire was a prolific handbill artist in hip-hop's early days in the South Bronx. He taught himself how to draw and different styles of lettering by checking out books from the local library — and his flyers are some of the only surviving documents from hip-hop's birth. Courtesy of Cornell University Hip Hop Collection hide caption

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Iconoclastic Musician Takes Measure Of His Life: 'I Became A Fighter'

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Asian-American Contestant, 'Villain' Of 'Jeopardy,' Set To Return

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