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'The End Of Anger' In The Black Middle Class
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Margaret Cho Breaks Barriers In World Of Comedy
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The Barrieres gathered on a Sunday in early April to celebrate Gabrielle Barriere's third birthday. Alex Kellogg/NPR hide caption

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More Blacks Calling South Home Again
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Quanah Parker was the last chief of the Comanches — and the son of Cynthia Ann Parker, who was captured as a child by the Comanches. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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The Rise And Fall Of The Comanche 'Empire'
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Cecilee Moses wanted to prove she could coach, but also to inspire her children and other Native Americans. Hock Films hide caption

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Mother, Daughter Prove Themselves 'Off The Rez'
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Workers assemble Volkswagen Golf 6 cars at the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen and other German automakers are among those driving Germany's economic boom. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Wanted: Foreign Workers For Germany's Job Boom
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The Parenting Dilemmas Of Transracial Adoption
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The University of Cape Town is open about its admission standards: Admission cutoffs are listed by race in the university's prospectus. The university's vice chancellor says the policy reflects the fact that black students in South Africa are still highly disadvantaged. barbourians/flickr hide caption

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Inequalities Complicate S. Africa College Admissions
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Freedom Rider Mae Frances Moultrie Howard stands by a burning Greyhound bus in Anniston, Ala. on May 14, 1961. Federal Bureau Of Investigation hide caption

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Remembering The 'Freedom Riders,' 50 Years Later
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Wal-Mart's ad campaign in Mandarin emphasizes family as an important theme. In this moment from one of the ads, mother and daughter talk about the value Wal-Mart adds to their household. Wal-Mart hide caption

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Corporate America Takes On Multilingual PR
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