New Discoveries In Black History New scholarship has emerged in recent decades that tells a larger story about black people in America. For Black History Month 2010, NPR's Tell Me More brings listeners "new" news about black history — on the radio and online. (Reported by Michel Martin, produced by Lorrie Grant)

Northeast Politics Once A Tangled Web For Black Candidates

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Mississippi Spies Sought To Uphold Segregation

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How 'Communism' Brought Racial Equality To The South

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Slave Marriages, Families Were Often Shattered By Auction Block

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Husband And Wife Duo Paved The Way For Blacks In Diplomacy

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More College Students Choosing To Major In Black Studies

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