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News & Notes shines a light on some of the most important topics and concerns of interest to African Americans today. The program offers unique insights and illuminating observations on the day's news and trends for all NPR listeners.
The Legacy of Coretta Scott King
Roundtable: King's Widow Dies, Rice Rejects Hamas
Bush's State of Our Union
Sen. Ted Kennedy on Alito, Failed Filibuster
Sen. Brownback on Alito's Nomination
Study: Increased Risks for Black Smokers
A Doctor's 18-Year Struggle to Quit Smoking
Roundtable: Media Dangers in Iraq, Cochran Elementary
A Hip-Hop Backlash Against 'Snitching'
A 'Mocha Manual' for Pregnant Women
'White Money' and Black Studies Departments
Study Says U.S. Troops are Stretched Thin
Roundtable: Bush on Palestinian Elections, Kanye West
Cell Phone Calls and Privacy
Bills Aim for Increased Accountability to Poor
Roundtable: Gulf Coast Aid, Kanye West as Jesus
Dancer-Choreographer Fayard Nicholas
Political Corner: Whites with Black Running Mates
Nia Long Goes Back to 'Big Momma's House'
Making a Living Wage in Los Angeles
The Living Wage: A Hand Up, or Bad for Business?
Roundtable: 'Other' Ethnic Choices, WB-UPN Merger
'Brokeback Mountain': It's the Subjects, Not the Story
Fighting Racism to Find Work in Colombia
Sharan Strange: 'Words During War'
Good Advice from the 'Bad Driver's Handbook'
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