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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.
Romney, McCain Defend Records at GOP Debate
Efforts in Five States Target Affirmative Action
Creating a Coalition in Defense of Affirmative Action
A Look at the Price Paid to Desegregate Schools
Giants, Patriots Square Off in Super Bowl
Responding to Your Letters
Florida Crowns McCain King; What's Next?
Waters Cites 'Proposals' in Clinton Backing
Politics Wrap-Up: Edwards Exits Race
Power of Political Endorsements Evident in Web Search
Bloggers' Roundtable: WWJD About BET?
Was Jim of 'Huckleberry Finn' a Hero?
Bush Talks Iraq, Economy in Final State of the Union
Kenyan Lawmaker's Killing Sparks New Violence
Africa Update: More Funding for Africa AIDS Fight
McCall Tells Gentrification Tale in 'Them'
StoryCorps Griot: Friendship Grown by Quilting
The 'Love Behind' DeVaughn's Big Break
After S.C., Candidates Eye Fla., Super Tuesday
Political Wrap-Up: Obama Taking JFK Mantle?
Assessing Bush Economic Stimulus Package
Bloggers' Roundtable: Kilpatrick's Text Scandal
S.C. Hotspot Offers Plenty of Southern Soul
Clinton: Focus on Best Candidate, Not Race, Gender
Politics Wrap-Up: D-Day in South Carolina
Edwards Says He's 'In It for the Long Haul'
Politics Wrap-Up: Does Edwards Have a Chance?
Reporters' Roundtable: Equal Coverage Conundrum
Celebrities Elevating Candidates' Profiles
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