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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.
Spelman College Marks a Milestone
Roundtable: Historically Black Colleges, Global Warming
Gay Adoption of Black Children Raises Concerns
Halloween Treats: 'Blacula' and Other Horror Classics
L.A. Shelter Helps Women Recover from Abuse
How Can Women Escape Cycle of Domestic Violence?
Roundtable: Mideast Women Under Attack, Dems Court Blacks
Reality TV's 'Flavor' Leaves Bad Taste
The High Drama of 'Hair Trauma'
Film Looks at Lives of Black Punks
Calif. Voters Weigh Eminent Domain Ballot Proposal
Examining the Debate over Eminent Domain
Roundtable: Same-Sex Marriage, Single-Sex Classes
A Short History of Saving Time
New History Is More Than Skin Deep
George Benson and Al Jarreau Collaborate
Togo West: Iraq War 'Unhealthy' to U.S. Military
Roundtable: Midterm Political Ads
Pelosi: La. Congressman Should Resign
Novelist Lisa Teasley's 'Heat Signature'
Film Is Behind-the-Scenes Look at Fair Trade Coffee
Is Fair Trade Coffee Worth the Extra Cash?
Roundtable: New Course in Iraq, Race and the Masons
Living in the Present Means Taking Focus off Past
New Film Honors Late Musician Lalo Guerrero
Reporter Is First from Black Press Embedded in Iraq
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