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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.
HUD Secretary on Making Homes More Affordable
Roundtable: Katrina Housing; Governors at the White House
Nutritionist Offers Heart-Healthy Tips
Black History Is Sometimes a Conspicuous Omission
A Black History Month Pop Quiz
Study: Immigrant Entrepreneurs Boost Economy
Tech Growth Led to Success for Foreign-Born Entrepreneur
Roundtable: Sharpton and Thurmon; Rice on Obama
Remembering NBA's Dennis Johnson, NFL Combine
Reconsidering Black History Month
'Red River' Examines Reconstruction-Era Massacre
Will Detroit Speech Be Farrakhan's Farewell?
What's Next for the Nation of Islam?
Rabbi Offers View of Farrakhan Legacy
Roundtable: Farrakhan's Legacy; Grading the Oscars
Whitaker's Speech a Highlight of Oscar Night
A Resounding 'No' for 'Norbit'
A Short History of Black Comedy
Zimbabwe's Mugabe Curbs Political Activity
In Zimbabwe, Reporting a Dangerous Line of Work
Roundtable: Mass. Gov's Ride Criticized, Clinton and Obama
South Africa Update: Immigration and Fashion Sense
Teacher Reminded of Power to Dream
Black Oscars Come to an End
Cold Weather Forces More to Seek Energy Assistance
Energy Assistance Program Faces Cutbacks
Roundtable: U.N. Report on Iran, Military Hospital Care
What Lies Ahead for the Hispanic Caucus?
Secrets to Staying Healthy on the Road
Letters: Credit for Undocumented Workers, Bittersweet Valentine's
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