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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.
In-State Tuition for Immigrants Prompts Lawsuit
Tuition Help for Undocumented Immigrants Debated
Roundtable: Baghdad Attacks, Controversial Clothing
Hall of Fame Announces Negro League Inductees
Carnival Culture from Around the World on Display
Mardi Gras Indians Trace Roots to Slaves
Maryland Requires Retailers to Boost Health Care
Wal-Mart's Success Tied to Low Health-Care Costs
Roundtable: The First Post-Katrina Mardi Gras
Bucking Stereotypes, Olympian Meets Controversy
Helpful Tips for the Bedroom
Miri Ben-Ari: The Hip-Hop Violinist
Sci-Fi Author Octavia Butler Dies at 58
Gauging U.S. Efforts to Fight AIDS in Africa
Africa Update: Uganda Vote, Bird Flu in Nigeria
Roundtable: Shiite Shrine Bombing, NCAA Lawsuit
Carnival Kicks Off in New Orleans
Encyclopedia Surveys World of Hip Hop
Study: Voting Rights Violations Still a Problem
Roundtable: Aristide, Foreclosures, Port Debate
Du Bois, Still Relevant in the 21st Century
Political Corner: Mid-Term Election Preview
Samba School Brings a Little Brazil to L.A.
Taking the Reigns at 'Black Enterprise'
Improve Your Children's Financial Future
Roundtable: Iraqi Media Policy, Malcolm X
New Orleans Student Found Refuge in Rhode Island
Podcasting's Popularity Explained
Black Burial Site Paved Over in Portsmouth, N.H.
Poetry Reading: 'Blood of Rwanda'
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