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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.
Studies: More Funding Needed for Education Act
Roundtable: Morning-After Pills, Wilbert Rideau
Letters: Roundtable Feedback, Blind Boys of Alabama
Political Corner: Ron Walters and Tara Wall
Philosophical Tales from Author Charles Johnson
Attorney Johnnie Cochran Remembered
Roundtable: F-16 Sales to Pakistan, Title IX Ruling
Zimbabwe Prepares to Go to the Polls
Analysts Debate the Future of Zimbabwe
Queen Latifah Holds Court at the 'Beauty Shop'
Red Lake Shootings Highlight Grim Life on Reservations
Roundtable: Asylum in Canada, Income Gains for Black Women
Indonesian Earthquake Toll Reaches 1,000
Composer and Musician George Duke
Woman Leads Muslim Prayer Service in NYC
The Role of Women in Islam
Roundtable: Bush Ratings, Church and Charter Schools
Spoken Word Artists Perform to a Growing Audience
'Guess Who?' Comedian Bernie Mac
John Legend: 'Get Lifted'
Louis Farrakhan and the Million Man March
Roundtable: Cable Access and Free Speech, Patriot Act
Rochester Targets Crime with Community Policing
Point-Counterpoint: The U.S. Exit Strategy from Iraq
An Ethnically Diverse 'Grey's Anatomy'
A Birthday Tribute to Aretha Franklin
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