News & Notes From newsmaker interviews and spotlight profiles to feature stories and news coverage,
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.
African Americans Return to the New 'New South'
Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin's Success Story
Senate Candidate Mfume Confronts NAACP Charges
Roundtable: NAACP Controversy, Bush and Social Security
Poet's Moment: Sharan Strange, 'Childhood'
Marking Duke Ellington's 106th Birthday
A Vietnam Vet: In His Own Words
Jazz Violinist And Vietnam Vet Billy Bang
Food Services Firm Sodexho Settles Bias Case
British MP Breaks Racial Barrier
Roundtable: Handcuffed Child, Tom DeLay
Turning Off the Television
When Ali Declined to Be Drafted
ACLU Pioneer Murphy Stepping Down
A 'King's Ransom' for Anthony Anderson
Class-Action Suit Charges Sodexho with Race Bias
Understanding the Sodexho Race Bias Case
Is Threat of Domestic Terrorism on the Rise?
Roundtable: Rice's Trip to Latin America
Judicial Nominees, Filibusters and the Media
The Future of Radio and the iPod Generation
Who Is Jill Scott? Now She's a Poet, Too
Conservatives Decry 'Activist' Judges in U.S. Courts
Roundtable: Prison Crowding, Teen Alcohol Use, Seat Belts
Michael Jackson Turns to Black Community for Help
Hate Crimes On the Rise in Southern California
Pearl Cleage: 'Babylon Sisters'
Charles Barkley: 'Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?'
Roundtable: Cisneros, Stereotypes, Gay Couples and Foster Care
Pamela Williams: 'Sweet Saxations'
Poverty in America: Jackson Hamlet, N.C.
Africa Malaria Day: Working for Prevention, Cure
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