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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.
Boycott Hopes to Highlight Immigrant Power
Immigrant Movement Could Lose with Boycott
'Phat Girlz' Director Discusses Her Movie's 'Positive Message'
Roundtable: Black Films and Soldiers with Bills
With a Name Like D'Brickashaw...
Celebrating the Pentecostal Movement's Anniversary
Angela Bassett and 'Akeelah and the Bee'
What the United States Can Do to End the Crisis in Sudan
Violence in Sudan Spilling into Neighboring Countries
Roundtable: Rice, Rumsfeld in Iraq, 'United 93'
New Orleans Race and a New White House Voice
Rosie Perez' U.S.-Puerto Rico Documentary
Blacks Face Challenges as Boomers Turn 60
Roundtable: Immigration and the Civil Rights Movement
Looking Back at the 'Change Agent' Generation
Immigration Activists Court African Americans
Week 6: Strip Moves, Pole Dancing for Fitness
Human Rights Groups Warn of Race-Related Attacks in Russia
Understanding Race Relations in Russia and Europe
Roundtable: Bin Laden and Blacks, Jihad in Darfur
A McKinney Indictment is Unnecessary
A Struggle to Handle 'No Child' Testing Mandates
'In the Spirit' with Gospel/R&B Singer Ann Nesby
NAACP Threatens Suit Over Omaha Redistricting
New Orleans Election Recap: Nagin, Landrieu Run-Off
Roundtable: New Orleans Vote, Taxing Big Oil
Judas Just the Latest to Get Historical Makeover
Atlanta Officials Embrace Hip-Hop
CSI's Hill Harper: 'Letters to a Young Brother'
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