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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.
Don Powell on the Federal Goverment and Katrina
Major Damage, Low Media Profiles
Roundtable: Obama on Kenya; H.S. Football Recruiting
Single Mom Back in New Orleans, Still Battling
Recapping Bush's Visit to New Orleans
A Conversation with Rep. Nancy Pelosi
Roundtable: Slavery in Delaware; Heckling Annan
The Benefits of Three-Point Etiquette
'Jazz Life': Images of a Golden Era of Music
New Homes for a City's Musical Heart and Soul
A Conversation with Mayor Ray Nagin
Roundtable: Nagin, Bush and New Orleans
Laying Blame for New Orleans' Slow Recovery
'It Takes a Nation' to Survive a Storm
Searching for Hope on a Street Named Desire
Connick's Latest Hymn to New Orleans
Reporter's Notebook: Rebuilding New Orleans
'Picayune' Editor on New Orleans Recovery
Roundtable: Politics and Automakers, Black Dads at School
Charles Barkley for Governor?
Louisiana Doctor Sees Post-Katrina Crisis
On Katrina Anniversary, Examining a Fear of Water
Violence Tests Congo's Efforts at Democracy
How Should the U.S. Respond to Congo's Troubles?
Roundtable: Nagin; Teams of Color; Times Film Projects
Castro: A Friend to Americans of Color?
Wayans Brothers Aim 'Thugaboo' at Hip-Hop Kids
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