The Tavis Smiley Show The Tavis Smiley Show ended on December 16, 2004. On many stations, it was replaced by NPR News with Tony Cox. For more information about this transition, you may read the statement from NPR and the African American Public Radio Consortium.
Cotton Magnate J.G. Boswell, 'The King of California'
Sharp Rise in HIV Rate Among North Carolina Youth
Mieasha Hicks, 'National Youth of the Year'
After the Fires, Tallying the Damage in California
Friday Comedy: Earthquake
Digital Gap Among Minority Children
Alice Jackson Stuart's Papers Donated to UVA
Mental Illness in U.S. Prisons
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: Addictive 'Social Software'
Letters to The Tavis Smiley Show
Bank of America-Fleet Boston Merger
'Aquavit and the New Scandinavian Cuisine'
'The Soft Cage' and the Patriot Act
Commentary: Danger in Iraq, Gang Shootings at Home
Commentary: School Reform and the 'Houston Plan'
James McBride Named to Arts Council
FBI Report: Crime Rate Down in U.S.
Toni Blackman, 'Hip-Hop Ambassador'
Ramadan Marred by Violence in Iraq
African Heritage and Breast Cancer
Francis Bok's Escape from Slavery in the Sudan
Sammy Davis Jr., 'In Black and White'
Debate Over Lifting Cuba Travel Ban
Welfare Reform and 'The Shirt Off Our Back Day'
Brooke Stephens on Finance: Save $100 Monthly
Commentary: Am I Hip Enough for My Young Son?
Neo-Soul Singer Musiq Back with 'Soulstar'
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