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The State of Indigenous People, Part II: A World Power
African-American Film Composers
Howard 'H' White, 'Believe to Achieve'
Friday Comedy: Damon Williams
Howard Zinn and the Omissions of U.S. History
The State of Indigenous People, Part I: American Indians
Michael Eric Dyson Commentary: Thanksgiving to Me
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: Tech for the Holidays
Letters to 'The Tavis Smiley Show'
Kindred the Family Soul: 'Surrender to Love'
Gephardt Touts Growth, Universal Health Care Plans
National American Indian Heritage Month
Cornel West Commentary: The Plays of Eugene O'Neill
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U.S. Consumer Spending Projected to Rise
Calvin Richardson: Smooth Soul at '2:35 PM'
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'Conde' Nast Traveler' Top 10 Destinations
J.C. Watts Commentary: What to be Thankful for in Iraq
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's 'Buffalo Soldiers' Collection
Commentary: Our Children on Thanksgiving
Music Industry Headlines with Steven Ivory
Congress Battles Over Medicare, Energy Bills
'Alienable Rights': Excluded from White Man's Land
Brooke Stephens on Finance: Black Friday
George Johnson on Sports: Baseball and Steroids
Commentary: The Lure of Sports to Children
Ayanna Gregory's 'Beautiful Flower'
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