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South African AIDS Activist Zackie Achmat
Patriot Act and Expanded Justice Dept. Powers
SESAC and Online Music File Sharing
'P Diddy' Runs for the Money, and Kids
Friday Comedy: Jonathan Slocumb
Dean's Decision and Campaign Finance Reform
'Breathing Space': Lessons of Faith from the South Bronx
Michael Eric Dyson: Older Than Marvin Gaye
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: Mobile Phones Get Smaller
Letters to 'The Tavis Smiley Show'
Jeff Bradshaw Gets 'Bone Deep'
High Court to Consider Rights of Gitmo Detainees
'The Roaring Nineties' and the Clinton Economy
Cornel West Commentary: Prison-Industrial Complex
Connie Rice: When Race No Longer Matters
'How to Create Your Own African American Library'
Veterans Day and the Occupation of Iraq
Cold and Flu Season Facts and Myths
J.C. Watts Commentary: U.S. Trade with Africa
Getting African American Kids to Love Reading
Commentary: Is Justice Brown Mainstream?
'Dream Me Home Safely': The CDF at 30
Bush Administration Report Card
Groups Push to Curb Psychiatric Drugs for Kids
Brooke Stephens on Finance: Year-End Tax Checklist
S. Pearl Sharp: Classism in U.S. Black Community
Irvin Mayfield's 'Strange Fruit' Opus
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