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.
Impact of Saddam's Arrest on Democrats
Plans for a Civil Rights Project at Berkeley
Is Public Education Failing Blacks?
Using Hip-Hop To Teach Math
S. Pearl Sharp: Must You Show Your Navel?
A Conversation with Jazz Singer Nnenna Freelon
School Drug Raid Sparks Protest, Draws Suits
David Protess of the Innocence Project
J.C. Watts Commentary: Delays in the 2004 Budget
Connie Rice Commentary: Trying Saddam
Commentary: Adventures in Internet Dating
An Interview with Timbalero Pete Escovedo
Impact of Saddam's Capture on Iraqi Citizens
'The Curse of Ham': Slavery and the Old Testament
Brooke Stephens on Finance: Charities and Taxes
NYC Coalition Fights to Halt Predatory Lending
A Conversation with Entertainer Oscar Brown Jr.
Campaign Finance Roundtable
Tavis Smiley Commentary: 'Pass the Mic' Tour
CDC Looks to Boost Flu Shots Among Minorities
One Hundred Documents that Shaped America
Friday Comedy: Maryum 'May May' Ali
Supreme Court 'Bush vs. Gore' Anniversary
'Bush vs. Gore's' Impact on Minority Voters
Michael Eric Dyson Commentary: 'Pass the Mic' Tour
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: When Tech and Sports Link Up
Letters to 'The Tavis Smiley Show'
Making Theme Music for TV Shows and Ad Jingles
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