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.
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Michael Eric Dyson: Sports and Race
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Michael Goodwin: Diversity In the Executive Branch
The 'Constant Star' of Activist Ida B. Wells
Democrats Plan Tough Questions for Condi Rice
Cleveland: A 'New American City' in Transition
Cornel West: Rice Replaces Powell at State Dept.
Dr. Ian Smith: Race-Specific Drugs
Third-Party Candidates Seek Ohio Vote Recount
Joe Sample Goes Solo with 'Soul Shadows'
Examining Powell's Tenure as Secretary of State
Perilous Life for Teens 'Out on Their Own'
J.C. Watts: Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State
Connie Rice: Top 10 Election Myths to Get Rid Of
Janus Adams: My Daughter Becomes a Woman
Emeline Michel, the 'Queen of Haitian Song'
Jailed U.S. Journalists and Freedom of the Press
The Winning Writing Style of The 9/11 Report
'1,001 Smartest Things Ever Said'
George Johnson on Sports: NFL Week 10 Action
Meri Danquah: Feeling the Heat of Ivory Coast Violence
Two-Year Anniversary for 'VIBE' Music Awards
Reporters' Roundtable: Arafat Funeral, Ashcroft Resigns
Gertrude Mongela, Africa's Highest-Ranking Woman
Off the Front Page, Haiti Still Suffering
Organ Donation and the African-American Community
Does Textbook Downplay U.S. Black History?
Friday Comedy: Alonzo Bodden
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