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.
Black WWII Veterans Reunite in Normandy
'We Were There': Profiles of African-American Vets
'Betraying the College Dream': Failing U.S. Students
Lisa Price: 'Success Never Smelled So Sweet'
Commentary: A 'Soul Food' Farewell
Re-Broadcast: Andy Bey's 'American Song'
Foster Care, Part 5: The State of the System
'Walking Ghosts': U.S. Policy Toward Colombia
Radio Host Laura Flanders: 'Bushwomen'
Mark Austin Thomas Commentary: The 'New Negro'
Friday Comedy: Todd Glass
Judge to Deadbeat Dads: Vasectomy or Jail
Foster Care, Part 4: Cross-Racial Adoptions
Michael Eric Dyson Commentary: Cosby's Comments
Tech Guru Omar Wasow: Wired Prisons
Letters to 'The Tavis Smiley Show'
Abenaa CD Debut 'Tuesday's Child'
Strategies Behind Political Advertising to Minorities
Foster Care, Part 3: Celebrities Lend a Hand
Cornel West Commentary: Cosby's Comments
The Truth About Credit Consolidation
Janus Adams Commentary: Education Fairness
Jazz Flutist Hubert Laws: 'Moondance'
Florida Voting and Ballot Issues
Foster Care, Part 2: Florida and Illinois
Antonio Gonzalez Commentary: The Minority Vote
HIV Infections Surging in U.S. Latino Community
Remembering Journalist Vernon Jarrett
'A Day Without a Mexican': A Latino Mocumentary
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