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Protests Erupt After Black Man Shot by Police in Minneapolis
Witnesses say Jamar Clark was shot while handcuffed....


Chicago Police Probe Announced; No Charges in 2nd Shooting
A Chicago police officer will not be charged in the shooting of a 25-year-old black man who authori...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 3, 1949
WERD, the nation's first Black-owned radio station, opened in Atlanta, on Oct. 3, 1949....


This Day in Black History: June 25, 2009
Michael Jackson, the “King of Pop,” died at age 50 on June 25, 2009....


Obama Goes from Interviewee to Interviewer for StoryCorps
The president spoke with a Black Maryland high school senior for an oral history project....


The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Will Be Added to the Library of Congress
The R&B star's award-winning debut will be inducted with 24 other classic albums....


In New York City, a Brewing Fight Over Charter Schools
New York City's mayor and the state's governor are in a public skirmish about charter schools....


Abu-Jamal's Commencement Speech Prompts Victims' Rights Bill
The Pennsylvania legislative proposal advanced out of a House committee on Monday, the day after Mu...


This Day in Black History: July 2, 1964
President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law....


Wayne K. Brown, Longtime Radio Executive, Is Laid to Rest
Wayne K. Brown, a longtime radio executive, is remembered as a pioneer....


The Party's Over: Black Voters Must Turn Out for Themselves
The time has come for African-Americans to vote for their own interests....


Obama Targets His Campaign Message to Core Voters
President Obama tries to rally young Black voters to the polls....


Study: D.C. Public Schools Have the Largest Achievement Gap
According to a 2011 federal education study, the gap between Black and white students in D.C. is tw...


Sculpture Honoring Ida B. Wells to Be Built in Chicago
To mark the 150th anniversary of Ida B. Wells' birth in 2012, an effort is under way to build a scu...


NPR chief sorry over handling of Williams' firing
NPR's chief executive says she's sorry for how analyst Juan Williams' dismissal was handled - but n...


Gone from NPR, Williams Begins Bigger Role on Fox
Gone from NPR | Williams Begins Bigger Role on Fox...


NPR Executive Resigns Over Hidden Camera Video
A hidden-camera video of an NPR executive calling the tea party racist and saying the network would...


Ellis Cose
Ellis Cose bio....


Scandal Wins Peabody Award
Orange Is the New Black, Key & Peele also awarded....


Brazil President to Hold Emergency Meeting Over Worsening Protests
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will hold an emergency cabinet meeting to address the growing pr...

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