Black jazz legends were sent abroad as part of a State Department diplomatic push even while segregation continued back home.
Before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin.
During gnashing of teeth over the stimulus bill, a Thomas Merton-inspired House reflection group was holding hands and taking its weekly step back to reconcile personal conviction and political reality.
All the adventures of Curious George in one spot, Robbert Bobbert's lastest infectious beat, a Carly and Lucy Simon classic reissued, and more.
Those who knew Martin Luther King, Jr., including his son, contribute firsthand accounts to a documentary about his life.
A statistical snapshot of black progress in areas from education to home ownership.