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  • Remembering Lee Elder, first Black golfer to compete at the Masters

    02:04
  • Josephine Baker becomes first Black woman honored at France’s Pantheon

    02:55
  • How 1 youth organization is empowering kids and their community

    04:05
  • Family of Charleston shooting victim responds to settlement news

    06:20
  • Minnesota Vikings take on social justice work in Minneapolis

    04:00
  • Former police chief reconciles being 'Black in Blue' in new book

    05:02
  • Black high school principal in Texas accused of promoting critical race theory

    02:43
  • NFL targets ‘race norming’ in new agreement for concussion claims

    02:51
  • Ahmaud Arbery murder trial begins this week

    02:37
  • Michael Jordan talks about Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR victory and his own legacy

    05:38
  • ‘Queen Sugar’ star Kofi Siriboe reflects on how his character has grown over 6 seasons

    02:32
  • ‘Queen Sugar’ star Kofi Siriboe says show’s secret sauce is being human

    04:21
  • Musician reveals how playing tuba took him from streets to symphony stage

    04:17
  • Cynt Marshall, 1st Black woman CEO in NBA, talks to Hoda Kotb

    02:00
  • San Francisco 49ers work to help communities of color through mentorship

    03:51
  • Students in Texas respond to debates over critical race theory in their school

    05:05
  • Tacoma couple’s art collection reveals untold stories of Black history

    05:15
  • New Orleans football coach works to keep kids in his community safe

    05:19
  • Sentenced to life in prison at 13, he wrote a book about redemption

    05:38
  • Freedom Rider, 78, talks about his fight for equal rights

    04:41

Urologic oncologist focuses research on prostate cancer in Black men

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Urologic oncologist Dr. Isaac Powell sits down with TODAY’s Al Roker to discuss his research into why Black men are more likely to be diagnosed with and die from prostate cancer. He talks about distrust in the health care system, how Black men are affected by the disease, and the need for more research like his.