Bulls' Joakim Noah on His Roots and 'Fela'

In today's link roundup: Noah talks about the award-winning production and his ancestry. Plus: Toni Morrison reads from new book.

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Bulls' Joakim Noah on his roots and Fela: Check out this video clip of the basketball player discussing the Broadway play as well as his own heritage.

Toni Morrison reads from new book: Essence has an audio clip of the award-winning author reading an excerpt, along with a review of Home.

Mike Will to work with Kanye West and Lil Wayne: The up-and-coming producer, who uses his signature moniker "Mike Will Made It" at the start of every song, announces new musical collaborations.

Taking Trayvon Martin's name in vain: Just when you thought the story surrounding this case couldn't get any sadder, BET reports on a student who is accused of using Trayvon's name like the new n-word."

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