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The Longest Struggle: The History of the NAACP

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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was born “in a little room” in a New York apartment in 1909. It was conceived, however, in the adversity of racism, in the “deplorable conditions”...

Should Blacks Separate from the U.S.?

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A 1980s discussion on a referendum for Blacks to separate from the United States. Guest: Herman Gilbert, author of "The Negotiations." (634)

Black College Day — What Does Integration Mean?

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Black College Day Celebration Guests: Rev. Benjamin Hooks, Dr. Andrew Billingsly and Dr. Herbert Reed (632)

A LEAD-ing Chance

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The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program at Wharton engages youth of diverse backgrounds in the world of business. Founded at Wharton in 1980 by Harold Haskins and Bill Whitney. Guest: William Elliott, ...

Their Feet Hurt

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Norfolk Virginia public school system (628)

Mrs. Norman, We Love You

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Education at its best ( 631) Guest: Mrs. Ruth Stephenson Norman

Politics: New Black Power? — Part 1

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1984 program examines politics and Black America Guests: Rev. Joseph Lowery and Joseph Madison (624)

Politics: New Black Power? — Part 2

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1984 program examines politics and Black America Guest: Rev. Benjamin Hooks   (625)

Was Jesus A Radical?

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Dr. Obery Hendricks, Jr., a professor of Biblical Interpretation at the New York Theological Seminary, discusses his book, “The Politics of Jesus,” and provides a more radical interpretation of Jesus’ teachings.   292...

An A+ Principal

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The nation’s school dropout crisis, especially among Black, urban and low-income students, has been dealt a setback at the Baltimore Talent Development High School. Principal Jeffrey Robinson talks about how hard work...

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