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Musician extraordinaire Lionel Hampton died on August 31, 2002, at the age of 94. This program chronicles his legacy as a musician, statesman, humanitarian and close friend of the Bush family. Tony Brown also remember...
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June Cross is a tenured professor of journalism at Columbia University and author of Secret Daughter: A Mixed Race Daughter and the Mother Who Gave Her Away. She unfolds the painful but challenging story of having a ...
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This series on Malcolm X features the first televised interview with the only confessed killer of Malcolm X. In 1981, in an intimate talk with Tony Brown from his cell, Talmadge Hayer explains his motivations and his...
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STEVIE WONDER: How did a little Black boy, blind since birth, become one of music's greatest superstars and a cultural icon? Stevland Morris, better known as Stevie Wonder joins Tony Brown for this revealing interview...