Sort: Date | Title | Views | Random
View:

Lost and Found

1.44K Views

Black scientist explores primitive culture. A plant, used as far back as the 1700s to induce abortions among salves in Surinam, South America, is being researched at the Nobel Institute by a Black neuro-biologist from...

Pesticides & Cancer

1.52K Views

What were the effects of the spraying of the pesticide malathion in New York City in August 1999?  This program examines the Environmental Protection Agency’s report on the use of this pesticide and the continuing deb...

75 Good Men & Women

1.72K Views

Knoxville College, a historical Black college in Knoxville, Tennessee, survived an almost fatal blow with the help of two talented and dedicated Black women who decided that they were not going to let it fail.  Knoxvi...

How Do You Govern Yourself?

1.86K Views

Historically, there has been a link between Blacks in the Caribbean and the leadership of Black America that has its roots in the Caribbean.   Grenada Prime Minister Keith Mitchell, chairman of the Organisation of Eas...

Women, Gifted and Black

1.42K Views

Educator Dr. Diann Jordan, author of “Sisters in Science: Conversations with Black Women Scientists on Race, Gender, and Their Passion for Science,” gives a historical and contemporary examination of Black women in th...

Thank God … Highlights

1.78K Views

"Thank God, " an African-American DocuOpera shares the legacy of our past sufferings and achievements through music. We now know that the Black Church is Africa's musical gift to America and America's only original co...

Black and Jews

1.28K Views

An analysis of the historical alliance between Blacks and Jews and the ideological rift that could jeopardize their relationship. (308)

Thomas Jefferson’s Black and White DNA

1.42K Views

In January 2000, scientists and historians at Monticello announced the results of an independent study and concluded that Thomas Jefferson probably fathered at least one and, perhaps, more of his slave Sally Hemings’ ...

A LEAD-ing Chance

2.13K Views

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, ...

A Nation Divided

1.40K Views

This edition examines the causes and effects of the Rodney King verdict, the ensuing riots and America's underlying racial tensions. This round-table discussion also focuses on race relations between Blacks, Whites an...