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Lionel Hampton: A Grace Note

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Musician extraordinaire Lionel Hampton died on August 31, 2002 at the age of 94. His legacy as a musician, statesman, humanitarian and close friend of the Bush family are chronicled on this program. Tony Brown also re...

“Civilization’s First Born”

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The discovery of the 3.3 million-year-old fossil of a Dikika infant is a major development in the study of human evolution.  Evolutionary biologist Dr. Joseph Graves, author of “The Race Myth: Why We Pretend Race Exis...

“Progress or Peril”

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Keith Alexander, a staff writer at The Washington Post and a contributing author of "Being A Black Man At the Corner of Progress and Peril," discusses a revealing portrait of Black men in American that explores their ...

“Were Angolans The First African Americans?”

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How much do we know about the first Africans to settle in the English colony of Jamestown in 1619?  Recently discovered artifacts suggest that the true origin of the first African Americans is Angola. Tom Davidson, se...

“Who’s Saying Those Awful Things?”

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Janks Morton sets out in his latest documentary, What Black Men Think, to expose stereotypes that have been perpetuated for many years within the African-American community. (3018)

Benjamin Banneker: Truth-To-Power

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Surveyor, Astronomer, Publisher, Patriot Imagine being Black in the 1700s and becoming a self-taught surveyor who played a pivotal role in planning the layout of our nation’s capital. In 1753, at the age of 22, Ba...

10 Years After the Rodney King Riots

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Business leader Bernard Kinsey, the former co-chair of Rebuild LA, discusses the impact of the Rodney King riots, where Los Angeles was then, where it is today, and why he believes that it is poised for a period of em...

1980 Olympics: Lost Gold

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A discussion of the pros and cons of the U.S. boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.   (306)

200 Years of God

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2003 Supreme Court Decision and Affirmative Action

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What did Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor really mean in her majority opinion on affirmative action in the University of Michigan ruling? Does it signal the end of affirmative action? Michael Higginbotham, a ...