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His-Story: Black History’s Little Known Facts

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A discussion of the history made by Blacks that is typically left out of American textbooks. Also an examination of historian J.A. Rogers' research on the link between racialism on racism and its impact on humanity’s ...

The Assassin: Exclusive Interview With the Confessed Killer of Malcolm X

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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...

From Right to Left: The Politics of Glenn Loury

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Glenn Loury, the first Black professor of economics at Harvard University and a leading Black conservative, discusses his battle with drugs, his ideological evolution from conservative to independent, and his new book...

George Kirby Presents King Heroin

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In a dramatic performance, the Funny-man and impressionist lays it on the line about the dangers of drugs and his life in prison for drug abuse. The man of many faces and matchless talent performs “King Heroin” as onl...

I Didn’t Kill Malcolm X

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Tony Brown interviews Talmadge Hayer, the man who, along with Norman Butler and Thomas Johnson, was convicted of assassinating Malcolm X. Hayer asserts that other individuals were involved in the killing and that Butl...

Who Killed Malcolm X?

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Part one of this special series in 1993 on Malcolm X digs deep into the series' archives to retrace 25-years of investigative reporting. Through interviews, rare footage of the slain leader and readings of actual cour...

Malcolm & Elijah (Denzel Washington)

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This performance on Tony Brown’s Journal as Malcolm X (the physical resemblance is stunning) marked the young Denzel Washington’s first appearance on national TV and his first performance before a national audience....

The Promise Keepers

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What’s wrong with the American family? Some point the finger at men. The Million Man March was widely recognized as a pronouncement of unity, commitment and responsibility among African-American males. The Promise Kee...