Category: Cultural Studies

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Great Men of Color

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GREAT MEN OF COLOR:  J. A. Rogers spent the majority of his lifetime pioneering the field of Black studies with his exhaustive research on the major names in Black history whose contributions or even very existence h...

Black College Day

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Black College Day, 1980 -- a march and rally held in Washington, D.C. -- is the focus of this program. Issues addressed include the impact of integration on Black colleges and the need for increased public support for...

Dr. Lerone Bennett: His-Story

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His-Story: Black History’s Little-Known Facts. A discussion of little-known facts about the history made Blacks with Dr. Lerone Bennett, Jr., famed historian, scholar, and author of "Before the Mayflower," “What Ma...

The Evolution of Sammy Davis

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It's 1983 and Sammy Davis and I sit down and reflect on his television interview with me in 1971. Sammy Davis says, "I’ve survived where other cats would have been down the tubes. A lot of people don’t like themselv...

The Great Debate: Dr. Frances Welsing vs. Dr. William Shockley

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The great debate between Black psychiatrist Dr. Frances Welsing and Nobel Prize winner Dr. William Shockley. Back in the 1970s, a man named Dr. William Shockley embarked upon the mission of proving to the world that ...

Black Hollywood The Way It Was: The Middle Years – Pt. 3

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The Middle Years examines the history of independently produced Black movies and the establishment of a Black film era. "The Middle Years," picks up during the Depression years as independent filmmakers struggle for ...

Tuskegee Airmen — Clipped Wings – Pt. 1

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The pilots of America’s WWII armed forces were highly skilled flyers who became the stars of war stories and the ingredients of legends.   These pilots were and are the first line of defense, the protectors of our fl...

Frederick Douglass: Orator, Statesman, Abolitionist

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Frederick Douglass, the renowned orator, statesman, and abolitionist and a prominent leader in a colony of England, now known as the United States of America, moved our new nation, led by so-called “white” people who...

Jim Brown: Out of Bounds

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This 1989 program features National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famer football player Jim Brown. It has been said by many sports observers that Jim Brown is one of the greatest football players that have ever lived....

Blacks Divided

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Dr. Carol Swain, a professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University and author of Debating Immigration, will explore the nuances of contemporary immigration and citizenship affecting the U. S. (3017)