Category: Cultural Studies

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White Riot

1.07K Views

Guests: Robert Brown, Esq., Mayor, Orange, NJ and Abraham Foxman, National Director Anti-Defamation League  (1826)

Can Blacks Support Themselves?

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A discussion of the economic failures of Black America and some possible solutions. Guest LeBaron Taylor (426)

Black Dialect

1.04K Views

An examination of the Black dialect and the effort to bridge the language gap between Black vernacular and Standard American English. Guests: Dr. Grace Hope, Dr. Roger Shuy, Attorney Kenneth Lewis. (311) 

The Year 2002

934 Views

A 1980s look at what life will be like for Blacks and Whites in the 21st century. (307)

The BlackPoor

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As founder and president of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, Robert Woodson is considered by some to be the godfather of the movement to empower neighborhood-based organizations.   Woodson discusses th...

Lost and Found

971 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...

Busing: For What?

920 Views

Over the years racial conflict between the races has heightened over the issue of busing for school desegregation. Across the country there is resentment and questioning among both Blacks and Whites. Guests: Art Flemi...

Is There A Plan To Get Rid Of Blacks?

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A 1992 TIME/CNN poll found that 73% of the people surveyed believe there was a conspiracy to kill President John F. Kennedy. In another poll, ABC-TV news investigated whether White America has a plan to get rid of Bla...

Date Rape

1.52K Views

The Mike Tyson-Desiree Washington rape trial focused national attention on the crime of date rape. This edition examines date rape and why a large number of Black women believe that Mike Tyson was the victim. (1510)

Events that Changed America: Roots and Revolution

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African Americans have historically been on the fringes of society, but they have wrought major changes in this country.  This program examines two phenomena that have shaped the course of American history.  One was r...