Category: Cultural Studies
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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...
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The rhetoric of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict engulfed the U.N. World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa into so much turmoil that it never got around to its main agenda. Among the guests is Elisa M...
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Dr. Ronald Stephens, author of Idlewild: Black Eden of Michigan and John O. Meeks, an Idlewild entrepreneur, explore Idlewild’s history as an intellectual and recreational haven for African-American families. (2919)
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According to human rights groups and Dalit or so-called Untouchable activists, the caste system is an insidious form of discrimination throughout Southeast Asia and Africa. Smita Narula, Human Rights Watch researcher...
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Apparel entrepreneur Don Polk turned a college business into a $100-million-a-year conglomerate. He shares one of his secrets to success, mixing business savvy with civic responsibility.(2625)
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