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A Minority of One

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A Multi-Ethnic State In Evolution

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U. S. Representative Diane Watson serves the diverse 32nd Congressional District of California, where multiculturalism is a way of life.  Does it work?  Has California learned how various groups can live together with...

A Nation Divided

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This edition examines the causes and effects of the Rodney King verdict, the ensuing riots and America's underlying racial tensions. This round-table discussion also focuses on race relations between Blacks, Whites an...

A Plan Blacks Could Use

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A Stacked Deck

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This edition takes a historical look at how Jim Crow and racism affected the economic growth of the Black community with Attorney Clint Bolick, Vice President and Director of Litigation at the Institute For Justice an...

A Star Controversy

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In the 1970s, Star Parker was a delinquent teenager, mixed up with crime and drugs.  Life on county aid was far from impoverished - she was able to lounge in her own Jacuzzi, party at Venice Beach, bring in extra inco...

Africa in Chaos

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Famine, colonialism, civil war, dictators and terrorism have marked Africa’s political and social history.  Is there a prescription for addressing Africa’s problems?  What is at the core of the continent’s social and ...

African Origin: Civilized or Barbaric?

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Guest Yaa-Lengi Ngemi discuss societal beliefs about Africa and world history from an Afrocentric perspective.   1922

African Versus European Culture

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Afrocentric historians have challenged the Eurocentric world-view of African history and culture.  In his newest work, Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, author of The Afrocentric Idea, boldly confronts critics of Afrocentric th...

America At Its Best

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