Category: Defining Race

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Africa’s Downfall

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Dr. Chancellor Williams, the widely-acclaimed historian, continues his discussion with Tony Brown as to why Africans, the first builders of civilization in the cradle of world civilization and the discoverers of math...

The Art of Jon Lockard and African Origins In History

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“After several centuries of living in their new homeland, Canaan, the Israelites took on more and more of the cultural trappings of their Canaanite neighbors. The Egyptian characters accumulated more and more Canaani...

Does Culture Trump Race?

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According to scientific studies, all humans are 99.9 percent genetically identical.  However, the Atlantic slave trade was based on skin color, which scientists say is determined by only six of 40,000 genes or just on...

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

Is The Human Race Our Best Kept Secret?

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Dr. Joseph Graves, Jr., a professor of evolutionary biology and African American studies at Arizona State University, believes that humans cannot be separated by genetics into races.  Author of The Emperor’s New Cloth...

The One Drop Rule

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Scott Malcomson, a member of The New York Times editorial board and author of One Drop of Blood: The American Misadventure of Race, explains the meaning behind what he calls “the essence of whiteness – the origins of ...

African American or Black, Is there a Difference?

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The ethnic description of Americans of African descent has shifted from colored to Negro to Black and, at the recent urging of Jessie Jackson, African-American.  There are immigrants who feel that they should be inclu...

White Man’s Burden

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Is Race No Longer Important?

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Educator Annie S. Barnes, author of Everyday Racism: A Book for All Americans, charges that racism is still a pernicious and destructive part of everyday life in Black America.   Through personal accounts of daily for...