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The Destruction of Black Civilization

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Dr. Chancellor Williams explains his focus on the psychology of Black Americans and its link to Africa’s decline.

Tuskegee Airmen: Pt. 4 – Red Tails and Black Aces

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The mere decision to go to war for their country, a country that deprived them of basic human rights, proves even further the competence and unheralded character of some of the greatest men in American history. The pi...

The Tuskegee Airmen – Pt. 3: Jim Crow’s Graveyard

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The Tuskegee Airmen -- Part 3 – Jim Crow’s Graveyard. Shooting down #German airplanes, rather than effectively carrying out the assigned duties of close ground support and bomber escort, emerged as the criterion for ...

Benjamin Banneker: Truth to Power

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Imagine being Black in the 1700s and becoming a self-taught surveyor who played a pivotal role in planning the layout of our nation’s capitol and inventing a clock in 1753. In 1791 alone, Benjamin Banneker completed t...

Character Is Power: An “Anabolic” Concept

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Booker T. Washington, in many ways, embodies the spirit of all of Black higher education. He was an educator and statesman, and he is Hampton University's most famous graduate and founder of Tuskegee Institute in 188...

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

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“RACIAL SUPERIORITY” The great debate between Black psychiatrist Dr. Frances Welsing and Nobel Prize winner Dr. William Shockley.

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...

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...

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...

Black College Day — What Does Integration Mean?

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Black College Day Celebration Guests: Rev. Benjamin Hooks, Dr. Andrew Billingsly and Dr. Herbert Reed (632)