75 Good Men & Women
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Knoxville College, a historical Black college in Knoxville, Tennessee, survived an almost fatal blow with the help of two talented and dedicated Black women who decided that they were not going to let it fail. Knoxvi...
A Can Do Lady
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Facing a monumental crisis in public education today, leaders in various sectors of society are searching for answers to poor academic achievement. Surprisingly, one shining example of academic excellence can be foun...
A LEAD-ing Chance
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The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program at Wharton engages youth of diverse backgrounds in the world of business. Founded at Wharton in 1980 by Harold Haskins and Bill Whitney. Guest: William Elliott, ...
America’s Future Speaks Out — Part 2
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Against the backdrop of an almost day-to-day occurrence of atrocities committed by youths, studies reveal that teenage pregnancy in the U.S. is at its lowest level in two decades. Another report revealed drug use amon...
An A+ Principal
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The nation’s school dropout crisis, especially among Black, urban and low-income students, has been dealt a setback at the Baltimore Talent Development High School. Principal Jeffrey Robinson talks about how hard work...
Another Look At Mississippi
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Segment probes textbook controversy in the Magnolia State. (417)
Are College Scholarships Quotas?
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Guests: Roger Watkins and Tom Hayden (1405)
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...