Category: Political Studies
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An unprecedented gathering of the top Black leaders in 1972 appeared in a live 90-minute special. Among the guests: Charles Diggs, Dorothy Height, Vernon Jordan, Albert Cleage, Jr., Dick Gregory, Louis Farrakhan and E...
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A discussion of Gen. Colin Powell and whether Americans would elect a black President. (1918)
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During the tenure of Walter White as the second Black executive secretary of the NAACP, Blacks were routinely lynched by White mobs in the 1930s. White used his Nordic appearance to investigate hate crimes against Af...
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Opinion polls show that most people publicly condemn racial profiling by police officers, but that many privately feel that underlying the practice is a national and effective police tactic. Since America’s heighten...
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In January 2000, scientists and historians at Monticello announced the results of an independent study and concluded that Thomas Jefferson probably fathered at least one and, perhaps, more of his slave Sally Hemings’ ...
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Tony Brown and Dinesh D'Souza, author of The end of racism, debate the issues of failure of leadership vs. cultural failure. Guest: Dinesh D'Souza, author of The end of racism. (1828)
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Early 1995 speculation on what subsequently happened in 2008. (1827)
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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...
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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...