Category: Political Studies

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The Y2K Problem

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In year 2000 the Assistant Secretary of Defense stated that  “we are going to be in the biggest operational test the world has ever seen.” It has become known as the Y2K problem.   2103

Should Blacks Receive Reparations?

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The Tulsa Race Riot Commission recommended reparations to the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots.  This program examines the national reparations movement among Blacks in America.  (2304) 

Perils of the Presidency

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While opinion polls have long served as acceptable barometers for predicting the outcome of political elections, this program takes an unorthodox approach and asks an astrologer to fill in the blanks.  Bob Marks, who ...

Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas: The Other Side

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Guests: David Brock and Aisa McCullough   (1804)

Congressional Black Caucus Plan: Yes or No?

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Congressional Black Caucus Plan for self-help. Guests: Walter Fauntroy and Carlton Goodlet. (517)

Republicans? Democrats? Neither?

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An examination of an alternative political strategy for Black Americans.  Guests: Dr. Ronald Walters, Eddie Williams, Art Teele, Jr and Hosea Williams.  (422)

Another Look At Mississippi

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Segment probes textbook controversy in the Magnolia State. (417)

Black Children: Can We Do More?

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A special report on the Atlanta killings and a discussion of what can be done. Guests: LeBaron Taylor, Camella Bell, Evelyn Moore and Rock Newman.  (415)

Is There A New Black Leadership?

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A look at the changing attitudes and faces in America's Black leadership. Guests: Dr. Gloria Toote, Jack Gravely and William Moss. 412

Can A Black Political Party Work?

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 A discussion of the feasibility of a separate political party for Blacks.  Guests: James Hicks, Amos Carnegie and Ron Daniels.  (409)