Category: Political Studies
1.03K Views0 Likes
Segment analyzes the results of the Iowa caucuses and the 1980 presidential campaign. In addition, home viewers of the QUBE two-way TV system of Warner Amex Cable in Columbus, Ohio, subscribers are asked to vote their...
1.48K Views1 Likes
N.O.B.L.E. (Nat’l Organization of Black law Enforcement Execs) (1125)
1.28K Views0 Likes
African Americans have historically been on the fringes of society, but they have wrought major changes in this country. This program examines two phenomena that have shaped the course of American history. One was roo...
1.10K Views0 Likes
Did the Black vote for Jimmy Carter Pay Off? An evaluation of his first year in office.Guests: Ossie Davis, writer, actor, social observer; and Ben Brown, Chairman, Democratic National Committee. (103)
1.27K Views0 Likes
Dr. Carol Swain, a professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University and author of Debating Immigration, will explore the nuances of contemporary immigration and citizenship affecting the U. S. (3017)
1.34K Views0 Likes
Educator and immigration specialist Dr. Frank Morris examines the affect of immigrant policy on the African-American community and the position of the Black leadership on this issue. (3011)
2.32K Views3 Likes
1.53K Views0 Likes
What is the Republican strategy to win the Black vote in the 2004 presidential election? The Black vote is the Democratic Party’s most reliable voting bloc, but will young Blacks change that reality? Lynette Clemets...
1.74K Views0 Likes
Business leader Bernard Kinsey, the former co-chair of Rebuild LA, discusses the impact of the Rodney King riots, where Los Angeles was then, where it is today, and why he believes that it is poised for a period of em...