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African Versus European Culture

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Afrocentric historians have challenged the Eurocentric world-view of African history and culture.  In his newest work, Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, author of The Afrocentric Idea, boldly confronts critics of Afrocentric th...

A Voice In The Wilderness

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Will America grow up before it grows old and how the Social Security entitlement crisis threatens you, your family and your country. Guest Peter Peterson.   1920

Who Does Illegal Immigration Hurt?

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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)

A Stacked Deck

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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...

South Africa: Time Running Out?

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Time did run out for apartheid. (509)

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 ...

Race: The Hidden Political Agenda

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Black journalists are charging that the mainstream press is overlooking Black concerns in the presidential campaign while at the same time paying full attention to the Democratic platform of non-stop appeal to mostly ...

Why The Congress of the Black Caucus Opposes President Bush

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The 39-member Congressional Black Caucus calls itself the “Conscience of the Congress.”  Representative Elijah Cummings, who represents Maryland’s 7th district, serves as chair of the all-Democratic caucus.  When he w...