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Will Blacks Accept The Bush Presidency?

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Rev. Walter Fauntroy, President of the National Black Leadership Roundtable discusses the Al Gore loss and the George Bush win.  (2403)

Do Boycotts Work?

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This program was taped in West Palm Beach, Florida at the annual convention of the National Bar Association in 1993 because the organization moved the meeting from Miami to Boca Raton because of a Black-led boycott of...

Can The Republican Party Change Its Agenda and Include Blacks?

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On the heels of Republican Sen. Trent Lott’s callous statements lauding the segregationist tradition of the Old South, the question is now: Can Republicans live up to their new promises of racial equality and can the ...

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)

2003 Supreme Court Decision and Affirmative Action

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What did Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor really mean in her majority opinion on affirmative action in the University of Michigan ruling? Does it signal the end of affirmative action? Michael Higginbotham, a ...

The Black Leaders Summit of 1972 and the 1998 Follow Up: Part II

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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...

An A-1 Threat

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Tony Brown and guests discuss Angela Thompson and  NY State A-1 Felony Laws. Guests: Emily Antley, Angela Thompson Supporter; Jeffery Jones, President, Help 4U Services, Group; and Jerome Marks, Retired NY Supreme ...

The Brown & Desouza Face-Off

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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)

How Much Do Blacks Pay for Being Black?

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No matter how hard Blacks work or how well educated they become, they cannot close the well-being gap with Whites unless they significantly improve their accumulated investments. That is the conclusion of Professor Th...