Category: Political Studies
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A discussion of the history made by Blacks that is typically left out of American textbooks. Also an examination of historian J.A. Rogers' research on the link between racialism on racism and its impact on humanity’s ...
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Glenn Loury, the first Black professor of economics at Harvard University and a leading Black conservative, discusses his battle with drugs, his ideological evolution from conservative to independent, and his new book...
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An investigation of five U. S. presidents who were alleged to have Black ancestry, in J. A. Rogers’ book “The Five Negro Presidents.” (Note: If true, Barack Obama would be the sixth bi-racial American president.) G...
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Black College Day, 1980 -- a march and rally held in Washington, D.C. -- is the focus of this program. Issues addressed include the impact of integration on Black colleges and the need for increased public support for...
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The New York Times, in a 6-column headline, concluded that the Republican Party’s efforts to attract more Black votes had come up short. What is it that prevents the Republican Party from attracting a large Black bloc...
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1984 program examines politics and Black America Guests: Rev. Joseph Lowery and Joseph Madison (624)
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The infamous, early 20th-century race riots in Tulsa, Oklahoma that served as a cover to destroy the prosperous “Black Wall Street" that Blacks had built. (2303)