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Thank God: An Aframerican Docu-Opera — Part 2

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"The music of the black religious experience," contends Tony Brown, host of the televised "Journal" that bears his name, "is the primary root of all music born in the United States." (805)

How to be a Muslim in America – Part 1

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Imam W. Deen Mohammed, leader of three million African-American Muslims, publicly denounced the actions of the terrorists on September 11, 2001. In an exclusive interview, he explains the purpose of Islam and how the ...

Thank God: An Aframerican Docu-Opera — Part 3

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"The music of the black religious experience," contends Tony Brown, host of the televised "Journal" that bears his name, "is the primary root of all music born in the United States." (806)

Is Christianity Headed Toward Racism or Away From It?

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Discussion of relations between black and white Baptists. (1908)

Two Forks In The Road: Imam Warith Muhammad

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(Born Wallace D. Muhammad) A pathway is offered to Muslims. (721)

The Jubilee God

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The African-American Jubilee Edition Bible, brainchild of some the nation’s most respected Black clergymen, is not—as the authors put it-- your typical King James Bible. “Our first task,” says the preface, “is to use ...

Islam As An American Way Of Life — Part II

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The Koran, the key to life of Muslims, and how to understand it are discussed by Imam W. Deen Mohammed, leader of the Muslim American Society, which has three million members.Guest: Imam W. Deen Mohammed(2428)

Thank God: An Aframerican Docu-Opera — Part 1

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"The music of the black religious experience," contends Tony Brown, host of the televised "Journal" that bears his name, "is the primary root of all music born in the United States." (804)

Thank God: An Aframerican Docu-Opera — Part 4

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"The music of the black religious experience," contends Tony Brown, host of the televised "Journal" that bears his name, "is the primary root of all music born in the United States." (807)

Race and Justice In The New Millennium

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Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker, pastor of Canaan Baptist Church of Christ in New York City, has a long list of accomplishments as a religious and civil rights leader. He has articulated his concerns for the social and moral fu...