Category: Social Sciences

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Good Business Sense

1.37K Views

Guest: Dr. Calvin Rolark (1425)

The Hanging Judge

2.17K Views

Guest: Stanley Crouch (1317)

Where Do We Go From Roots?

1.64K Views

An examination of race relation in post-Roots America, the deeper meanings of the book and TV series to the American public. Guests: Dr. John Howard, Researcher, State University of New York; Dr. Louis Bolce, professo...

Don’t Call Me White

1.68K Views

An Examination of American ethnicity. Middle American Whites’ new emphasis on ethnicity is examined. Segments include a discussion of the relationship of Black consciousness to Whites rejecting the “melting pot” theor...

Blacks and Latinos

1.42K Views

 Latinos are now the largest ethnic group in America.  No longer holding the number one position are African Americans. Are these two groups on a collision course?  Dr. Nicolas Vaca, the author of “The Presumed Allian...

50% Black Men Unemployed

1.77K Views

A study by the Community Service Society shows that nearly half of Black men in New York City are not working.  The organization’s president, David Jones, discusses this shocking statistic and the implications for a c...

In The Black: Economic Status of Blacks

2.06K Views

The spending power of Black America is about $80 billion a year. A profile of the economic health of the black community.Guests: D. Parke Gibson, author The $30 Billion Negro; Dr. H. Naylor Fitzhugh, retired professor...

That Under 40 Bunch

1.43K Views

In this 1980 episode of Tony Brown's Journal, Brown discusses the under-40 Black generation with a range of people from the Black community. 216

The I. Q. Question

1.53K Views

A discussion of the legitimacy of I.Q. tests and the charge that Blacks are mentally inferior to Whites. (318)

A Slow Fade To White

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In the name of integration, mergers with larger White colleges or out-right abolishment are threatening the very existence of the nation's Black four-year public institutions. An examination of the plight facing publi...