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The Great Debate: Dr. Frances Welsing vs. Dr. William Shockley

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“RACIAL SUPERIORITY” The great debate between Black psychiatrist Dr. Frances Welsing and Nobel Prize winner Dr. William Shockley.

Africa’s Downfall

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Dr. Chancellor Williams, the widely-acclaimed historian, continues his discussion with Tony Brown as to why Africans, the first builders of civilization in the cradle of world civilization and the discoverers of math...

The Art of Jon Lockard and African Origins In History

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“After several centuries of living in their new homeland, Canaan, the Israelites took on more and more of the cultural trappings of their Canaanite neighbors. The Egyptian characters accumulated more and more Canaani...

Great Men of Color

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GREAT MEN OF COLOR:  J. A. Rogers spent the majority of his lifetime pioneering the field of Black studies with his exhaustive research on the major names in Black history whose contributions or even very existence h...

Has The Black Leadership Betrayed Its Own Community

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Who should take responsibility for the condition of African-Americans?  Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour, author of “Betrayal By Any Other Name,” accuses both yesterday's and today's Black leadership.  Dr. Al-Mansour says there...

Frederick Douglass: Orator, Statesman, Abolitionist

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Frederick Douglass, the renowned orator, statesman, and abolitionist and a prominent leader in a colony of England, now known as the United States of America, moved our new nation, led by so-called “white” people who...

Another Version of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

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The experiment turned out to be a heinous government experiment in which hundreds of Black men with syphilis infection went untreated for 40 years. While the government lied to the men and pretended to heal them, the...

Dr. Buxton & The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

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For 40 years, the Center for Disease Control, the official agency of the federal government, intentionally did not treat selected syphilitic Black men in Tuskegee, Alabama in order to study the effects of untreated sy...

Walk To Freedom

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June 23, 1963, in Detroit’s Cobo Hall, I intensely listened to Martin Luther King, Jr. deliver his famous “I Have A Dream” speech, for what many historians claim was the first time.  Dr. King was in Detroit for the “...

The Promise Keepers

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What’s wrong with the American family? Some point the finger at men. The Million Man March was widely recognized as a pronouncement of unity, commitment and responsibility among African-American males. The Promise Kee...