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“Civilization’s First Born”

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The discovery of the 3.3 million-year-old fossil of a Dikika infant is a major development in the study of human evolution.  Evolutionary biologist Dr. Joseph Graves, author of “The Race Myth: Why We Pretend Race Exis...

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 ...

Is The IRS Out Of Control?

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is one of the most powerful agencies in the United States. It has brought down business moguls, political leaders and as everyone knows – Al Capone. Now, it seems to be after the sim...

Exploding Mortgages

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It is estimated that 2.2 million families will lose their homes due to foreclosures over the next couple of years as a result of a wide range of unfair and deceptive practices against borrowers in the sub-prime market...

Community Business

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Is The Media On Trial?

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Analysis of Pulitzer fraud -- An in-depth analysis of the Pulitzer fraud at the Washington Post newspaper and the implications for credibility and Black journalists. Guest: Roger Wilkins (425)

Good Business Sense

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Money on the Web

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(2015)