Black Royalty: Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee
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The informal king and queen of this artistic wing during much of this inspiring era of self-reliance from a conspicuously talented sociographic and intellectual expatriate colony of diverse descendants of Africa wa...
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Lena Horne was an amazing woman. Looking back at the age of 80, Ms. Horne said: “My identity is very clear to me now. I am a Black woman. I’m free. I no longer have to be a ‘credit.’ I don’t have to be a symbol to an...
Benjamin Banneker: Truth-To-Power
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Surveyor, Astronomer, Publisher, Patriot Imagine being Black in the 1700s and becoming a self-taught surveyor who played a pivotal role in planning the layout of our nation’s capital. In 1753, at the age of 22, Ba...
Is Cultural Diversity A Good Idea?
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Guest discuss cultural diversity on college campuses and in corporate America. Guests: Dr. John Lombardi, President Univ. of Florida; Dr. Robert Albright, President, Johnson C Smith University and Dr. James L. Watten...
Honor At Last
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Tony Brown discusses Black War Veterans finally receive Medals of Honor (1997). Guests: Retired Army Captain Jehu Hunter, President, 92nd Div WWII Assn; and Harry Brown, Master Sgt, 92nd Division. 2002
Is Self-Help A Myth?
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Guests: Rhonda Robinson, Pres., Ohio Black Expo; Evelyn Flewellen, Managing Director, Ohio Black Expo; and Rick Singletary, Entrepreneur 1420
Why Don’t Blacks Do Well In Science?
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Guests: Dr. William Hogan, II, VP Medtronics; Dr. Margaret Seagears, Director, Historically Black Research University Foundation and Dr. Edward Fort, Chancellor NC A&T 1419
Cultural Patterns of Giving
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Are there different cultural patterns of giving among various ethnic groups in America? According to Dr. Eugene Miller, co-author of “Pathways for Change: Philanthropy Among African American, Asian American and Latino...
Big Brother or Little Brother?
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Social funding programs. Getting funds to those most deserving. Guest: Robert Woodson. 515