Category: Women’s Studies
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In this second “To Be The Best” program, two powerful Black women discuss their personal and professional formulas for success. Guests are Dorothy Leavell, chairperson of Amalgamated Publishers and publisher of the C...
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FIRST LADY OF BOXING. Patricia Jarman is used to keeping up with some of the toughest men in the world. Jarman, also known as the "First Lady of Boxing" is a pioneer in the sport, becoming a prominent judge for heavyw...
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Why is the national average for Blacks graduating from high school so low (only 51 percent)? Dr. Gail Thompson, author and educator, shares her theory about the below average performance of some of today’s Black stu...
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The guests on this program represent a group of affluent and influential Americans. Harriett Michel, president of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, and Dr. Marilyn French Hubbard, Vice President of ...
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What were the issues that mattered to the Alpha Kappa Alphas in 1986? (920)
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Black women are approximately six percent of the American population, but constitute 64 percent of new female AIDS cases, and one in 160 Black women is HIV-positive. Why? Guest Gary Bell, executive director of Black...
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Actress-singer Sheryl Lee Ralph discusses her roles in the play "Dreamgirls" and TV's "Code Name: Foxfire"; and problems Blacks face in getting quality acting parts. (831)
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Is gender discrimination still prevalent in the military? Guests: TSgt. Linda Allbee and Capt. Gloria Harrision (1805)