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South America's largest country, has the world's second largest Black population outside of Africa. This edition travels to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to find out what its people think of America following the Rodney King...
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It all began when The Washington Post quoted rap performer Sister Souljah as saying: “If Black people kill Black people every day, why not have a week and kill White people.” (1523)
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This edition goes on location to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil to investigate race relations in this multi-ethnic South American country and uncovers some provocative insights about how Brazilians feel about the issue of rac...
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Since the beginning of the filming of "Malcolm X," the soon-to-be-released Warner Brothers' movie, controversy concerning the film director's treatment of the slain Black leader, as well as his promotion of the film, ...
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A year after Anita Hill's congressional committee testimony in which she accused then Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of unethical sexual behavior, differences of opinion concerning the televised hearings contin...
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This series on Malcolm X features the first televised interview with the only confessed killer of Malcolm X. In 1981, in an intimate talk with Tony Brown from his cell, Talmadge Hayer explains his motivations and his...
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Karl Evanzz, who spent 15 years uncovering more than 300,000 pages of previously classified and hidden information about Malcolm X's assassination, compiled his findings in an explosive book called The Judas Factor. A...
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If you are a person of color in Brazil, your African ancestry dominates the cultural landscape. That’s the good news. (1710)
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If you are a person of color in Brazil, the chances are the negative impact of historical slavery is still with you. That’s the bad news. (1711)
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The effects of diet and hygiene on a person's health. (1717)