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Idlewild: The Real Thing

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Dr. Ronald Stephens, author of Idlewild: Black Eden of Michigan and John O. Meeks, an Idlewild entrepreneur, explore Idlewild’s history as an intellectual and recreational haven for African-American families.   (2919)

Cancer Diagnosis: What Do We Do?

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Burton Goldberg, publisher of Cancer Diagnosis: What to Do Next and the Definitive Guide to Cancer, recently testified before the Congressional Committee on Cancer Care for the New Millennium.  He joins Dr. Robert Atk...

Two Good Ole’ Boys

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AIDS Research Kills Scientists

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Guest: Roulette William Smith, Ph.D, author of Commonsense and AIDS  (1923)

Tuskegee Airmen: Pt. 4 – Red Tails and Black Aces

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The mere decision to go to war for their country, a country that deprived them of basic human rights, proves even further the competence and unheralded character of some of the greatest men in American history. The pi...

Colors of Brazil

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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)

Black Farmers: A Dying Crop

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A landmark $3-billion court settlement was reached between Black farmers and the U. S. Department of Agriculture to compensate Black growers for decades of unequal treatment.  Dr. John Boyd, president of the National ...

School To Work

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One solution to America's educational and industrial decline, host Tony Brown suggests on this edition, is to have the business sector write the curricula in the schools.  This edition was taped in Oklahoma City befor...

Can the Democrats Win in 1992?

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Peter Brown, political correspondent and author of Minority Party: Why Democrats Face Defeat in 1992 and Beyond  (Regnery Gateway) explains why White voters have increasingly supported the Republicans instead of the D...