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Matthew Henson: The Final Step

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Dr. Allen Counter, Harvard professor and explorer, has discovered the Eskimo descendants of North Pole discoverers Matthew Henson and Robert E. Peary. Dr. Counter talks about Black Igloo, his recent work tracing the A...

Gender Discrimination

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Is gender discrimination still prevalent in the military? Guests: TSgt. Linda Allbee and Capt. Gloria Harrision  (1805)

There Was A Time

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Ralph Cooper, founder of the Original Harlem Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater, was an icon of the Apollo legacy for decades.  This long tradition ended at his death on August 4, 1992.  During his long career, Ralph...

10 Years After the Rodney King Riots

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Business leader Bernard Kinsey, the former co-chair of Rebuild LA, discusses the impact of the Rodney King riots, where Los Angeles was then, where it is today, and why he believes that it is poised for a period of em...

Walter White

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During the tenure of Walter White as the second Black executive secretary of the NAACP, Blacks were routinely lynched by White mobs in the 1930s.  White used his Nordic appearance to investigate hate crimes against Af...

Politics: New Black Power? — Part 2

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1984 program examines politics and Black America Guest: Rev. Benjamin Hooks   (625)

Should Blacks Receive Reparations?

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The Tulsa Race Riot Commission recommended reparations to the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots.  This program examines the national reparations movement among Blacks in America.  (2304) 

Can You Dig It? Black History Quiz (60 min) – Show 8

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Drawing its questions from the wealth of information on the history and cultural heritage of Black Americans. “Can You Dig It?” was the first (and only ?) African-American quiz show on national television. (4016)