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Shroud of Turin

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An in-depth examination of the belief in the existence of a supreme being, the Shroud of Turin and a discussion of the racial make-up of the image of the shroud.Guests: Kenneth Stevenson, former instructor with US Air...

In The Black: Economic Status of Blacks

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The spending power of Black America is about $80 billion a year. A profile of the economic health of the black community.Guests: D. Parke Gibson, author The $30 Billion Negro; Dr. H. Naylor Fitzhugh, retired professor...

Ralph Bunche — The Lost Hero

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Who was the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize?  The answer is Ralph Bunche.  As the United Nations Undersecretary General, Bunche successfully negotiated armistice agreements between Israel an...

50% Black Men Unemployed

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A study by the Community Service Society shows that nearly half of Black men in New York City are not working.  The organization’s president, David Jones, discusses this shocking statistic and the implications for a c...

Blacks and Latinos

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 Latinos are now the largest ethnic group in America.  No longer holding the number one position are African Americans. Are these two groups on a collision course?  Dr. Nicolas Vaca, the author of “The Presumed Allian...

The Magnificent 114

1.63K Views

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Is Race Medicine Good Medicine?

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A racially-targeted drug that reduces death from heart disease among African-Americans has stirred a controversy that questions the effectiveness of the drug. However, this race-based medicine has arrived in a society...

The BlackPoor

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As founder and president of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, Robert Woodson is considered by some to be the godfather of the movement to empower neighborhood-based organizations.   Woodson discusses th...

Lost and Found

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Black scientist explores primitive culture. A plant, used as far back as the 1700s to induce abortions among salves in Surinam, South America, is being researched at the Nobel Institute by a Black neuro-biologist from...

Don’t Call Me White

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An Examination of American ethnicity. Middle American Whites’ new emphasis on ethnicity is examined. Segments include a discussion of the relationship of Black consciousness to Whites rejecting the “melting pot” theor...