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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...

Why Y2K Will Crash The Economy

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Dr. Edward Yardeni, chief economist of Deutsche Bank Securities in New York City and the man who is ranked as one of the top market pundits, continues Part II of his alarming discussion of the Year 2000 issue. He pred...

Afro Brazil

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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)

Where Do We Go From Roots?

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An examination of race relation in post-Roots America, the deeper meanings of the book and TV series to the American public. Guests: Dr. John Howard, Researcher, State University of New York; Dr. Louis Bolce, professo...

AIDS and Health

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As new reports of patients who were HIV positive but who never developed AIDS continue to show up in medical journals, the validity of the official government's position that the human immunodefiency virus is the prec...

The Mystery of Black Survival in Sports

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Educators Dana Brooks and Ron Althouse, editors of “Racism in College Sports,” provide a scholarly approach to the issue of racism in college athletics.(2810)

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...

Does The Middle Class Do Enough?

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Guest: George Fraser (1406)

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)

Are Girls Different?

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Even in the new millennium, girls are still struggling with gender stereotypes.  Recent statistics indicate that girls are more likely to attempt suicide than boys.  Why?  Can empowering girls help them cope with the ...