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Roots of Music — Part I

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Revered Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, aide to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and university scholar, musically demonstrates with a 100-member choir how Black Americans wrote their true history in musical notes and explains how ...

Black Royalty: Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee

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The informal king and queen of this artistic wing during much of this inspiring era of self-reliance from a conspicuously talented sociographic and intellectual expatriate colony of diverse descendants of Africa wa...

Man and Woman

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Nena O’Neill, author of “The Marriage Premise,” examines relationships between Black men and women in society. Guest: Ruby Dee.   102

Character Is Power: An “Anabolic” Concept

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Booker T. Washington, in many ways, embodies the spirit of all of Black higher education. He was an educator and statesman, and he is Hampton University's most famous graduate and founder of Tuskegee Institute in 188...

The AIDS Maverick

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Virologist Dr. Peter Duesberg emerged has one of the scientific community’s brightest talents when he discovered the viral gene that can cause cancer. This program examines his research and his controversial stance on...

The Great Debate: Dr. Frances Welsing vs. Dr. William Shockley

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“RACIAL SUPERIORITY” The great debate between Black psychiatrist Dr. Frances Welsing and Nobel Prize winner Dr. William Shockley.

Africa’s Downfall

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Dr. Chancellor Williams, the widely-acclaimed historian, continues his discussion with Tony Brown as to why Africans, the first builders of civilization in the cradle of world civilization and the discoverers of math...

The Destruction of Black Civilization

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Dr. Chancellor Williams explains his focus on the psychology of Black Americans and its link to Africa’s decline.

The Art of Jon Lockard and African Origins In History

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“After several centuries of living in their new homeland, Canaan, the Israelites took on more and more of the cultural trappings of their Canaanite neighbors. The Egyptian characters accumulated more and more Canaani...

Great Men of Color

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GREAT MEN OF COLOR:  J. A. Rogers spent the majority of his lifetime pioneering the field of Black studies with his exhaustive research on the major names in Black history whose contributions or even very existence h...