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Southern Slavery, Northern Lies

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The second installation of modern New England journalists who exposed the North’s hidden history as a slave region. They also address king cotton and the legal and illegal slave trade. Journalist and co-author of Comp...

Slavery’s Biggest Secret

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New England journalist and co-author of Complicity Anne Farrow exposes how the North rewrote the history of U. S. slavery to blame the South and hide its insidious role in the perpetuation of slavery. Was the first co...

Historical Black Women in The Military

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African-American women in military service also did not receive proper recognition for their service. Reflecting that apartheid custom, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the only African-American WA...

Tuskegee Airmen – Part 2: The Enemy Within

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Criticism of the 99th's overseas combat record was instantaneous and virulent. After only a few months in combat, the Commander of the 12th Air Support Command assailed the performance of the Black pilots.  "Officers ...

Tuskegee Airmen — Clipped Wings – Pt. 1

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The pilots of America’s WWII armed forces were highly skilled flyers who became the stars of war stories and the ingredients of legends.   These pilots were and are the first line of defense, the protectors of our fl...

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...

The Tuskegee Airmen – Pt. 3: Jim Crow’s Graveyard

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The Tuskegee Airmen -- Part 3 – Jim Crow’s Graveyard. Shooting down #German airplanes, rather than effectively carrying out the assigned duties of close ground support and bomber escort, emerged as the criterion for ...

Frederick Douglass: Orator, Statesman, Abolitionist

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Frederick Douglass, the renowned orator, statesman, and abolitionist and a prominent leader in a colony of England, now known as the United States of America, moved our new nation, led by so-called “white” people who...

Gold Is Also Black: The Story of a Black Quarterback

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Sandy Stephens was the first Black man to play quarterback for the storied University of Minnesota football team. In many ways, he was a forerunner of the athletic quarterbacks in the NFL today, scrambling to extend p...

Mrs. Norman, We Love You

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Education at its best ( 631) Guest: Mrs. Ruth Stephenson Norman