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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...

75 Good Men & Women

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Knoxville College, a historical Black college in Knoxville, Tennessee, survived an almost fatal blow with the help of two talented and dedicated Black women who decided that they were not going to let it fail.  Knoxvi...

A $40 Million Slave

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William C. Rhoden, New York Times’ sports columnist and author of “Forty Million Dollar Slaves,” discusses the evolution of exploitation in athletics. (3004)

A Can Do Lady

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Facing a monumental crisis in public education today, leaders in various sectors of society are searching for answers to poor academic achievement.  Surprisingly, one shining example of academic excellence can be foun...

A Death Sentence

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False positives. HIV and AIDS. Guests: Nina Ostrum and Celia Farber   (1805)

A Filmmaker’s Look at Ralph Bunche

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Dr. Ralph Bunche, renowned United Nations statesman and Nobel Prize winner, is the subject of this discussion with Emmy award-winning filmmaker William Greaves. (2402)

A First Hand View of Slavery

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Panelists discuss aspects of slavery in Africa.  (1909)    

A Health Explorer

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Dr. Allen Counter, a Harvard neuroscientist, combines his anthropological and medical interests to combat the health problems of isolated indigenous groups: descendants of Matthew Henson and Admiral Perry in Greenland...

A Killer of Dreams

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Discussion on Sickle Cell Anemia 530