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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...

America’s Black Eagles: The Tuskegee Airmen — 4-Part Series

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Discusses the Black experience in the military, focuses on the training and participation of Black airmen in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, such as the Tuskegee Airmen of the 99th Fighter Squadron. Also ...

Black College Day

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Black College Day, 1980 -- a march and rally held in Washington, D.C. -- is the focus of this program. Issues addressed include the impact of integration on Black colleges and the need for increased public support for...

Lena Horne

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Lena Horne was an amazing woman. Looking back at the age of 80, Ms. Horne said: “My identity is very clear to me now. I am a Black woman. I’m free. I no longer have to be a ‘credit.’ I don’t have to be a symbol to an...

Grace & Charm

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At the age of 16, Ophelia DeVore-Mitchell attended the Vogue School of Modeling in New York and began her modeling career, appearing in Ebony Magazine. Aware of how African-Americans were stereotypically depicted in t...

The Art of Culture

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If every group has a culture, then every group has a body of art that represents its innermost meaning. While on an individual level, art has a specific meaning. On a national level, it represents the fears and aspir...

Another Version of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

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The experiment turned out to be a heinous government experiment in which hundreds of Black men with syphilis infection went untreated for 40 years. While the government lied to the men and pretended to heal them, the...

Dr. Buxton & The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

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For 40 years, the Center for Disease Control, the official agency of the federal government, intentionally did not treat selected syphilitic Black men in Tuskegee, Alabama in order to study the effects of untreated sy...

His-Story: Black History’s Little Known Facts

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A discussion of the history made by Blacks that is typically left out of American textbooks. Also an examination of historian J.A. Rogers' research on the link between racialism on racism and its impact on humanity’s ...

Walk To Freedom

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June 23, 1963, in Detroit’s Cobo Hall, I intensely listened to Martin Luther King, Jr. deliver his famous “I Have A Dream” speech, for what many historians claim was the first time.  Dr. King was in Detroit for the “...