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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)

Beyond Blame

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When The Eagle Flies

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The Black Leadership Struggle

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Is the Black community witnessing a changing of the guard among its top leadership?  The New York Times magazine reported Rev. Al Sharpton as saying that Jesse Jackson’s star has fallen in the Black community, and he ...

Can the US Commission on Civil Rights do its Job as the Nation’s Conscious?

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The new chairman of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, Gerald Reynolds, discusses the future of the agency and addresses charges that the commission has outlived its usefulness.(2813)

Black Contract with America

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Why are an increasing number of leaders in the Black church moving toward what they call the New Black Church?  Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr., senior pastor of the Hope Christian Church in College Park, Maryland and fo...

Y2K Alarmist

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A 30% fall in the Dow Jones industrial average in 1999 and crashing computers will cause a worldwide recession, even a possible depression. Who would predict such doomsday events?  Only a Y2K alarmist who also happens...

How Do You Govern Yourself?

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Historically, there has been a link between Blacks in the Caribbean and the leadership of Black America that has its roots in the Caribbean.   Grenada Prime Minister Keith Mitchell, chairman of the Organisation of Eas...