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Who Killed Malcolm X?

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Part one of this special series in 1993 on Malcolm X digs deep into the series' archives to retrace 25-years of investigative reporting. Through interviews, rare footage of the slain leader and readings of actual cour...

When The Chickens Came Home To Roost — Part 1

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 Part I & II.   This is a one-hour version of the award-winning 1982 New York stage hit “When The Chickens Came Home To Roost,” written by Lawrence Holder and produced by Woodie King, Jr.  It stars Denzel Washingt...

The Black Valentino and Mae West

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Lorenzo Tucker, The Black Valentino of race movies shares personal and up-close moments in this interview. Lorenzo Tucker was one of the few silent film stars, Black or White, to survive the transition from silent to ...

Black Hollywood The Way It Was: The Middle Years – Pt. 3

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The Middle Years examines the history of independently produced Black movies and the establishment of a Black film era. "The Middle Years," picks up during the Depression years as independent filmmakers struggle for ...

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...

Asia and Blacks

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Historian and scholar Dr. Runoko Rashidi has researched the African presence globally and the African foundations of world civilizations. On this program, he exposes little-known facts about African origins in Asia. ...

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 ...