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Dr. Martin Luther King

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Tony Brown’s Journal program #2702 is my essay on Martin Luther King, Jr. (TBJ #2702 – “Tony Brown’s Essay on Martin Luther King”) It’s a story of reality, truth, vision, courage and transformation on the one hand an...

The Destruction of Black Civilization

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Dr. Chancellor Williams explains his focus on the psychology of Black Americans and its link to Africa’s decline.

Gen. Frank E. Petersen: A Real Tough Guy

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A profile in the courage of Frank E. Petersen, the first Black general to wear Marine Green. Guest: General Frank E. Peterson (302)

Gen. Daniel “Chappie” James

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Moving in tandem with American history, the bold and brave first Black four-star general of the U. S. Air Force, Daniel “Chappie” James, in a rare historic television appearance on Tony Brown’s Journal, offered to hi...

Lionel Hampton: A Grace Note

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Musician extraordinaire Lionel Hampton died on August 31, 2002, at the age of 94. This program chronicles his legacy as a musician, statesman, humanitarian and close friend of the Bush family. Tony Brown also remember...

Man and Woman

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Nena O’Neill, author of “The Marriage Premise,” examines relationships between Black men and women in society. Guest: Ruby Dee.   102

Character Is Power: An “Anabolic” Concept

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Booker T. Washington, in many ways, embodies the spirit of all of Black higher education. He was an educator and statesman, and he is Hampton University's most famous graduate and founder of Tuskegee Institute in 188...

The AIDS Maverick

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Virologist Dr. Peter Duesberg emerged has one of the scientific community’s brightest talents when he discovered the viral gene that can cause cancer. This program examines his research and his controversial stance on...

The Art of Jon Lockard and African Origins In History

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“After several centuries of living in their new homeland, Canaan, the Israelites took on more and more of the cultural trappings of their Canaanite neighbors. The Egyptian characters accumulated more and more Canaani...

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 ...