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One-On-One with Lester Thurow Pt.1

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In a series of specials on "Making America Work For U. S.," host Tony Brown interviews MIT dean and professor Dr. Lester Thurow, author of Head To Head: The Coming Economic Battle.  In his newest book, Dr. Thurow give...

A Star Controversy

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In the 1970s, Star Parker was a delinquent teenager, mixed up with crime and drugs.  Life on county aid was far from impoverished - she was able to lounge in her own Jacuzzi, party at Venice Beach, bring in extra inco...

Honor At Last

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Tony Brown discusses Black War Veterans finally receive Medals of Honor (1997). Guests: Retired Army Captain Jehu Hunter, President, 92nd Div WWII Assn; and Harry Brown, Master Sgt, 92nd Division.   2002

An A-1 Threat

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Tony Brown and guests discuss Angela Thompson and  NY State A-1 Felony Laws. Guests: Emily Antley, Angela Thompson Supporter; Jeffery Jones, President, Help 4U Services, Group; and Jerome Marks, Retired NY Supreme ...

Hunting The Virus Hunter – Pt. 1

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Dr. Peter Duesberg (renowned virologist) and Elinor Burkett (Miami Herald, reporter) discuss HIV, AIDS and AZT. 1410

Hunting The Virus Hunter – Pt. 2

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Dr. Peter Duesberg (renowned virologist) and Elinor Burkett (Miami Herald, reporter) discuss HIV, AIDS and AZT. 1411

Is Self-Help A Myth?

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Guests: Rhonda Robinson, Pres., Ohio Black Expo; Evelyn Flewellen, Managing Director, Ohio Black Expo; and Rick Singletary, Entrepreneur 1420

Why Don’t Blacks Do Well In Science?

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Guests: Dr. William Hogan, II, VP Medtronics; Dr. Margaret Seagears, Director, Historically Black Research University Foundation and Dr. Edward Fort, Chancellor NC A&T 1419

Gone But Not Forgotten

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They are no longer with us, but their work and accomplishments are still impacting on the lives of the people that they touched.  They are the heroes who turn into legends and forever etch their wonders in the annuals...

The Longest Struggle: The History of the NAACP

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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was born “in a little room” in a New York apartment in 1909. It was conceived, however, in the adversity of racism, in the “deplorable conditions”...