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Moms Mabley was a trailblazing African-American 20th century comedian known for warm yet raunchy stand-up routines and hit albums. “If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.”...

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She grew up as a young girl wanting to go into space. She would stare at the stars and wonder how she could get there. Starting off on the South Side of Chicago, Dr Mae...

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Most Americans never learn the true racial history of America. The numbers of lynchings and mass murders are too many to count, with only a fraction of them ever being acknowledged. This man did some...

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Did you know that most of the great cowboys many years ago were black or Latino?  We think Cowboys are mostly white, but that’s not true.  Watch this video and see the history of what...

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The funny thing about racism is that you almost never get to hear about everything that happened.  Most of what we are taught in school is just the tip of the iceberg.  Videos like this...

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Alex Haley did something very special to become a best-selling author. Here is a segment done on Haley in 1977 that talks about his enormous success. Check it out....

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There are quite a few media outlets that celebrate black athletes and entertainers.  However, what’s missing is that there is not a consistent mention of those black people who are doing amazing things in science,...

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Believe it or not, BB King turned 50 way back in 1975.  In the late 70s, he also made an appearance on the hit TV show, Sanford and Son.  Even back then, King was “the...

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Before you go spending your money on the hype that surrounds Black Friday and Cyber Mondays, look at this brief clip of Dr. Boyce Watkins on the Breakfast Club discussing what he knows best, and...

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Hank Aaron was one of the greatest athletes in history, and broke more records than most people can count. But it was tough playing in the segregated south, with racism hitting him at every turn....

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