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When you’re looking for answers to today’s racial problems, sometimes we can find the guidance from our elders who too have lived through the same issues. In this video clip, R& B singer D’Angelo speaks...

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Before she made an impact on the music industry with her strong and old school style of singing, recording artist Jazmine Sullivan appeared on the hit television show, “Showtime at the Apollo,” at only eleven...

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Dr. George Edward Alcorn, Jr. is famous for inventing the imaging X-ray spectrometer—a device used to identify materials through their visual X-ray spectra. In addition to being a world renowned inventor, he is also an...

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Rudy Lombard was a civil rights icon in his native Louisiana.  As a young man, he was arrested for leading New Orleans’ first anti-segregation sit-in at lunch counters.  What made Lombard remarkable is that he...

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Meet Dr. James West.  He was instrumental in developing and improving the microphone. Matter of fact, 90% of microphones used today are based off of Dr. West’s technology. There isn’t that much information on this...

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This performance of “Lost Voices” is entirely awesome. You have to take a look. It might be one of the most creative spoken word performances you’ve seen in quite a while. Check it out and...

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This woman’s performance of “Average Black Girl” was amazing and it really got the attention of the nation. Check her out and tell us what you think. Ernestine Johnson’s spoken word performance seems to put...

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By Andre Jones Franklin Roof, father of Dylann Roof — the young man who allegedly killed nine people at a Bible study group at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston on Wednesday — tells authorities...

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Reported by Robert Stitt When the country discusses racial division, it usually is not a division among those of the same ethnicity. Yet, in the heart of the civil rights era, Dr. Martin Luther King,...

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This interview by Professor Paul Butler might be the most powerful interview anyone has seen in the past several years.  On the Diane Rehm Show on NPR, Butler was addressed by a white woman who said that...

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