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Black Paper on White Racism Part 2 (1971) 0    0

Continuing its analysis of institutional racism, Black Journal invites Dr. Alvin Poussaint, Dan Watts, and Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) to discuss racism in terms of psychological development, cul...

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Amos N. Wilson | Issues of Identity Crisis in the Black Comm... 0    0

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrAmosWilson Phone: (718) 462-1830 Website: https://www.AfrikanWorldInfoSystems.co­

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Fear of the black hat 0    0

A mockumentary chronicling the rise and fall of NWH, a not particularly talented--or particularly bright but always controversial--hip-hop group.

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Sally Hemings (2000) | Documentary 0    0

Cable TV biography of Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson's slave with whom he bore six children. Shared for historical purposes. I do not own the rights. ##### Sarah "Sally&a...

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Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed (1968) 0    0

Of Black America was a series of seven one-hour documentaries presented by CBS News in the summer of 1968, at the end of the Civil Rights Movement and during a time of racial unrest (Martin Luther Kin...

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Mr. Civil Rights: The Rise and Fall of Adam Clayton Powell, ... 0    0

Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. (November 29, 1908 -- April 4, 1972) was an American politician and pastor who represented Harlem, New York City, in the United States House of Representatives (1945--71). Abo...

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In this 1963 CBS News special, the late Harry Reasoner examines the economic and political scene in Harlem, a study in miniature of black leadership in conflict and crisis throughout America. Reaso...

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Civil Rights Movement: The North (1963) 0    0

Peabody Award winning news report from 1963(co-hosted by Bob Teague) examining race and segregation in Chicago, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland. From the Internet Archive. ##### Reelblack...

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The Ocoee Massacre: The Truth Laid Bare 0    0

It’s taken nearly 100 years for healing to begin from the 1920 Ocoee massacre. Somewhere between the evil of that night and the long-overdue commemorations of today are timeless lessons you might no...

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VIDEO: The story one of the worst robberies in American hist... 0    0

We add new stories on our site every day: https://www.unstrippedvoice.com ------ Check out how much money was "lost" from free slaves after the American Civil War....

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The Legacy of Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers 0    0

Myrlie Evers, Medgar's widow and chair of the Medgar; Myrlie Evers Institute, heads a panel that also includes Julian Bond, former chairman of the NAACP, and Jerry Mitchell, an investigative reporter ...

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Medgar Evers | Activist, Veteran, Father | 0    0

Medgar Evers was an activist in the American south that fought for equal rights. On June 12th, 1963, he was assassinated by Byron De La Beckwith. In 1964, Beckwith was tried twice for the murder of Ev...

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The 'Mississippi Burning' and Clyde Kennard Cases 0    0

THE G-MAN INTERVIEWS: BARRY BRADFORD President’s Award Recipient and Acclaimed Historian Explains Why Every American Should Know About the Events **FAIR USE NOTICE** These Videos May Conta...

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The Real Malcolm X (1992) | Betty Shabazz Dick Gregory Dan ... 0    0

"CBS News announced it would examine the myths and facts of Malcolm X in a news special, "Malcolm X: The Real Story," to be broadcast Thursday, Dec. ...

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Black Natchez is about a genteel Southern town and two bombings a year and a half apart. The first bombing in August 1965 injured local NAACP president George Metcalfe. The second on February 27, 1967...

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There is discrimination against black servicemen both on and off US military bases overseas, this month's Black Journal program concludes. Filmed on location in Vietnam, black servicemen are interview...

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Body and Soul: Body (1968) | African-Americans in Sports 0    0

Body and Soul, Part I: Body (1968) An examination of the Black American's contribution to sports in America is reported by Harry Reasoner. Harry Edwards, leader of those who threatened an Olympic G...

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The Racial Wealth Gap and Banking (+ the USPS) | LET’S CON... 0    0

Banks across the country are closing branches – often in Black and Brown communities. And if you don’t have access to a bank, you’re left with costly alternatives like check cashing and payday l...

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African Americans and the War | Looking Over Jordan | NPT 0    0

The Civil War began as a means of preserving the Union. But to nearly four million African Americans, it held a much more personal promise. As Northern armies swept south, self-emancipated sl...

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The Racist History Behind the U.S. Racial Wealth Gap | Doha ... 0    0

Generations of slavery, followed by predatory financial practices and housing discrimination, have stolen opportunities — and billions of dollars — from Black Americans and widened the U.S. racial...

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A 150-year-old bank failure may still be haunting Black comm... 0    0

review.chicagobooth.edu | Established in 1865, the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company, or Freedman’s Bank, gave tens of thousands of former slaves access to financial services for the first time...

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