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    Montgomery Voting Rights Rally 50th Anniversary

    Bernice King spoke at a commemorative ceremony for the 50th anniversary of the March 25, 1965, voting rights rally in Montgomery, Alabama.

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    State of Black Women in America

    Melanie Campbell talked about the state of black women in America. She talked about the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation’s 4th Annual Black Women’s…

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    Book Discussion on Frank

    Former Representative Barney Frank (D-MA) talked about his memoir Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage, in which he recounts his life and political career.…

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    Book Discussion on The Hero's Fight

    Patricia Fernandez-Kelly talked about her book The Hero’s Fight: African Americans in West Baltimore and the Shadow of the State, in which she looks at the way the urban poor in…

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    Book Discussion on The Second Creek War

    John Ellisor talked about his book, The Second Creek War: Interethnic Conflict and Collusion on a Collapsing Frontier, about the conflict that arose when the federal government attempted to…

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    LGBT Employees and Workplace Discrimination

    Government officials and activists discussed the scope of federal protection against workplace discrimination for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans. Officials…

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    Open Phones with Luis Urrea

    Luis Alberto Urrea, author of Tijuana Book of the Dead and The Devil’s Highway: A True Story, talked about his books and responded to viewer questions and comments. He was interviewed…

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    Open Phones

    Headlines from the day’s newspapers were read and telephone lines were open for viewer comments on the topic: “Minority Vote in 2016.” The lines were divided between…

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    Alice Dunnigan, Ethel Payne, and the Black Press

    Carol Booker, who edited Alice Dunnigan’s autobiography, Alone Atop the Hill, and James McGrath Morris, author of Eye on the Struggle, a biography of Ethel Payne, talked about the two…

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    Book Discussion on A Chosen Exile

    Allyson Hobbs talked about her book A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life, in which she examines the lives of African Americans who chose to pass as white between the…

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    American Indian Stereotypes in Sports

    Panelists talked about the controversy over sports team mascots and other instances of American Indian stereotypes. The participants included a former National Football League (NFL)…

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    Selma's 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights March

    David Jackson joined by phone to talk about President Obama’s visit to Selma, Alabama, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the police attack on civil rights marchers at the Edmund…

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    Congressional Black Caucus on Ferguson, Missouri, Investigation

    Members of the Congressional Black Caucus spoke to reporters about the release that day of the results of the Department of Justice’s investigation into the fatal police shooting of…

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    Book Discussion on The Political Roots of Racial Tracking in American Criminal Justice

    Professor Nina Moore talked about her book, The Political Roots of Racial Tracking in American Criminal Justice, about the role that the public and public-policy makers have played in…

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    Professor David Rice on Black Identity

    In remarks to Wellesley College students Morehouse College psychology professor and author David Rice talked about racism, stereotypes, and the portrayal of black women in the media. He…

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    Q&A with Jan Jarboe Russell

    Jan Jarboe Russell talked about her book, The Train to Crystal City: FDR’s Secret Prisoner Exchange and America’s Only Family Internment Camp During World War II, about the…

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    African-American History

    Museum staff and participants in the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s “Save Our African American Treasures” event spoke about the museum and the…

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    Japanese American National Museum

    Bill Shishima gave a tour of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles Little Tokyo. Mr. Shishima was born in Little Tokyo in 1930 and spent three years at Heart…

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    Press and Japanese Internment in World War II

    Professor Richard Reeves talked about the internment experiences of the Japanese on the U.S. West coast and how the press fueled hysteria over sabotage. He spoke about how the…

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    Q&A with Thomas Allen Harris

    Thomas Allen Harris talked about his film, Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People, in which he explores how African-Americans have been portrayed in…

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