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    Book Discussion on Blind Conceit

    Star Parker talked about her book, Blind Conceit: Politics and Racial Polarization. Ms. Parker was interviewed at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held in Las Vegas.

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    Young Black Male Experience in New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Jarvis DeBerry moderated a discussion about the experience of young, African-American males in New Orleans.  “Young, Black and Male in New Orleans” was part of the day-long…

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    DeRay McKesson on Police Reform and Community Relations

    DeRay McKesson talked about his work and efforts to reform policing following several high-profile fatal shootings of unarmed African-American men by police.

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    Women in Afghanistan

    Charlotte Ponticelli, a former State Department international consultant, talked about priorities, challenges, and the progress of Afghan women after the fall of the Taliban. After her…

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    International LGBT Rights and ISIS

    Ambassador Samantha Power spoke to reporters following the United Nations Security Council’s first-ever meeting on LGBT rights and the acts of abuse and violence committed by ISIS*…

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    Separation of Church and State

    Reverend Barry Lynn talked about his new book, God and Government: Twenty-Five Years of Fighting for Equality, Secularism, and Freedom Of Conscience. Topics included the First Amendment,…

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    Life and Legacy of Arthur Ashe

    Professor Eric Allen Hall spoke about professional tennis player Arthur Ashe’s personal life, career, and involvement in the Civil Rights movement in both the United States and South…

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    Panel Discussion on Civil Rights History

    Panelists talked about the history of civil rights in America. The panel was moderated by Robby Luckett, director of the Margaret Walker Center for the Study of the African-American…

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    Defense Secretary Ashton Carter News Conference

    Defense Secretary Ashton Carter briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of military-related issues, including the future of the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and the…

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    Partnership with Police

    Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones talked by video from Richmond, Virginia, about his city’s partnership with the police, his approach to managing a majority-black city, and what he had…

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    Policing After Ferguson

    Alfred Durham talked by video from Richmond, Virginia, about the state of community policing, lessons learned from police involved shootings, and the role of community outreach following…

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    Book Discussion on Enabling Acts

    Lennard Davis talked about his book, Enabling Acts: The Hidden Story of How the Americans with Disabilities Act Gave the Largest U.S. Minority Its Rights, about the impact of the Americans…

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    50th Anniversary of the Watts Riots

    Gerald Horne talked by video from Raeigh, North Carolina, about the 50th anniversary of the Watts riots in Los Angeles, which erupted August 11, 1965, following the arrest of a black man…

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    Book Discussion on Our Crime Was Being Jewish

    Anthony Pitch talked about his book Our Crime Was Being Jewish: Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Stories, in which he presents the accounts of 358 Holocaust survivors. He…

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    After Words with Senator Claire McCaskill

    Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) talked about her memoir, Plenty Ladylike. She was interviewed by Politico editor Susan Glasser.

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    Black Internationalism in the 1940s

    Keisha Blain talked about African American efforts to create international organizations to work against racism. She was interviewed at the Society for Historians of American Foreign…

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    Diversity Among Elected Officials

    Panelists talked about ways to increase race and gender diversity among elected officials, as well as the challenges facing minority candidates. They discussed a study from county and…

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    Race Relations Town Hall

    WUSA9-TV correspondent Bruce Johnson hosted a town hall on the state of race relations in the United States with invited panelists and members of the audience. Video segments were…

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    Bishop John Richard Bryant on Charleston Church Shootings

    The Right Reverend John Richard Bryant spoke about race relations in America, focusing on the June 17, 2015, shooting at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in which nine…

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    Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton Press Availability

    2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke to reporters following a town hall meeting in Exeter High School on college affordability and student loan debt in Exeter, New…

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