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  • President Trump Holds African American History Month Listening Session
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    Black History Month Listening Session

    President Donald Trump spoke to reporters before a meeting to mark the first day of Black History Month with religious leaders, political analysts, and early supporters of his campaign from the…

  • Race Relations in America
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    Race Relations in America

    Mycal Denzel Smith and Armstrong Williams talked about race in America after the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. They responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Elizabeth Dias talked…

  • Life and Legacy of Thurgood Marshall Panel 1
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    Life and Legacy of Thurgood Marshall, Panel 1

    A panel discussion was held on the legacy of Thurgood Marshall, the first black U.S. Supreme Court Justice. The panelists speculated on what Justice Marshall’s opinions would be on current issues, and talked…

  • emBeyond Blameem
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    Beyond Blame

    Mr. Williams discussed his recent book, Beyond Blame: How We Can Succeed by Breaking the Dependency Barrier, published by the Free Press. It focuses on two aspects of blame in U.S. society.…

  • Election 2000 Issues Debate
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    Election 2000 Issues Debate

    After remarks by members of Congress, Professor Walters and Mr. Armstrong debated African-American issues, both conservative and liberal, in the 2000 presidential election. They also…

  • Million Family March
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    Million Family March

    Thousands gathered on the national mall to renew their commitment to family solidarity and to advocate a number of causes. In a lengthy speech Mr. Farrakhan spoke about a variety of issues…

  • AfricanAmericans and the 2000 Elections
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    African-Americans and the 2000 Elections

    Participants talked about strategies for grassroots organizing for the Republican Party in the African-American community. After their comments they answered questions from the audience.

  • Ebonics in Education
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    Ebonics in Education

    Committee members heard testimony concerning the role of Ebonics, or African-American Vernacular English, in educating African-American students. The Oakland school board originally passed a resolution…

  • Midterm Elections Impact for Minorities
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    Midterm Elections Impact for Minorities

    Participants talked about the reasons for the Repubulican victory in the midterm elections, including several issues on which the Democrats apparently disagreed with the public. They also…

  • Issues Facing Black America
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    Issues Facing Black America

    The participants announced the formation of a coalition of African-Americans to discuss such issues as health care, welfare, the economy and Haiti. The magazine is hosting a two-day…

  • The Right Side
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    The Right Side

    The Heritage Foundation hosts a discussion on race relations in the U.S. This program is a simulcast of a WOL radio program hosted by Armstrong Williams. Mr. Williams is a conservative…