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  • After Words Cornel West
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    After Words with Cornel West

    Cornel West, editor of The Radical King, talked about Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, radical political thinking, a side of the late civil rights leader that the author argues has been…

  • emRace After Technologyem
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    Race After Technology

    Princeton University’s Ruha Benjamin took part in a discussion on her book, Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. In her book she argued that new technologies help…

  • Authors Discuss Race and Power in the US
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    Race and Power in America

    Tommie Shelby, author of Dark Ghettos, Elizabeth Hinton, author of The War on Poverty, and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, author of The Condemnation of Blackness, participated in a discussion on…

  • A Presidents First 100 Days
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    A President's First 100 Days

    Historians compared the first 100 days of previous presidents and talked about priorities for the new Trump administration. Some of the issues they spoke about included international policy,…

  • Discussion Focuses on President Obamas Civil Rights Legacy
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    President Obama's Civil Rights Legacy

    A panel of historians, authors and academics look at civil rights in the age of Obama and what’s ahead for the next administration. This was part of a recent conference on Race and Justice in the Age of Obama at the…

  • Conversation with Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad
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    Conversation with Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad

    Professor Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad participated in a discussion on writing about race. “A Conversation with Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad” was part of…

  • emFlorynce Flo Kennedyem
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    Florynce "Flo" Kennedy

    Professor Sherie Randolph talked about her book Florynce “Flo” Kennedy: The Life of a Black Feminist Radical, in which she discusses the life of Florynce “Flo” Kennedy, a leader in the…

  • Tour of the Schomburg Center
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    Tour of the Schomburg Center

    Book TV toured the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, part of the New York Public Library, based in Harlem, New York. During the tour, Director Khalil Gibran Muhammad discussed the…

  • History of Incarceration
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    History of Incarceration

    Panelists talked about the history of incarceration and prison reform in the Unites States. The panelists examined different trends in prison structure and inmate control from the early…

  • Panel Discussion on Economics
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    Panel Discussion on Economics

    Panelists at the Harlem Book Fair talked about economics. Dalton Conley is the author of Being Black, Living in the Red: Race, Wealth, and Social Policy in America, William Tabb is the author of The…

  • Pamela Newkirk on emSpectacleem
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    Pamela Newkirk discusses her book, Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga, with Khalil Gibran Muhammad, director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. “Pride and Prejudice: More…

  • Discussion on Historical Perspectives on Ferguson Missouri
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    Understanding the Ferguson Protests

    Historians talked about the history of race relations in Ferguson, Missouri, and methods for teaching about race and protest. They also discussed the historical relationship between racial…

  • State of AfricanAmerican Literature
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    State of African-American Literature

    Malaika Adero talked about the state of African-American literature, as well as its history, significance, and traditions. “The State of African American Literature” was a talk at the 2014 Harlem…

  • 2014 Harlem Book Fair Opening Remarks
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    2014 Harlem Book Fair Opening Remarks

    Max Rodriguez and Khalil Muhammad made opening and welcoming remarks at the beginning of session of the 2014 Harlem Book Fair at the Langston Hughes Auditorium in the New York Public…

  • Emancipation and the Great Migration
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    Emancipation and the Great Migration

    Participants talked about the Emancipation Proclamation and its impact on African American culture and society in America from the Civil War through Reconstruction, and later the Great Migration…

  • emAmerican Tapestryem
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    American Tapestry

    Rachel Swarns presents a genealogy of first lady Michelle Obama’s family. Ms. Swarns reports that Mrs. Obama’s ancestry is multiracial and is composed of those who fought in the American Revolution and Civil…

  • 2012 Presidential Election Panel
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    2012 Presidential Election Panel

    A panel discussion was held on the growth of the wealth gap between black and white families in the United States. Topics included the effect on the 2012 presidential election of changes in the attitudes of…

  • emI Must Resist Bayard Rustins Life in Lettersem
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    I Must Resist: Bayard Rustin's Life in Letters

    Michael Long presents a collection of over 150 letters from civil rights leader, Bayard Rustin (1912-1987), who was an organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, an adviser to Martin Luther King, Jr., and an…

  • emThe Riot Within My Journey From Rebellion to Redemptionem
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    The Riot Within: My Journey From Rebellion to Redemption

    Rodney King talked about his childhood as well as his life in the days and years following the video recording of his beating by the Los Angeles police on March 3, 1991. Mr. King recalled the riots in…

  • 100th Anniversary of the Election of 1912
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    100th Anniversary of the Election of 1912

    Georgetown history professor Michael Kazin and director of the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center Khalil Muhammad were interviewed about the significance of the election that had…

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