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    Growing Up X

    Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of the late civil rights activists Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, discussed her coming of age memoir, Growing Up X, published by One World. It details her childhood…

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    Social Impact of Music Violence

    Members of the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring and the District of Columbia heard testimony concerning the social impact of music with violent themes. Raymond Kuntz…

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    What Democrats are Fighting For

    After remarks by Delores Tucker, chair of the Political Congress of Black Women, the speakers discussed ways to regain Democratic votes in the 1998 elections and beyond, and enumerated the…

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    U.S.-Caribbean Relations

    Civil rights activist and U.S. ambassador-designate to Jamaica Shirley Chisholm spoke to a meeting of black women on her agenda for U.S. foreign policy concerning countries in the…

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    30th Anniversary March on Washington

    Civil rights activists spoke from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the 30th Anniversary March on Washington entitled, “Jobs, Justice and Peace.” The march, whose participants…

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    Sojourner Truth Crusade

    Participants talked to reporters about a campaign to include Sojourner Truth in a monument to the women’s suffrage movement in the U.S. Capitol. Following their remarks they answered…

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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…

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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…

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    Race and Gender Town Hall Meeting

    Participants discussed many issues associated with race and gender, including rap music, religion, education, and ways in which black women can affect politics. They stressed that the…

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    Racism and Gender in the 21st Century

    Panelists discussed issues relating to racism and gender in society, which was part of the National Political Congress of Black Women’s annual convention. Julianne Malveaux, Radio Talk Show…

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    African-American Women in Government

    Carol Moseley-Braun, the first African-American in the U.S. Senate, spoke to a luncheon gathering. She examined how progress by African-American women is nonlinear as obstacles and…

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    Affirmative Action

    Attorney General Reno spoke at the national conference of the National Political Congress of Black Women. She outlined the Clinton administration’s support for ensuring diversity in…

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    Newspaper Roundtable

    During the newspaper roundtable of the Washington Journal, C. Delores Tucker and Wayne LaPierre talked about current news stories of interest to them and took viewer calls.

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    Washington Journal: Sunday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Secretary of Labor Confirmation

    After meeting with Erskine Bowles, representatives of women’s, labor and other groups talked to reporters. They stressed their support for President Clinton’s Secretary of Labor nominee,…

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    Devolution Issues

    During a luncheon speech for the National Political Congress of Black Women, Senator Carol Moseley-Braun D-Illinois, spoke about the the proper size and scope of the federal government.

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    Washington Journal: Tuesday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with newsmakers, journalists and legislators; and viewer comments by telephone, faxes and…

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    African-American Women's Leadership Awards

    The NPCBW gave awards to six African-American women who have shown leadership in government or community service. Honorees such as Energy Secretary O’Leary addressed African-American…

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    African-American Issues

    Vice President Al Gore spoke about issues affecting African-American communities, including education, the role of government and other topics.

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    African-American Women's Status

    Panelists discuss the status of African-American women and how their position in society can be advanced. They also take questions from the audience.

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