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  • Martin Luther King Jr Assassination 50th Anniversary Commemoration
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    Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination 50th Anniversary Commemoration

    An outdoor service from Memphis commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. The ceremony at the National Civil Rights Museum’s plaza in front of the…

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  • After Words with DL Hughley
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    After Words with D.L. Hughley

    Comedian and actor D.L. Hughley shared his thoughts on race in America. He’s interviewed by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY).

    599 views
  • Martin Luther King Jrs Mountaintop Speech 50th Anniversary
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    Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Mountaintop" Speech 50th Anniversary

    A ceremony commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.'s “Mountaintop” speech at the Mason Temple in Memphis the night before his assassination. In the speech, he reaffirmed his dedication to nonviolent…

    1,094 views
  • emWhat Truth Sounds Likeem
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    What Truth Sounds Like

    Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson recounted the meeting between Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and author and activist James Baldwin on May 24, 1963, held in the hopes…

    761 views
  • emTo the Promised Landem
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    To the Promised Land

    University of Washington history and humanities professor Michael Honey recounted Martin Luther King, Jr.'s fight for economic equality.

    451 views
  • emA Girl Stands at the Doorem
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    A Girl Stands at the Door

    Rutgers University history professor Rachel Devlin looked at the desegregation of American public schools through the actions of young women throughout the country.

    491 views
  • After Words with James Swanson
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    After Words with James Swanson

    James Swanson retraced events leading up to the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. He is interviewed by Jesse Holland, author and race and ethnicity writer for the Associated Press.

    912 views
  • emLighting the Fires of Freedomem
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    Lighting the Fires of Freedom

    Janet Dewart Bell provided a history of African American women in the Civil Rights Movement.

    311 views
  • American Bar Association Annual Meeting Trump Administration Policy Agenda
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    American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Trump Administration Policy Agenda

    Policy advocates talked about Trump administration’s policies in areas affecting transgender military service, people with disabilities and the criminal justice system. Sixth Circuit Court…

    84 views
  • Middle East Ambassadors Discuss ISIS Attacks on Religious Minorities
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    ISIS Threat to Religious and Ethnic Minorities

    Iraq’s Ambassador to the U.S. and the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Representative to the U.S. joined a discussion on the aftermath of the 2014 ISIS attacks against religious and ethnic…

    105 views
  • emGodem
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    God

    Reza Aslan discussed his book, God: A Human History, at the 23rd annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

    581 views
  • emBelieve Meem
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    Believe Me

    History professor John Fea examined the history of evangelism in America and offered his thoughts on why some conservative evangelicals support President Trump.

    432 views
  • Panelists Discuss Role of Civil Society in US Foreign Policy
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    Non-Governmental Agencies and Foreign Policy

    The Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion on the role of civil society in U.S. foreign policy. More specifically, speakers provided recommendations aimed at improving workforce…

    197 views
  • emDont Be a Suckerem
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    Don't Be a Sucker

    Produced by the Department of War in 1947, this dramatized film uses the experience of a Hungarian American to warn against the dangers of persecuting minorities. Reacting to a hate-filled…

    1,749 views
  • Jackson Foundation and Museum
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    Jackson Foundation and Museum

    In the 1960s, Martin Luther King, Jr. often visited the Jackson family home in Selma, Alabama. It was in the family’s living room where he watched President Johnson urge Congress to pass the Voting Rights…

    115 views
  • emOutem
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    Out

    In Out: A Courageous Woman’s Journey, Lou Anne Smoot shared the struggle of hiding her homosexuality in Texas for 60 years and how she built the courage to come out. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

    359 views
  • Unite the Right Marks Anniversary of Charlottesville Protest
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    Anniversary of Charlottesville Protest

    Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an event to mark the anniversary of the group’s first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Several of his supporters…

    2,214 views
  • DC United Against Hate Holds Counterprotest in Washington DC
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    D.C. United Against Hate Counterprotest

    DC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white nationalists rally marking the anniversary of their first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. There were two…

    2,201 views
  • emNo Ashes in the Fireem
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    No Ashes in the Fire

    CASSIUS editor-at-large Darnell Moore spoke with panelists about his memoir, No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America, in which he detailed his life and journey to…

    319 views
  • Washington Journal Angie Beeman on Race Relations in New York City
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    Angie Beeman on Race Relations in New York City

    Baruch College Professor Angie Beeman spoke via Skype about the state of relations in New York City four years since the chokehold death of Eric Garner by New York City Police Department…

    108 views
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