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  • In Depth with Heather Mac Donald
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    In Depth with Heather Mac Donald

    Author Heather Mac Donald talked about her books and took viewer questions. Ms. Mac Donald is the author of several books, including The Burden of Bad Ideas, The War on Cops, and, most…

    4,324 views
  • Washington Journal Will Carless Discusses His Reporting on Law Enforcement  Online Hate Groups
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    Will Carless on Law Enforcement and Online Hate Groups

    Reveal reporter Will Carless talked about his piece about hundreds of active-duty and retired law enforcement officers being members of online hate groups.

    367 views
  • NYU Conference on Race and Technology Part 5
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    NYU Conference on Race and Technology, Part 5

    New York University hosted an all-day conference in Washington, D.C., on race and technology. In this portion of the discussion, two professors studying the intersections of race and…

    166 views
  • QA with Heather McGhee
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    Q&A with Heather McGhee

    Heather McGhee talked about her August 2016 appearance on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” program in which a call from a white man in North Carolina who said he was prejudiced started a…

    3,727 views
  • House Judiciary Subcommittee Examines Case for Slavery Reparations
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    Hearing on Slavery Reparations

    Actor Danny Glover, author Ta-Nehisi Coates, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), and others testified on slavery reparations before a House Judiciary subcommittee. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), who…

    24,668 views
  • NYU Conference on Race and Technology Part 4
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    NYU Conference on Race and Technology, Part 4

    New York University hosted an all-day conference in Washington, D.C., on race and technology. In this portion of the discussion, panelists talked about how such internet-based platforms as…

    189 views
  • Escaped Slaves in Detroit
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    Escaped Slaves in Detroit

    The first race riots in Detroit happened in 1833. Those riots were sparked by the imprisonment of Thornton and Rutha Blackburn, an African American coupled who had escaped from slavery. Historian and tour…

    530 views
  • emWhose Detroitem
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    Whose Detroit?

    In her book Whose Detroit?, Heather Ann Thompson examined the racial and political tensions that plagued Detroit for much of the 20th century and how these continued tensions led to an uprising in 1967.…

    129 views
  • NYU Conference on Race and Technology Part 1
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    NYU Conference on Race and Technology, Part 1

    New York University hosted an all-day conference in Washington, D.C., on race and technology. In this portion of the discussion, academics talked about privacy rights, artificial…

    421 views
  • NYU Conference on Race and Technology Part 3
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    NYU Conference on Race and Technology, Part 3

    New York University hosted an all-day conference in Washington, D.C., on race and technology. In this portion of the discussion, experts and panelists talked about the intersections of…

    78 views
  • QA with Daryl Davis
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    Q&A with Daryl Davis

    Daryl Davis talked about his efforts over the past 30 years to befriend members of the Ku Klux Klan to try to understand their hatred and to convince them that they are wrong.

    3,654 views
  • emWhat Doesnt Kill You Makes You Blackerem
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    What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker

    Damon Young, a writer and The Root’s VerySmartBrothas.com co-founder, talked about his book What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker: A Memoir in Essays, on race and culture in America. He…

    345 views
  • emHow We Fight White Supremacyem
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    How We Fight White Supremacy

    Colorlines editors Akiba Solomon and Kenrya Rankin talked about their book, How We Fight White Supremacy: A Field Guide to Black Resistance, in which they explored structural racism and how…

    294 views
  • After Words with Jennifer Eberhardt
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    After Words with Jennifer Eberhardt

    Stanford University Professor Jennifer Eberhardt talked about her book, Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do, in which she offered her insights on…

    1,681 views
  • Senator James Lankford on 1921 Tulsa Massacre
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    Senator James Lankford on 1921 Tulsa Massacre

    Senator James Lankford (R-OK) spoke about the upcoming 98th anniversary of the Tulsa race riots. This program was pre-empted by a live event and is not available in its entirety.

    18 views
  • House Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Hate Crimes
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    Hate Crimes and White Nationalism

    The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the rise in the number of hate crimes and growth of white nationalism. The FBI said 2018 was the third consecutive year of increase. Facebook and…

    56,226 views
  • Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law on Hate Crimes
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    Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law on Hate Crimes

    The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law hosted a panel discussion on hate crimes and a rise in white supremacist attacks in the U.S. They talked about a national rise in hate…

    267 views
  • Washington Journal Kristen Clarke Discusses Hate Crime  Rise in White Nationalism
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    Kristen Clarke on Hate Crimes and White Nationalism

    Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law President & Executive Director Kristen Clarke discusses her testimony last month focusing on the rise in hate crimes and white nationalism.

    539 views
  • emMalawis Sistersem
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    Malawi's Sisters

    Melanie Hatter, author of Malawi’s Sisters, talked about race and crime in America.

    199 views
  • Washington Journal Dr Jonathan Metzl Discusses Racial Resentment  Impact on Public Health
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    Dr. Jonathan Metzl on Racial Resentment and Impact on Public Health

    Vanderbilt University’s Dr. Jonathan Metzl talked about his book, Dying of Whiteness, that looks at racial resentment and its impact on public health.

    862 views
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