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Black Politics in New Deal Atlanta

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21 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About D’Angelo

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A Personal And Political History Of The Afro

Michigan University professor, Gretchen Spreitzer, talks how to navigate de-energizing relationships in the workplace.
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Black History Month: A Look Back At Adam Clayton Powell, Junior

A look back at a nearly forgotten man, the former Harlem Congressman, and Pastor of the oldest Black Protestant church in New York, Adam Clayton Powell, Junior. This segment includes an interview with the former New York City Councilman, and State Assembly member, Adam Clayton Powell, the Fourth, one of his surviving sons who joined us at Sahara TV’s New York studios.Read more…

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Elected Officials Call For Unity After Attack In Williamsburg Of Black Fashion Student

Legendary blues musician B.B. Kingdied on Thursday at the age of 89. His death marks a solemn moment for his countless fans but also reinvigorate memories of his magnificent music and remarkable contributions to African-American history and culture.
Known for his trademark guitar skills and smooth vocals, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer redefined the blues genre for over 65 years. He hasRead more…

History of the Black Panther Party: Huey Newton and the Price of Black Power in America (1994)

This weekend I’m off to Ferguson again to help build bridges in a community where the history between police and African American citizens are broken. The irony is that similar bridges are out in my own backyard. Over the last week there have been boiling over riots here in Baltimore.
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