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Basic Black LIVE: The Congressional Black Caucus, Faculty Diversity and Tavis vs. Rev. Sharpton

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast February 25, 2010)  This week we take a look at the corporate connections of the Congressional Black Caucus, the challenges faced by professors of color in pursuit of tenure, and the public feud between Tavis Smiley and Rev. Al Sharpton.

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Basic Black Live: Are women of color left out the "women's agenda"?

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics


In acknowledgment of Women’s History Month Basic Black presents a Women’s Roundtable. This special presentation will be a conversation on the issues and concerns of women of color coming out of the political landscape in this presidential election year. In addition to the wealth income gap and health care reform, we’ll dig deep on issues such as reproductive rights, women of color in political life, and setting the "women's agenda.'"  Our panel featured Anita Hill, Lani Guinier, and Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz (D-MA).


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Basic Black Live After The Broadcast: Women of Color Roundtable

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

After the broadcast, the conversation continued with a focus on women in politics and affirmative action.
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Basic Black Live: Are women of color left out the "women's agenda"?

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics


In acknowledgment of Women’s History Month Basic Black presents a Women’s Roundtable. This special presentation will be a conversation on the issues and concerns of women of color coming out of the political landscape in this presidential election year. In addition to the wealth income gap and health care reform, we’ll dig deep on issues such as reproductive rights, women of color in political life, and setting the "women's agenda.'"  Our panel featured Anita Hill, Lani Guinier, and Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz (D-MA).


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Basic Black Live: Are women of color left out the "women's agenda"?

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics


In acknowledgment of Women’s History Month Basic Black presents a Women’s Roundtable. This special presentation will be a conversation on the issues and concerns of women of color coming out of the political landscape in this presidential election year. In addition to the wealth income gap and health care reform, we’ll dig deep on issues such as reproductive rights, women of color in political life, and setting the "women's agenda.'"  Our panel featured Anita Hill, Lani Guinier, and Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz (D-MA).


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Victory at Home & Abroad: Race and The U.S. Armed Services

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

May 23, 2014

From the valor of the 54th  Massachusetts regiment, to the commanding presence of General Colin Powell, to the overwhelmingly African American, Asian, and Latino volunteer troops -- people of color have had a complicated experience in America’s military.  Tonight on Basic Black, a Memorial Day conversation about historical and contemporary experience of people of color and serving in the US armed forces.

 

 

(Photo source: Army OneSource)

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Victory At Home & Abroad: Race in the U.S. Armed Services

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

May 23, 2014

From the valor of the 54th  Massachusetts regiment, to the commanding presence of General Colin Powell, to the overwhelmingly African American, Asian, and Latino volunteer troops --  people of color have had a complicated experience in America’s military.  Tonight on Basic Black, a Memorial Day conversation about historical and contemporary experience of people of color and serving in the US armed forces.


 

(Photo source: Army OneSource)

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Basic Black After The Broadcast: Race in the US Armed Forces

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

May 23, 2014

After the broadcast, the conversation explored contmeporary challenges for active and veteran military soldiers such as economic hardships, impact on family, mental health, physical injury, and the effects of PTSD.

 

 

(Photo source: National Archives)

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2008 Postelection Roundtable

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Joining guest host Callie Crossley to discuss Barack Obama's election to the presidency are Massachusetts State Representative Linda Dorcena Forry, former ABC News anchor and senior correspondent Carole Simpson, Peniel Joseph, associate professor of Africana studies at Brandeis University, and Howard Manly, executive editor of the Bay State Banner.

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Basic Black LIVE

Black Boston | Politics

Basic Black discusses the arrest of renowned Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. at his home in Cambridge, Mass.  (Originally broadcast July23, 2009)

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