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Basic Black Live: Countdown To The Massachusetts Race for Governor

Black Boston | Business | Health | Politics

(Originally broadcast October 28, 2010)  Our panel looks at all the issues in play with less than a week to go before Massachusetts makes its choice for governor.

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Basic Black LIVE Broadcast: After The 2010 Elections

Black Boston | Business | Politics

(Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010)  Basic Black looks at the results of the Massachusetts governor's race and the national midterm elections.
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Basic Black Live ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Immigration, Health Care Reform, and Blacks in the Tea Party

Black Boston | Business | Education | Politics

(Originally streamed November 4, 2010) After the television broadcast, the conversation continued to cover immigration, health care reform, and tea party inroads into communities of color. more

Basic Black Live: Countdown To The Massachusetts Race for Governor

Black Boston | Business | Health | Politics

(Originally broadcast October 28, 2010)  Our panel looks at all the issues in play with less than a week to go before Massachusetts makes its choice for governor.

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Basic Black LIVE Broadcast: After The 2010 Elections

Black Boston | Business | Politics

(Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010)  Basic Black looks at the results of the Massachusetts governor's race and the national midterm elections.
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Basic Black ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Taking The History Out Of Black History

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

(Originally streamed on February 4, 2011)  After the broadcast, the conversation continued to explore the ways in which black history has been reinterpreted for political gain by representatives for conservative causes.
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Basic Black: The Occupy Movement; The Rise of Herman Cain

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast October 28, 2011)  Our season premiere features a conversation on the growing Occupy Movement and how people of color are making their voice heard, either by joining the larger movement or its off-shoot, Occupy The Hood.

We'll also look at Herman Cain's presidential bid. What accounts for his surge in the polls, and rising popularity among conservatives?

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Basic Black: The Occupy Movement; The Rise of Herman Cain

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast October 28, 2011)  Our season premiere features a conversation on the growing Occupy Movement and how people of color are making their voice heard, either by joining the larger movement or its off-shoot, Occupy The Hood.

We'll also look at Herman Cain's presidential bid. What accounts for his surge in the polls, and rising popularity among conservatives?

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Basic Black Live: Revisiting a "High-Tech" Lynching and The Politics of Language

Arts & Culture | Politics


(Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011)

Recently, conservative pundits have characterized the mainstream media’s treatment of Herman Cain as racist, even invoking the “high-tech lynching” image from the Thomas hearings. The left wing responded with charges of hypocrisy.

Do black conservatives really receive different treatment in the media than black liberals? Are liberals no more post-racial than the conservatives, but more subtle about showing it?

Our regular panel is joined by Ulli K. Ryder, Visiting Professor at Brown and Lecturer in Africana Studies, Simmons College; and Lionel McPherson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Tufts University.
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Basic Black Live: Revisiting a "High-Tech" Lynching and The Politics of Language

Arts & Culture | Politics


(Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011)

Recently, conservative pundits have characterized the mainstream media’s treatment of Herman Cain as racist, even invoking the “high-tech lynching” image from the Thomas hearings. The left wing responded with charges of hypocrisy.

Do black conservatives really receive different treatment in the media than black liberals? Are liberals no more post-racial than the conservatives, but more subtle about showing it?

Our regular panel is joined by Ulli K. Ryder, Visiting Professor at Brown and Lecturer in Africana Studies, Simmons College; and Lionel McPherson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Tufts University.
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