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Basic Black: The Legacy of Soul Train; Battling Mental Illness in Communities of Color

Arts & Culture | Health | Politics


Originally broadcast on February, 10, 2012


A conversation on the legacy of Don Cornelius and the impact of Soul Train on music, media, dance, and African American empowerment. Also, a discussion on the disparities and taboos in treating mental health in communities of color.
 

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Basic Black After The Broadcast: What 12 Years A Slave Means Today

Arts & Culture | Politics

November 1, 2013

After the broadcast the conversation continued to explore how films like 12 Years A Slave can also be commentaries on contemporary times in African American life: educational and wealth gaps, stereotypes of black men and women, infant mortality, health disparities, achievement...


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Basic Black: It Takes A Village - Caring For Our Elders

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

November 15, 2013

Baby boomers are get older, which means an increasing strain on the system of services for the elderly. But for communities of color, these problems are compounded by immense disparities in health care, economic resources, and cultural differences in caring for our elders.  This week, Basic Black discusses how these differences impact our most vulnerable population.


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Basic Black: It Takes A Village - Caring For Our Elders

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

November 15, 2013

Baby boomers are get older, which means an increasing strain on the system of services for the elderly. But for communities of color, these problems are compounded by immense disparities in health care, economic resources, and cultural differences in caring for our elders.  This week, Basic Black discusses how these differences impact our most vulnerable population.


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Basic Black: A Reporter Roundtable

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics | Science & Technology

October 23, 2015

This week on Basic Black:  A Reporter Roundtable
- WGBH News reporter Rupa Shenoy gives us the highlights from her series, Food Fights - the impact of climate change on the accessibility to food.  
- The Boston Globe’s Nidhi Subbaraman on using virtual reality and Second Life to treat diabetes and the consequences of leaving communities of color out of the equation.  
- Phillip Martin, Senior Reporter for WGBH News, takes a look at the 1992 murder of Lena Bruce and the recent arrest made in the case.

 

Photo: Rupa Shenoy/WGBH News

 

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Basic Black: A Reporter Roundtable

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics | Science & Technology

October 23, 2015

This week on Basic Black:  A Reporter Roundtable
- WGBH News reporter Rupa Shenoy gives us the highlights from her series, Food Fights - the impact of climate change on the accessibility to food.  
- The Boston Globe’s Nidhi Subbaraman on using virtual reality and Second Life to treat diabetes and the consequences of leaving communities of color out of the equation.  
- Phillip Martin, Senior Reporter for WGBH News, takes a look at the 1992 murder of Lena Bruce and the recent arrest made in the case.

 

Photo: Rupa Shenoy/WGBH News

 

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Breast Cancer Among Black Women in Boston

Black Boston | Health

The disparity of breast cancer mortality has increased between Black and White women. What factors contribute to the increase of breast cancer among African American women? Do African American women in Boston have any specific advantages or disadvantages in terms of health care for breast cancer? 

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