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Basic Black: A Conversation with the Candidates for Boston City Council District 7

Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast on February 18, 2011)  A Reporter's Roundtable: In conversation with the candidates for Boston City Council District 7. more

Basic Black ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Boston City Council District 7

Black Boston | Politics

(Originally streamed February 18, 2011)  After the broadcast the conversation with the candidates for Boston City Council District 7 continued to include issues of public safety and job creation.
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Basic Black: A Conversation with the Candidates for Boston City Council District 7

Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast on February 18, 2011)  A Reporter's Roundtable: In conversation with the candidates for Boston City Council District 7. more

Basic Black Live: The Relevance of Black History Month and Sex Education in Public Schools

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

(Originally broadcast February 25, 2011)  The controversy over sex education in public schools; also, as February comes to a close, a discussion on the relevance of Black History Month. We also pause to acknowledge the loss of Say Brother producer Beth Deare, who died earlier this week.

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Basic Black: Reaction to the State of the Union Address and Chuck Turner's Sentence

Black Boston | Business | Education | Health | Politics | Science & Technology

(Originally broadcast on January 28, 2011)  On this episode of Basic Black, our discussion focuses on President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. Later in the show, we turn our attention to the sentence handed down to former Boston City Councilor Chuck Turner. more

Basic Black Live: The Relevance of Black History Month and Sex Education in Public Schools

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

(Originally broadcast February 25, 2011)  The controversy over sex education in public schools; also, as February comes to a close, a discussion on the relevance of Black History Month. We also pause to acknowledge the loss of Say Brother producer Beth Deare, who died earlier this week.

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Basic Black: The State of the City, The State of the State, and The State of the Union

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics


(Originally broadcast on January 27, 2012)


This week on Basic Black: a discussion on the future of our communities from Boston to Washington, DC. We'll review the State of the City, the State of the State, and the State of the Union. For Boston, much of our discussion will center on the Mayor's proposals for school assignments; in Massachusetts, the organization of community colleges and the "three-strikes" law are drawing strong reaction; and as we look at how the State of the Union was received, we'll address recent events which seem to illustrate a shocking level of diminished respect for the Oval Office (and its current occupant).


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Basic Black After The Broadcast: Disrespecting The Oval Office

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(Originally streamed January 27, 2012)

A look at how the State of the Union was received, and a discussion on recent events which illustrate a shocking level of diminished respect for the occupant of the Oval Office.



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Basic Black Live: Big Stories of the Week

Black Boston | Politics


Tune in on Friday March 23 as Basic Black takes a look at national and local headlines including the outrage ignited by the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida, the debate over Massachusetts' "three strikes" legislation, and Charles Street AME Church vs. One United Bank.


CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LIVE STREAM AND JOIN THE CHAT BEGINNING AT 7:15PM (EST)


 

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Basic Black Live Looking at Headlines from Trayvon Martin to Three-Strikes Legislation

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

Originally broadcast March 23, 2012

Basic Black takes a look at national and local headlines including the outrage ignited by the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida, the debate over Massachusetts; "three strikes" legislation, and Charles Street AME Church vs. One United Bank.

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