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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: The State of Black Boston

Black Boston | Business | Education | Health | Politics

(Originally broadcast November 11, 2010)  This week, Basic Black discusses the findings the recently released report, The State of Black Boston.  Our panelists: Barbara Lewis, Director, The Trotter Institute; Latoyia Edwards, anchor and reporter, New England Cable News; Darnell Williams, President and CEO of the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts; and Kim McLarin, Assistant Professor, Writing, Literature & Publishing, Emerson College.
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Basic Black Live: The Future of the Boston NAACP

Black Boston | Business | Education | Politics

(Originally broadcast November 18, 2010)  This week Basic Black looks at the future of the Boston NAACP in a conversation with the candidates vying for the presidency of the chapter.

UPDATE:  On November 29, 2010, Michael Curry won election to the Boston NAACP presidency.

Our panelists: Callie Crossley, host of The Callie Crossley Show, WGBH 89.7; Latoyia Edwards, anchor and reporter, New England Cable News; Phillip Martin, senior investigative reporter, WGBH Radio; and the contenders for leadership of the Boston NAACP: Michael Curry, attorney and activist, and former State Senator, Bill Owens.
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Basic Black Live: The Massachusetts Race For Governor

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Mass Decision 2010: The Race for Governor

(Originally broadcast October 21, 2010)  Our panel:  Phillip Martin, senior investigative reporter, WGBH Radio; Carlos Henriquez, candidate, 5th Suffolk District; Callie Crossley, host of The Callie Crossley Show, 89.7; Russell Holmes, candidate, 6th Suffolk District; Latoyia Edwards, anchor and reporter, New England Cable News.

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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: 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 After The Broadcast: Gangs, groups, and knowing the difference

Arts & Culture | Business | Politics

October 2, 2015

After the broadcast, the conversation turned to the topic gangs vs. groups and how the difference in meaning impacts young men of color.  Do law enforcement and journalists need a new understanding of what it means to be in a “gang?”

 

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Basic Black After The Broadcast: The Power of Resilience

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Business | Education | Politics

October 30, 2015

This week the conversation is resilience – we’re joined by S. Atyia Martin, the first Chief Resilience Officer for the city of Boston. Although Dr. Martin’s background is in emergency planning, part of her mission involves resilience in communities. For communities of color, resilience is the key to surviving and thriving. This is especially true of immigrant, low income and working class populations.

 

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Basic Black After The Broadcast: MBTA & Communities of Color

Black Boston | Business | Politics

November 13, 2015


After the broadcast, the conversation took a deep dive into the readiness of the MBTA to meet the needs of communities and populations totally dependent on public transportation.

 

 

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Basic Black: The Massachusetts Economy in Black and Green

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Business | Politics

January 8, 2016

How did Massachusetts’ African American population fare economically in 2015 and what are the best steps towards economic progress for 2016? Last month the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts released its annual “State of Black Massachusetts” report. We’ll discuss the economic findings of the report including the state of business ownership and the racial wealth gap.

 

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