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Interview Archives - Institute of the Black World 21st Century

Overcoming White Nationalism — July 22, 2019 Edition of Vantage Point Radio

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point Radio July 22, 2019, WBAI Fund Drive Edition of Vantage Point Radio Topic Overcoming White Nationalism Host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor  Guests Dr. Leonard Jeffries World renowned Pan African Paramount Chief Premium Overcoming White Nationalism Power Pack White Nationalism: Enemy of Black Nationalism, 3 CD Set by Dr. John Henrik Clarke Trump in the White House: Tragedy and Farce, Book by John Bellamy Foster A Letter…

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State of the 2020 Presidential Race on Vantage Point Radio

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

07/15/19 Edition of Vantage Point Radio — Host Dr. Ron Daniels talks with guests Bill Fletcher (Veteran Labor and Social Justice Activist, Author, Talk Show Host, Washington, DC), Earl Ofari Hutchinson (Author, Talk Show Host, President Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable, Los Angeles, CA
) and callers about the state of the 2020 Presidential Race.

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Hip-Hop Artist Tef Poe

Hip-Hop Artist Tef Poe Heads To Jordan In Efforts To Foster Diplomacy Through Music

By Editors' Choice, News & Current Affairs

By St. Louis Public Radio — St. Louis-based hip-hop artist Kareem Jackson, who goes by the stage name Tef Poe, has often traveled across the world to share his musical craft and to also raise awareness about how social justice issues often intertwine across borders. His travels will continue next week to the Middle-Eastern country of Jordan as part of Next Level, a cultural exchange program the U.S. State Department is…

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Almost 2,000 white people gathered at a 1970 protest in Charlotte, N.C. against a court-ordered desegregation busing plan.

On Busing, Joe Biden, and the ‘Pervasiveness of White Backlash to School Desegregation’

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Esther Wang, Jezebel — The most widely discussed moment from last week’s Democratic primary debates was Kamala Harris’s pointed critique of Joe Biden’s defense of southern segregationists and his stance toward busing. That encounter—in which Harris shared her own story of being a young girl bused from her working-class neighborhood on the majority-black side of town to a predominantly white school in Berkeley Hills, and in which Biden appeared visibly flustered…

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Report Back From the N’COBRA Convention and the State of the Presidential Race — Vantage Point Radio

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

7/08/19 Vantage Point Radio — Host Dr. Ron Daniels talks with guests Mashariki Jywanza (Co-Chairperson, N’COBRA, Indianapolis, IN), Kamm Howard (Co-Chairperson, N’COBRA, Chicago, IL), Rev. Mark Thompson (Talk Show Host, New York, NY) and callers about the N’COBRA Convention and the State of the Presidential Race

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Community Land Trusts Are a Model for Reparations

By Commentaries/Opinions, Reparations

In a racialized economy, land trusts and cooperatives offer a lasting form of reparations, say activists. By Laura Flanders, Truthout — This year has already seen more Democrats talking about reparations than ever, including several running for the presidency. Now, rather than writing checks to individuals, more and more people are talking about collective strategies for repair and reparation. Community land trusts, cooperatives and mutual housing associations, for example, might…

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What is Your 4th of July to Me? — Vantage Point Radio with Dr. Ron Daniels

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July 1st Edition of Vantage Point Topics African Americans and Africa: A New Book What is Your Fourth of July to Me? The Frederick Douglass Alternative 4th of July Guests Dr. Nemata A. Blyden, Assoc. Professor of History and International Relations, George Washington University, Washington, DC. Raymond Nat Turner, Robeson-Langston-Sterling Artist-in-Residence, New York, NY Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 4-5PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network, New York Livestream…

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Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) sponsored HR 40, legislation to form a commission to study slavery reparations for African Americans.

A Look at the Juneteenth Hearing on Slavery Reparations Bill

By HR 40 Congressional Hearing, News & Current Affairs, Reparations

Originally published 6.19.19 by The Takeaway, WNYC Studios — On this Juneteenth, or June 19, we celebrate the end of slavery in the United States 154 years ago. Members of Congress chose this symbolic day to hold hearings on a reparations bill. The bill, if it passes, will establish a commission to determine whether — and if so, how — the US government owes anything to the descendants of enslaved people. To…

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HR-40 and the African American Quest for Reparations, Part I — June 10th Edition of Vantage Point Radio

By HR 40 Congressional Hearing, Reparations, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

RECORDED 6/10/19 — On this edition of Vantage Point Radio, the Professor Dr. Ron Daniels talks with Atty. Nkechi Taifa: The Taifa Group Consulting and National African American Reparations Commission – NAARC, Rubbie L. Hodge: Author of the poem Lift Ev’ry Voice and Scream: A Cry for Reparations and callers about HR-40 and the African American Quest for Reparations.

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The FBI Black Extremist Assessment: COINTELPRO Part II – June 3rd Vantage Point Radio

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June 3rd Edition of Vantage Point Topics The FBI Black Extremist Assessment: COINTELPRO Part II And Comments and Commentary by Dr. Ron Daniels Guests Atty. Adjoa Aiyetoro, Civil Rights/Human Rights Attorney, Washington, D.C. Atty. Barbara Arnwine, Executive Director, Transformative Change Coalition, Washington, D.C. Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 4-5PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network, New York Livestream (Online) — Click Here Mondays 4PM-5PM or visit WBAI.org Recent and…

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