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In the late 1800s, North Carolina was trying to build a railway system through the Western part of the state. In December of 1882, something went w...

Bought by WCAI / WNAN


  • Added: Sep 05, 2019
  • Length: 20:27
  • Purchases: 1
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Should any person or institution who has benefited from our sorry history of racism be required to compensate the victims of racism?

Bought by KTSW 89.9, KMSU, KNVC Carson City Community Radio, RadioFreePalmer, KSKQ and more


  • Added: Jun 29, 2019
  • Length: 53:59
  • Purchases: 15
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I Am Not Your Negro is a journey into black history that connects the past of the Civil Rights movement to the present of #BlackLivesMatter. It is ...

Bought by WVAS, C89.5 - KNHC Seattle, KCMJ Community Radio, WXDU, and WRIR


  • Added: Nov 07, 2017
  • Length: 29:00
  • Purchases: 5
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Interview with Barbara Reynolds,founding editor of USA Today on her 2017 book My Life, My Love, My Legacy biography of Coretta King, condensed from...

Bought by WMMT and WVAS


  • Added: Feb 09, 2017
  • Length: 28:16
  • Purchases: 2
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Journalist Eric Arnold talks with Stanley Nelson, director of the documentary film: The Black Panthers, Vanguard of the Revolution.

Bought by WXAV 88.3FM, KISU, WXDU, WJFF, WVAS and more


  • Added: Oct 28, 2015
  • Length: 29:00
  • Purchases: 11
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On Tuesday, January 22nd 2013 at Winona State University, Charles McDew, former chairman of The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (from 19...

Bought by KSRQ


  • Added: Jun 11, 2013
  • Length: 50:57
  • Purchases: 1
Caption: This rough sketch for a children's book drew one D.C. native into a mystery regarding “Colored Only” signs in D.C. in the 1930s. , Credit: Rebecca Sheir
A well-meaning illustration in a children's book sparks controversy over segregation in the nation's capital in the 1930s.

Bought by Listenwise, WAMC, and WRST-FM Oshkosh


  • Added: Jan 31, 2012
  • Length: 07:41
  • Purchases: 3
Caption: White students protest integration at the University of Mississippi in 1962. No state in the South was more resistant to the struggle for black equality. , Credit: Photograph by Flip Schulke/CORBIS
Mississippi occupies a distinct and dramatic place in the history of America’s civil rights movement. No state in the South was more resistant to t...

Bought by WGTE Public Media, WFAE, KIOS-FM Omaha Public Radio, WFAE, KUHF and more


  • Added: Feb 16, 2011
  • Length: 59:00
  • Purchases: 24
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The 1970s saw a tidal change in American race relations: for the first time, large numbers of white, black and other children of color began attend...

Bought by WGTE Public Media, WUFT, WCAI / WNAN, WBHM, Troy Public Radio and more


  • Added: Nov 19, 2009
  • Length: 59:59
  • Purchases: 20
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In 1967, Thurgood Marshall became the first African American appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. But Marshall had already earned a place in histor...

Bought by WGTE Public Media, WMUU-LP, WFAE, KALW, WBHM and more


  • Added: Nov 19, 2009
  • Length: 01:00:00
  • Purchases: 21
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For generations, African American orators have been demanding justice and equality, reminding America to make good on its founding principles of de...

Bought by WGTE Public Media, WFAE, WVAS, Northeast Indiana Public Radio, KHNS and more


  • Added: Nov 19, 2009
  • Length: 59:59
  • Purchases: 27
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How some immigrants once considered non-white became white

  • Added: Feb 13, 2008
  • Length: 06:02