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January 31 2014

07:35

January 22 2014

17:25

Partially Examined Life: Philosophy and Race

Reading selections from W.E.B DuBois, Martin Luther King Jr., Cornel West, and Malcolm X. http://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/2012/03/17/episode-52-philosophy-and-race-dubois-mlk-cornel-west/
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December 21 2013

20:31

Spiritual rebellion from the elites - Stanley Kubrick

This interview is fascinating. It is an interview with Jay Weidener who is a renowned author, filmmaker and hermetic scholar. Considered to be a ‘modern-day Indiana Jones’ for his ongoing worldwide quests to find clues to mankind’s spiritual destiny via ancient societies and artifacts, his body of work offers great insight into the circumstances that have led to the current global crisis. He is the producer of the documentary films, 2012 The Odyssey, its sequel Timewave 2013, and director of http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?20129-Spiritual-rebellion-from-the-elites-Stanley-Kubrick

August 21 2013

13:29

F1B Downshift: Steve Matchett on 2014 regulations | Formula 1 Blog

August 19 2013

10:18

Why did black leaders support America's drug war for so long? | News from North Country Public Radio

This year, North Country Public Radio is looking in-depth at America's forty year long drug war. Tough-on-crime policies, sparked in part by New York's Rockefeller drug laws, changed the way we think about crime and justice and addiction. They also... http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/22549/20130819/why-did-black-leaders-support-america-apos-s-drug-war-for-so-long

July 14 2013

16:18

Legalese Aside, How Do We Talk About Race Nowadays?

July 13 2013

00:47

April 13 2013

00:32

FLP - Free Library Podcast | William Julius Wilson

William Julius Wilson | There Goes the Neighborhood: Racial, Ethnic, and Class Tensions in Four Chicago Neighborhoods and Their Meaning for America Recorded 10/26/2006 A MacArthur Prize Fellow and the recipient of the 1998 National Medal of Science, William Julius Wilson is Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor at Harvard University. He is the author of Power, Racism, and Privilege; The Declining Significance of Race; The Truly Disadvantaged; When Work Disappears; and The Bridge Over the Racial Divide. His new book, There Goes the Neighborhood, is informed by his current studies of race and the social organization of neighborhoods, the effects of high-risk neighborhoods on adolescent social outcomes, and the effects of welfare reform on poor families and children. https://libwww.freelibrary.org/podcast/index.cfm?podcastID=179

March 30 2013

15:54

F1B Downshift: EXCLUSIVE interview with Steve Matchett | Formula 1 Blog

January 19 2012

19:47

Michelle Alexander: Jim Crow Still Exists In America | NPR

Michelle Alexander says that many of the gains of the civil rights movement have been undermined by the mass incarceration of blacks in the war on drugs. http://www.npr.org/2012/01/16/145175694/legal-scholar-jim-crow-still-exists-in-america?ft=3&f=100876926&sc=nl&cc=bn-20120119

January 14 2012

10:01

Left of Black

On "Acting White"

April 20 2011

10:30

2011 Chinese Grand Prix

The best non calamity dry race in F1 history? Terry and Kevin discuss Terry’s hatred for Nico Rosberg, lying on twitter, Webber’s hard tyre weekend, them man who holds bog roll for McLaren, the demise of Williams and the new Where’s Webby (TM) franchise

March 31 2011

14:41

2011 Australian Grand Prix

Another F1 Podcast with their take on the 2011 Formula One Australian Grand Prix. The season has been delayed but it’s here at last. Karun Chandok has an embarrassing start to his Lotus career, DRS and KERS underwhelm, the tyres are sticky, Vettel has become precocious, Mark Webber has broken his stomach, Hamilton broke his car, Button broke the rules, Vitaly Petrov impressed and Nick Heidfeld takes part in a moving tribute. The BBC make Terry and Kevin’s job harder as the lack of Legard means less to criticise (aside from Eddie Jordan’s poetry) as they take you through the best and worst of the Australian Grand Prix 2011

February 17 2011

15:43

A Journey From Black to White

The narrative of African Americans “passing” into white culture has long persisted. These stories are often tragic and filled with shame, secrecy, and the abandonment of home and family. In his new book, “The Invisible Line,” Daniel Sharfstein looks at three families that were once identified as black and are now viewed as white. These stories are ones of pride as white families reconnect with their African-American roots. Among them is the story of Isabelle Whittemore. She is the great granddaughter of a legendary African American military figure and abolitionist named O.S.B. Wall. She had no idea until recently that she was part African American. Daniel joins us from Tennessee and Isabelle joins us from Mississippi.
Tags: race history law

January 21 2011

19:18

Mondo Diablo Episode 294: A Modern Day Slave Plantation

This week's clips come from http://www.truth-out.org/visiting-a-modern-day-slave-plantation57098, in honor of Saint Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

November 24 2010

19:22

Schaenk interviews Craig Bodecker – Wed., Feb. 18, 2009

‘A Conversation About Race’ by Craig Bodeker highlights the anti-white double standards of race in America, Craig was recently interviewed on the Right Perspective, and by Peter Schaenk on the Voice Of Reason Network.

October 14 2010

03:03

Eugene Robinson: The Splintering of Black America

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Eugene Robinson on the splintering of black America.

September 21 2010

00:05

Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates on blackness, whiteness, and the first African-American president in the White House.

August 26 2010

23:38

Sleuthing Out “Charlie Chan”

Silver screen detective Charlie Chan. A new book investigates the caricature cop and the real-life detective he was based on.

July 29 2010

14:00

Media Focus: Truth vs. Propaganda

The Shirley Sherrod story turns a spotlight on big problems in the quality of our national information flow. We ask what’s news, what’s propaganda?
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