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Category: Broadcast


The Standing Rock Resistance Is Unprecedented (It’s Also Centuries Old)

“If Native American resistance is an old story, that’s because the systemic violation of indigenous land rights is an old story. And if history is any precedent, the resistance won’t end at Standing Rock,” Leah Donnella reported on NPR.

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Black Male Re-Imagined III: October 11th Livestreamed from the Kennedy Center

“The third installment of a groundbreaking event series launched in 2010, this year’s “Black Male Re-Imagined” will feature timely discussions that explore how Black men and women are portrayed in the mainstream, with a particular focus on issues such as: dissecting…

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Students of All Races Favor Teachers of Color

“A new study analyzing student survey data of their classroom teachers found that all students, on average, had more favorable impressions of black and Latino teachers compared to white teachers. . . . The researchers included survey data from approximately 50,000 sixth…

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This Historian Wants You To Know The Real Story Of Southern Food

In this NPR Weekend Edition, “Michael Twitty wants you to know where Southern food really comes from. And he wants the enslaved African-Americans who were part of its creation to get credit.”

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Bullying Prevention Month: Videos

NIOS offers daily videos in October to prevent bullying in schools

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