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Category: Broadcast


How Do You Talk With Young People About Police-Related Violence?

Kevin Washington, president of the Association of Black Psychologists, and Camille Cooper from the Yale University Child Study Center, speak with Robin Young on the public radio program Here & Now about talking to young people about police-related violence.  The…

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Forgotten History: How The New England Colonists Embraced The Slave Trade

Wendy Warren, Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University, is interviewed by Terry Gross on Fresh Air about her book New England Bound and slavery in colonial New England. “The early colonists imported African slaves and enslaved and exported Native Americans.”

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‘Our age does not limit our activism’

Ziad Ahmed’s interview on CCTV’s Full Frame aired on June 4 and highlights his efforts to fight discrimination. It relates to the organization he founded, redefy, the efficacy of youth in this world, and the important of social justice. “Social media can amplify…

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Searching for the truth of “The Hanging Bridge.”

Ellen Frankman and T.J. Raphael interview Jason Ward, author of the book, Hanging Bridge: Racial Violence and America’s Civil Rights Century, which explores lynchings which took place in the early and mid-twentieth century on a bridge on the Chickasawhay River…

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Study links disparities in pain management to racial bias

Research has documented that black Americans are systematically undertreated for pain relative to white Americans. New research from the University of Virginia suggests that disparities in pain management may be attributable in part to bias. In a study of medical…

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