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Category: Podcast


Making Reparations Work in America

Asking about reparations for slavery has become a standard question for Democratic presidential candidates ahead of 2020. And its left many candidates scrambling to respond. But the debate around whether or not to fund reparations for black Americans goes far beyond…

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Talking Race With Young Children

Listen to this segment of the NPR series Parenting: Difficult Conversations created by KQED and Sesame Street by clicking here.  Hosts Cory Turner and Anya Kamenetz interview parents and expert Beverly Daniel Tatum about how to talk to children about race…

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When African American youth hockey player received racial taunts from opponents, his team rallied around him.

NPR’s Noel King talked to a 13-year-old African-American hockey player and his father about a recent ice hockey tournament and how his teammates rallied around him, after they saw that he was being subjected to racist abuse from the opposing…

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Lesson Not Learned: “America To Me” Documents Why Race Has Everything To Do With Education

Focusing on the documentary “America to Me,” about race relations at the high school in the affluent town of Oak Park, Illinois, on his program 1a, Joshua Johnson hosts: Charles Donalson Former student, Oak Park-River Forest High School in Oak…

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50 Years Later, Raised Fists During National Anthem Still Resonate

NPR reporter Karen Grigsby Bates relates the story of Tommie Smith and John Carlos, American sprinters who won gold and bronze medals respectively in the 1968 Olympics  200-meter running event, then bowed their heads and raised their black-gloved fists on…

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