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Call Me Mister

If you look at the most popular films of the last eighty years, you can see a changing image of the American male.  Ashton Trice (James Madison University) says men were …

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Replay: Shakespeare and Race

Until recently, scholars assumed that the Elizabethans were both white and English and that they didn’t know people of color. But if that’s the case, why did Shakespeare, the best-known …

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Replay: The Many Stories of Nat Turner

He is a cold-blooded murderer to some, a revolutionary to others. This much is certain: in August 1831, Nat Turner and about sixty other slaves rampaged through the countryside of …

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Replay: Slave Reparations

In 1968, a group calling itself The Republic of New Afrika startled the nation with a suggestion that six Southern states be set aside for blacks in America as a …

Episode

Shakespeare and Race

Until recently, scholars assumed that the Elizabethans were both white and English and that they didnt know people of color.  But if thats the case, why did Shakespeare, the best-known …

Episode

Slave Reparations

In 1968, a group calling itself The Republic of New Afrika startled the nation with a suggestion that six Southern states be set aside for blacks in America as a …

Episode

The Many Stories of Nat Turner

He is a cold-blooded murderer to some, a revolutionary to others. This much is certain. In August 1831, Nat Turner and about sixty other slaves rampaged through the countryside of …

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Race – Does it Exist?

In 1998, a group of American anthropologists garnered attention by questioning the meaning of “race.” These scholars, from a discipline that long supported the concept of race, announced they no …

Episode

Replay: Race – Does it Exist?

In 1998, a group of American anthropologists garnered attention by questioning the meaning of “race.” These scholars, from a discipline that long supported the concept of race, announced they no …

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The Hairstons: Two Races, One Family

Charlottesville author Henry Wiencek gives his first broadcast interview about his new book, The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White. Wiencek shares stories culled during eight years of painstaking research on …

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