New America Now: Celebrating Black History Month

New America Now: Celebrating Black History Month

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Labor Disputes Have the Country Watching
David Bacon talks with us about the labor disputes happening in Wisconsin.


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Pillow Fights Versus Fighting for your Rights
Richard Rodriguez discusses how social media did--and did not--help encourage the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt.
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Make Your Dreams Come True
Belva Davis talks with New America Media's Kevin Weston about her autobiography Never in My Wildest Dreams and about being at the forefront of black women in journalism.


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A Foundation of Black History
Clarence Lusane shows us that the history of the White House is most definitely not just white in his new book The Black History of the White House.


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A Pregnant Word
Ken Taylor of Philosphy Talk on KALW discusses the meaning of the n-word in our culture today.


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