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  • 1:52:34 Racism and Discrimination After Emancipation

    Racism and Discrimination After Emancipation

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    The Legacy of Slavery: Unequal Exchange Conference resulted from the passage of Senate Bills 2199 and 1737 in 2000 and was meant to address a number of issues related to the economic and political legacy of slavery, the roles of governments and businesses

  • 04:04 Class Warfare, Segregation, and Social Mobility - Ralph Nader and Niall Ferguson Debate

    Class Warfare, Segregation, and Social Mobility - Ralph Nader and Niall Ferguson Debate

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    Ralph Nader and Niall Ferguson debate segregation and class conflicts within community groups, and how to promote growth and social mobility.Highlights from the panel discussion at the 2012 Siebel Scholars Conference on Class Warfare in America moderated

  • 2:13:05 Class Conflict, Inequality, 99 & 1 - Robert Reich, David Brooks, Charles Murray, William Galston

    Class Conflict, Inequality, 99 & 1 - Robert Reich, David Brooks, Charles Murray, William Galston

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    Reich, Brooks, Murray, and Galston discuss trends changes in family structures, employment opportunities, and education contributing widening disparities amongst the classes and increasing class conflict.Panel discussion from the 2012 Siebel Scholars Conf

  • 2:18:16 Class Conflict, Inequality, the 1 - Ralph Nader, Niall Ferguson, Charles Murray, Lewis Lapham

    Class Conflict, Inequality, the 1 - Ralph Nader, Niall Ferguson, Charles Murray, Lewis Lapham

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    Nader, Ferguson, Murray, and Lapham debate social inequality, the growing class divide, income disparities, economic inequality, the 99, and the 1—covering public policy, corporate America, and education reform.Panel discussion from the 2012 Siebel

  • 1:33:27 Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth

    Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth

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    Lecture by Renisa Mawani for the "Explorations and Encounters" theme. For more, see http://artsone-digital.arts.ubc.ca/2013/frantz-fanon-the-wretched-of-the-earth/.For a version of this video with slides, go to http://mediasitemob1.mediagroup.ubc.ca/Media

  • 04:04 Frantz Fanon

    Frantz Fanon

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    Brief piece on Frantz Fanon and his influence on anti-colonial and national liberation struggles, from The Trap.

  • 1:04:20 Racism in Law School & the Legal Profession

    Racism in Law School & the Legal Profession

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    The Moritz Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society at The Ohio State University proudly host Dan Subotnik, Touro Law Center, and Stephen Menendian, Kirwan Institute, for a discussion on "Racism in Law Schools & the Legal Profession" o

  • 1:04:01 Popular Native American Tribal Law & Federalism

    Native American Tribal Law & Federalism

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    The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law proudly hosts Tom Gede of the Congressional Tribal Law and Order Commission & Professor Charlie Wilson for a discussion on "Native American Tribal Law & Federalism. February 1, 2011 from the Saxbe Au

  • 1:41:28 Congressional Hearing: A Conversation on Race and Justice in America

    Congressional Hearing: A Conversation on Race and Justice in America

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    At the request of the Congressional Black Caucus, the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee hosted a hearing entitled "A Conversation on Race and Justice in America." Morris Dees, founder and chief trial attorney for the Southern Poverty Law Cent

  • 1:34:21 The Civil War & Its Aftermath  Dr. John Henrik Clarke

    The Civil War & Its Aftermath Dr. John Henrik Clarke

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    the master teacher giving you facts about the civil war and the events following it that we did not hear in school.

  • 03:56 Rare Video of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Civil Rights and Peace

    Rare Video of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Civil Rights and Peace

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    Rare excerpts from "The Frank McGee Sunday Report: Martin Luther King Profile," NBC News, May 7, 1967. The symbol behind Dr. King was used by the Chicago Freedom Movement, also known as the Chicago Open Housing Movement, which Dr. King helped lead from 19

  • 28:30 Martin Luther King Jr. Annual LGBT Civil Rights Talk

    Martin Luther King Jr. Annual LGBT Civil Rights Talk

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    California Assemblyman Mark Leno discusses the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement and how it relates to the current LGBT movement. [5/2005] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 9466]

  • 1:10:22 2009 Vanderbilt University Law School Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture - Douglas Blackmon

    2009 Vanderbilt University Law School Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture - Douglas Blackmon

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    Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Douglas A. Blackmon delivered the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture on Jan. 19 at the Vanderbilt Law School. The title of his talk was, A Persistent Past: Reckoning with Race and History in the Age of Oba

  • 43:15 I Have Been to the Mountaintop Full Speech

    I Have Been to the Mountaintop Full Speech

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    I Have Been to the Mountaintop Full Speech

  • 1:07:48 Martin Luther King, Jr.- The Speech at Galilee

    Martin Luther King, Jr.- The Speech at Galilee

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    how many of us in the church can say that we follow the true teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ when it comes to practicing forgiveness and love towards those who hurt us? this is a strong message that only by the Grace and Strength of God can we follow.

  • 1:26:34 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial Lecture

    2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial Lecture

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    The 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial Lecture given by the Rev. Dr. LaFayette entitled "Lose, Gain, and be Gained." The service includes a welcoming address from President Jack R. Ohle and an introduction from senior Mayanthi Jayawardena, followed

  • 55:01 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture - D'Army Bailey

    Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture - D'Army Bailey

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    A native of Memphis, Bailey was expelled from Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., in the early 1960s as a result of his participation in demonstrations against segregation. Finishing his undergraduate studies at Clark University in Massachusetts, Bai

  • 1:56:34 Women in Islam: Oppressed or Liberated? by Yvonne Ridley & Myriam Francois

    Women in Islam: Oppressed or Liberated? by Yvonne Ridley & Myriam Francois

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    Sussex Islam Awareness Week 2012Women in Islam: Oppressed or Liberated? by Yvonne Ridley & Myriam FrancoisQuestions & Answers @ 01:04:40For more information & updates, visit our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/usisocTwitter: https://twi

  • 1:46:30 Women, Rights, and Power || Women Making Democracy || Radcliffe Institute

    Women, Rights, and Power || Women Making Democracy || Radcliffe Institute

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    Given that demands for democratization are typically framed in universalistic language, this panel will consider ways in which women take important roles in making demands for democratization or for participation in newly democratic governments. It will a

  • 1:26:08 Representing Women: Culture, Religion, and Revolution || Women Making Democracy || Radcliffe

    Representing Women: Culture, Religion, and Revolution || Women Making Democracy || Radcliffe

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    This discussion presents a dialogue among activists, scholars, and cultural analysts. They will reflect on cultural practices and iconic representations of women as they play out in democratizing movements, with a particular interest in the place of relig

  • 1:02:12 Under Color of Law

    Under Color of Law

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    November 11, 2010Frank J. Battisti Memorial LectureCase Western Reserve University School of LawSpeaker: Julian BondFormer Chairman, NAACPSummary:Julian Bond, a world-renowned member of the U.S. civil rights movement, spoke on the role the law has played

  • 1:02:14 Taking Free Exercise Rights Seriously

    Taking Free Exercise Rights Seriously

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    March 30, 2006Speaker: Professor Alan E. Brownstein, University of California, Davis School of LawPresented by: Center for Professional EthicsSummary: William A. Brahms Lecture on Law and Religion• Constitutional law does not take free exercise right

  • 08:19 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

    Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

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  • 10:05 Civil Rights for White People?

    Civil Rights for White People?

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