’68: The Kansas City Race Riots, Then and Now (Full Program)

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’68: The Kansas City Race Riots Then and Now is a product of a unique partnership between Kansas City PBS, 41 Action News and the Kansas City Public Library. It features historians, political and law enforcement leaders along with eyewitnesses to the tumultuous events playing out on Kansas City streets 50 years ago.

Frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms and outraged at the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., protest turned to violence in Kansas City on April 9, 1968. The riots shocked many residents of the city, which had long been known for its lack of racial unrest despite its deep, underlying racial tensions.

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Gregory Pardlo and Vievee Francis: Race and Labor in Poetry and Memoir

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On the publication of Gregory Pardlo’s Air Traffic: A Memoir of Ambition and Manhood in America (“riveting”—The Washington Post), he joins fellow poet Vievee Francis for a reading and conversation on race and labor. The first prose book by Pardlo, a Ph.D. candidate in English at the GC and a Pulitzer Prize–winner for his poetry, focuses on his father’s loss of his job in the Air Traffic Controller’s Strike of 1981 and the emotional impact on the family. Francis’ poetry collections include the award-winning Horse in the Dark and Forest Primeval.

Presented on April 26, 2018, by GC Public Programs and the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean.

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Lisbon Cops Target Afro-Portuguese Citizens With Excessive Force Based Solely On Race

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A brother from Lisbon, Portugal wrote us to inform our audience of how race soldiers treat them in Lisbon. The cops target them for the simple reason of their skin color. A video was shared with us how the cops in Lisbon treat black people.

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Domestic vs Import – The $8,000 STREET RACE

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We see the occasional small money bets when it comes to cars like these, but the amount of money on this ONE race threw us for a loop! These two set aside $4000 a piece for an $8000 pot! It was a decently close race and awesome to see how smoothly the transaction went over after the fact! Two awesome racers and an even cooler story! Thanks for watching!
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Dubois & Race Conflict: Crash Course Sociology #7

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We’re continuing our exploration of conflict theories with W.E.B. Dubois, who is one of the founders of sociological thought more broadly and the founder of race-conflict theory. We’ll discuss shifting ideas about race, Dubois’ idea of ‘double-consciousness’, and the modern day field of racial identity. We’ll explore the idea racial formation and discuss Dubois’ survey of African Americans in Philadelphia to look at how economic, political, and social structures affect how we perceive different races – and vice versa. We’ll also discuss the activist side of Dubois’ life as co-founder of the NAACP and editor of the Crisis, and how modern day sociologists study racial politics and racial resistance.

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Southern Hydraulic elevator @ Hill Library NCSU Raleigh: Elevator Race with ElevatingPirate

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Philadelphia Church of God Members, Herbert W. Armstrong College Students Race ‘Swans in Flight’ 5K

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106 people ran in the second annual Swans in Flight 5K November 10 on the campus of Herbert W. Armstrong College. (Video plus Philadelphia Singers music.)
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Race in the American Catholic Imagination | Bishop George Murry, S.J.

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Bishop George Murry, S.J., bishop of Youngstown, OH, has been appointed to chair the recently established Ad Hoc Committee on Racism of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Bishop Murry delivered a public lecture here at Boston College entitled “Race in the American Catholic Imagination.”

Upon his appointment, Bishop Murry commented, “For too long, the sin of racism has lived and thrived in our communities and even in some of our churches. For those who have been watching, even with passing interest, it should be plain to see why we need a concerted effort at this moment.”

Run This Race – The Williams Sisters, “Power In The House

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The Williams Sisters, “Power In The House” Release Date: July 13, 2004

Once Upon A Time, not long ago, five sisters and their mom flew from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and performed a concert of a lifetime. If you’re feeling churchy, then come go to church!

The Williams Sisters latest release entitled Power In The House sums up this traditionally-styled CD. I’ve had the privilege of listening to the Williams Sisters perform live and when you listen to this CD, you’ll feel as if you’re in the church – having church.

These sisters are serious about singing the praises of God. Vanessa, Renee, Juliet, Patricia, Janice and Mom Terry have a family blend that’s unique in its own right. Power In The House starts off with Never Lost The Fight, written by Jay Lowe. This is definitely one of those toe-tapping numbers. I’m so glad God has never lost a fight.

Power In the House, the title cut, is led and written by Renee and Juliet. These songs have a simple but true message. A lot of today?s music has complicated lyrics and sophisticated rhythms. What I love about Power In The House is the clear fact that these ladies believe in the Word of God and have chosen to sing about. A lot of our churches don’t have any power in the house. But the William Sisters let us know on this up-tempo number that we need the power of the Holy Ghost! If you’re a liar, drug dealer come on in the house! Why? Cause Jesus is in the house. Yes Sir!

My Change is a song that speaks about deliverance. Renee has got to know that she’s anointed! This number encourages the believer to wait until your change comes. Sometimes when you’re down, keep on smiling and don’t wear a frown?. There’s no need to worry cause God will bring about a change! Anybody gonna wait on him? Just lift your hands and wave ’em in the air on this one. It ministers to the spirit.

I’m Ready is a jubilant tune that speaks volumes! Juliet penned this tune and does lead vocals. What I love about traditional music is the clear message.we’ve got to be ready to go home when He calls us. It reminds us to live every day like it’s our last and be rapture-ready.