AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

The Problem With Colorblind Clinical Trials

He grew up poor in a township called “sadness.

When the Far-Right Wooed Black Panthers

Modern militia movements are leaning on old tricks while hoping to diversify their ranks.

This Revolutionary Chef Wants to Topple the Table

Chef/owner John Fleer and Ashleigh Shanti, of Asheville, North Carolina, are crafting the "Afro-lachian" food of the future by drawing on Black culinary history.

The Forgotten Century of Black U.S. History

A lot of work got done between 1865 and 1965, and it involved plenty of bloodshed.

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The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

A Botched Jailbreak and Two Dead Black Brothers

As America reckons with itself, it can't forget the lives already lost.

The Rise of the Black Architect

Kimberly Dowdell is leading the charge to diversify the people who create urban spaces.

Two Years Ago, a Factory Worker. Today, a Republican Star

North Carolina’s Mark Robinson has turned humble roots and viral fame into Republican stardom.

Dem Fear in Ohio: Repeat of 2016 Blunder With Black Voters

Ohio could be the death knell for Trump … but only if Democrats can turn out Black voters.

Ilhan Omar: Capitalism Cannot Deliver Social Justice

The fiery Somali-American member of “The Squad” on Capitol Hill visits “The Carlos Watson Show.

The Unlikely History of Acrylic Nails

A dentist fixing a cut on his thumbnail in 1957 sparked a staple of Black female fashion.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Why Marketers Are Embracing Influencers of Color

As companies recognize the power of the African American dollar, they’re seeking out Black influencers like never before.

Why Are White Christians Less Motivated to Address Racial Injustice?

Despite everything that's been done the last few months, white Christians are less interested in addressing racial inequality.

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