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Interviews:
Deroy Murdoch - Media Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Do you find it easier to talk about race relations since President Obama's election? Will black Americans pride translate into gains for black youth? Deroy Murdock, social commentator, hopes that our President's example leads young black Americans to embrace academic achievement, reject hip-hop culture, and follow his recommendation about wearing a belt. Hear Murdock's views on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Race Relations
Michael Meyers - President/Executive Director, New York Civil Rights Coalition
Michael Meyers, Executive Director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition and outspoken advocate for civil rights for all victims of discrimination, delivers a current perspective on the status of race relations in the U.S. He answers Attorney General Eric Holder and embraces President Obama's edict: One America, One Human Race. For fresh commentary, listen to him on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Race Relations
John McWhorter - Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Author, ALL ABOUT THE BEAT: Why Hip-Hop Can't Save Black America
Hip Hop is a category of music here to stay. Enjoyable, fun to listen to; but, music. The tendency to think rap music will provide political access or solve poverTy and provide increased employment is without merit. John McWhorter suggests that all that energy be redirected toward active problem solving. Hear some of his thougths on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Race Relations, Politics
John McWhorter - Manhattan Instutute Fellow; Author, WINNING THE RACE: BEYOND THE CRISIS IN BLACK AMERICA
John McWhorter, Manhattan Institute Fellow, discusses the missing ingredient in this country's politicians. Hear him on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Race Relations, Politics
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