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Court's reversal on Cosby conviction doesn’t sit well with Penn professor.
Air Date: July 1, 2021Listen 9:20
To commemorate Black Music Month, Real Black History pays homage to Gamble and Huff and looks at some local artists who are continuing their legacy.
Air Date: June 30, 2021Listen 22:42
For many, justice is about more than one trial.
Air Date: April 28, 2021Listen 23:29
Tony Brown and Cody Anderson, legends in the “pantheon” of Philly Black radio, recently died within one week of each other. Their deep community impact lives on.
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During Black History Month and beyond, WHYY presents “Real Black History,” a series looking at the struggle for equality.
Air Date: February 24, 2021Listen 21:01
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Temple University professor and Philly civil rights attorney Timothy Welbeck spoke with WHYY's Annette John-Hall about white supremacy and the deadly U.S. Capitol siege.
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Dorothy Johnson-Speight still holds the burden of a mother’s pain. ...
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