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Race & Diversity

Featured Voices: African-American Voices Three New Yorkers talk about breaking barriers, then and now.

Fighting for Equality: The story of Harlem's fighting 369th Infantry Regiment.

Harlem at a Crossroads: What does Harlem's real estate revival mean about the future of the community?

Help Wanted: Black, Male...and Unemployed: Rafael Pi Roman talks with David Jones, president of the Community Service Society, about the high unemployment rates found in NYC's black male population.

Homegrown Threat?: Rafael Pi Roman sits down with the NYPD's Richard Falkenrath to talk about the threat of "homegrown" terrorism and other issues affecting the city's safety.

International House: An organization that brings together graduate students from around the world.

Martin Luther King Remembered: Has Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream been realized?

Promoting Diversity: A four-day workshop aims to eradicate racism in the workplace.


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