Freshman Seminar COAS at Howard University 11-03-2018.

Class is now in session!! Nick Cannon discusses the importance of HBCU's, Holiday's such as "Columbus Day", and his decision to go back to college in an all new episode of Cannon's Class.
In this session of #CannonsClass Dr. Carr and I discuss the relevance of Guns, how the first drive by started and more.

Roundtable Conversation, “The Black Arts Movement: A Foundation for a Literature of Resistance and Activism”

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was fatally assassinated on April 4th 1968 on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Tennessee, WHUT - Howard University television, hosts a panel discussion across a wide spectrum of different generations and walks of life....
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Black Panther continues to break records.

Black Panther discussion with Jabari Sellars & Dr. Greg Carr

Diverse Issues in Higher Education  

America Remains Divided 50 Years After Kerner

Carter G. Woodson 

FROM THE SANKOFA ARCHIVES..... This is a presentation given as part of the ASCAC Communiversity Lecture Series in Philadelphia by Dr. Greg Kimathi Carr on February 9, 2008. This title of his presentation....INTELLECTUAL OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA-The Life and Legacy of Carter G. Woodson.

Carter G. Woodson Lesson Plan    - Click to download.

Carter G. Woodson Lesson Plan - Click to download.

THE HISTORY OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Article Featured in Ebony Magazine

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Examining moving forward with Donald Trump as President, we have Howard University Professors Dr. Keneshia Grant and Dr. Gregory Carr. They visit us to talk about what exactly happened for Trump to win the election and the possible ramifications of his presidency.

Inner City Studies at 50

Dr. Greg Carr's lecture "Inner City Studies at Fifty: Institutionalizing Intellectual Warfare" as a part of the CCICS fifty year celebration.


The Legacy of Marcus Garvey

On this Special Edition of The Rock Newman Show we're visited by the son of The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Creator of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), creator of the famous Red Black & Green flag and credited as the inspiration for the Civil Rights Era and the creation of several other major organizations that spouted in the Black Community.

Race Relations in the U.S.

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Roland Martin Show Podcast

Jackie Robinson PBS  

The Michael Imhotep Show, with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  Dr. Greg Carr, Chair of The Afro American Studies Dept., “Jackie Robinson, The Color Barrier and The Destruction of The Negro Baseball Leagues”.  We took an in depth, complex look at the impact that Jackie Robinson and others had on the Negro Baseball Leagues when they decided to play in the Major Leagues and how this led to the destruction of one of the biggest African American owned industries in the country. 

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