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  1. A Class Divided
  2. A History of Native Americans
  3. A History of Slavery in America
  4. A History of the Civil Rights Movement
  5. African American Women Writers
  6. Alice Walker and Woman Studies
  7. Def Comedy Jam Homecoming 1999
  8. Jackie Cross the Line
  9. Opening Session
  10. Seventh Annual Pre-Commencement Reception
  11. Terms of Peace/Space is the Place
  12. 1993 Freshmen Racism Video
  13. 8th Annual Pre-Commencement Reception
  14. 9th Annual Pre-Commencement Reception
  15. A Question of Color
  16. A Reason to Celebrate WVU African Ensemble
  17. A Reason to Celebrate WVU African Ensemble
  18. A Slice of Rice, Frijoles, and Greens
  19. Aberrathy Profess. 1
  20. ACA Music and Entertainment Corp.
  21. Affirmative Action Episode 000
  22. Africa, Pt.1
  23. Africa, Pt.2
  24. Africa, Pt.3
  25. African American Culture Centers
  26. African American All Americans at Risk
  27. African American Career Forum
  28. African American Cultural Centers and
  29. African American Life
  30. African Americans
  31. African Americans and the Redefinition of Am., Pt1
  32. African Americans and the Redefinition of Am., Pt2
  33. African Americans in Romance and Art
  34. African Americans, Africans, and Africa
  35. African Dance ensemble (practice)
  36. African Descendants & Politically Correct Freedom
  37. African Drumming and Dance, Pt.1
  38. African Drumming and Dance, Pt.2
  39. African in America, Pt. I
  40. African in America, Pt. II
  41. Africans in America
  42. Africans in America pt.
  43. Afrique, je te plumerai
  44. America's Multicultural Heritage
  45. Andrew Young
  46. Apartheid Demise Lecture
  47. Appreciating Diversity
  48. At the River I Stand
  49. BCC Summary
  50. BCC/BEC Gospel Fest '95
  51. Beach Blast 1998 by Je's Passin' By Productions
  52. Beach Blast 99
  53. BEC Auction "97"
  54. BEC Lip Sync "98"
  55. Beyond Black & White
  56. Beyond Election Day: Illusions vs. Empowerment
  57. Black Athena
  58. Black Entrepreneurship
  59. Black Sugar: Slavery from an African Perspective
  60. Blacks and Jews
  61. Blacks in the Media
  62. Bobby Seale Lecture
  63. Booker T. Washington
  64. BSL Celebration of African-American Women
  65. Camp Logan
  66. Campus Racism
  67. Closing Remarks
  68. Comedy/Novelty/Music
  69. Conference Luncheon: IUP Voices of Joy
  70. Contemporary Issues of African American Culture
  71. Counter Trends '96
  72. Counter Trends '97
  73. Counter Trends '98
  74. Counter Trends '99
  75. Curriculum innovations
  76. Danny Glover
  77. Death Songs : Columbus and the Conquest of Paradise
  78. Developing Positive Self Images and Discipline in
  79. Different not Deficient Part II
  80. Difficult Dialogues
  81. Digging for Slaves
  82. Directions 1994
  83. Directions 1997
  84. Directions 1998
  85. Discovering Jazz
  86. Discovering the Music of Africa
  87. Doing the Right Thing : Improving Classroom Environment
  88. Doing the Right Thing in Indiana County 1850-2000
  89. Dr. Mary Walker
  90. Drum Major Instinct
  91. Drum Talk Workshop
  92. Educational Video Network
  93. Family Across the Sea
  94. February One
  95. Festus Obiakor Lecture
  96. Field to Factory: Afro-American Migration 1915-40
  97. Filtering People: A View of Our Prejudices
  98. For My People
  99. Frederick Douglas Now
  100. Frederick Douglass, An American Life
  101. Free at Last
  102. Freedom Faith
  103. Freshmen Racism 1993
  104. Fun flicks : Beach Blast '96 Part 1 and 2
  105. Fusion: A Celebration of African Dance, Music
  106. General Colin Powell: What I've Learned
  107. Gifted Hands, Think Big
  108. God is a Negro
  109. Goin' to Chicago
  110. Graduating Minority Reception
  111. Great Black Innovators
  112. Great Black Women: Achievers Against the Odds
  113. Guide my Feet
  114. Harlem Renaissance 1990
  115. Hip hop vs. Maat
  116. Homecoming 1995
  117. Homecoming 1998
  118. Ill Gotten Gains
  119. Inheritors of the Faith
  120. In the Tradition
  121. Integrating technology
  122. International Day Festival
  123. International Day Festival Fashion Show
  124. IUP's President's Reception
  125. Journey through Jazz, Pt. 1
  126. Journey through Jazz, Pt. 2
  127. Kayaga! of Africa
  128. Keita!, I heritage du griot
  129. Kings on the Hill: Baseball's forgotten men
  130. Kwanzaa 1990, Part 1
  131. Kwanzaa 1990, Part 2
  132. Kwanzaa 1992, Part 1
  133. Kwanzaa 1992, Part 2
  134. Kwanzaa Celebration '94
  135. Kwanzaa Celebration '96
  136. Kwanzaa Celebration '97
  137. Kwanzaa Celebration '98
  138. Learning to Live with Diversity
  139. Legacy of a Dream
  140. Linguistic Truths, Black English
  141. Love to All, Lorraine
  142. Lumumba: La Mort du Prophete
  143. Martin Luther King Jr.: The Man and the Dream
  144. M. L. K. Jr. Celebration '93, Part 1
  145. M. L. K. Jr. Celebration '94
  146. M. L. K. March 2000
  147. M.L. K. Jr. Celebration '96
  148. MLK Program-Kevin Powell 1-25-99
  149. M.L. K. Jr. Celebration '99
  150. M.L.K. Jr. Celebration '92, Part 2
  151. M.L.K. Jr. Celebration '93, Part 2
  152. M.L.K. Jr. Celebration '95
  153. M.L.K. Jr. Celebration '97
  154. Malcolm X
  155. Marketing Booze to Blacks
  156. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X and Black Church
  157. Martin Luther King Jr. "I Have A Dream"
  158. MLK Celebration '92 part 1
  159. Mobilization for Social, Political, and
  160. Modern Man
  161. Motown Review
  162. On Becoming a Human Being, Part 1 and 2
  163. Only the Ball Was White
  164. Origins of Civilization, Part 1
  165. Origins of Civilization, Part 2
  166. Overcoming the Challenges of Tomorrow
  167. Pre-commencement Reception '92
  168. Racial Legacies & Learning 2
  169. Racial Legacies and Learning
  170. Restoring America's Self-Esteem
  171. Reverend Michael Dyson
  172. Richard Wright, Black Boy
  173. Ricki Lake Show
  174. Rise Up and Call Their Names
  175. Roberto Santiago Lecture
  176. Rosa Parks: The Path to Freedom
  177. Sankofa
  178. Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
  179. Securing Employment in a New Age
  180. Sharon Pratt Kelly
  181. Showing Yourself in a 'Color Blind' Society
  182. Sister to Sister
  183. Sister to Sister
  184. Something Within Me
  185. Speak of Me As I Am: The story of Paul Robeson
  186. Special Children's Session
  187. Spirit, Black and Female: A Tribute to African Americans
  188. Steel Kings
  189. Steps for the Future: That’s Me and Choose Life
  190. Stop the Madness
  191. Teach, Practice, and Apply
  192. Teaching the Academically Diverse Classroom
  193. The Affirmative Action Debates
  194. The African American Holiday of Kwanzaa
  195. The Angry Eye with Jane Elliott
  196. The Buffalo Soldiers
  197. The Black Press: Soldiers without Swords
  198. The Economic, Social, and Political Empowerment of
  199. The Eye Is on the Sparrow
  200. The Historical Role of the African American Church
  201. The Leaders
  202. The Meeting at IUP
  203. The Nation
  204. The National Prisoners' African Studies Project
  205. The New Aunt Jemima
  206. The Rise in Campus Racism: Causes and Solutions
  207. The Rosa Parks Story
  208. There is a River
  209. The Sisterhood and the Academy
  210. The Speeches of Martin Luther King Jr.
  211. The Status of African American Affairs
  212. The Tuskegee Airmen
  213. The True Story of Malcolm X
  214. The Underground Railroad
  215. To Be Popular or Smart
  216. Tracie Morris
  217. Ty Kirkland
  218. Understanding Our Biases and Assumptions
  219. Unearthing The Slave Trade
  220. Unsung Stories: Slave Resistance.
  221. Voices From the past
  222. VOJ/LaJoyce Brookshire
  223. W.E.B. Du Bois, a biography in four voices
  224. What about Black Woyman
  225. What Every African Should Know to Survive
  226. When Cultures Meet Face to Face
  227. When Society's Problems Walk through the Door
  228. Whole Child, Whole Village
  229. Why Value Diversity?
  230. Witness to Apartheid
  231. Womanism, Feminism, and Women Studies
  232. Women of the Calabash
  233. Women's Sekere Ensemble
  234. WVU Drum and Dance
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