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Three American contractors were taken and held captive for 31 days by a Shia militia allied with the Iraqi government. They were interrogated, beaten and held in stress positions. Iraqi officials put out misinformation about who they were and what they were doing. Waiel El-Maadawy and Russell Frost describe their ordeal.
We tour the new National Museum of African American History and Culture… Listen to the community… Marvin Gaye choreographed… Howard University Syymphony and more.
Cathy Hughes, visionary and founder of Radio One and TVOne, the only “Totally Black Owned” cable network in the history of the industry, visits us to fit as much of her wonderful illustrious career that we can into an hour! We cover a 16 year old single mother’s evolution into a Media Powerhouse, the many […]
Asra Nomani, one of the “bad girls of Islam” is fighting for the soul of Islam. She wants to see a faith that embraces human rights for everyone. Co-founder of the Muslim Reform Movement and author of the memoir, “Standing Alone: An American Woman’s Struggle for the Soul of Islam”