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October 23, 2016: Black Folk Do! — We'll ride horses with the Barnyard Bandits Saddle Club in Smithfield, run with Black Girls Run Greensboro, take a hike with the Neighborhood Ecology Corps with the Center for Human-Earth Restoration, and jump in the water with Aquablazers Swimming Team for sports and recreation Black Folk do! Featuring Black Issues Forum production intern Paris Alston.
October 16, 2016: Unspoken Truth about HIV/AIDS — Despite progress in the medical and social stigma realms, black North Carolinians are still suffering at staggering rates from HIV and AIDS. Bridgett Luckey and Drs. Allison Mathews of 2BeatHIV and Adaora Adimora discuss how to continue and increase the fight against this terrible medical phenomenon. BIF intern Ayana Sadler also takes us to a 2BeatHIV event in Durham for more information about HIV research.
October 9, 2016: What is Race? — The concept of race is a complex matter, and often it is difficult to have a real conversation about race and ethnicity without tensions rising and offenses being launched. Deborah has a dialogue about the definition of race and more with Dr. Candis Watts Smith of UNC-Chapel Hill, Dr. Mark Anthony Neal of Duke University, and Samone Oates-Bullock, a student at UNC-CH.
October 2, 2016: Black Exploitation in College Sports — College sports are a beloved and time-honored tradition - but what does it mean when the athletes who provide the excitement of competition don't get the education that they were promised or proper compensation? Dwayne Ballen of CBS Sports, CL Brown of ESPN.com, and Dr. Deborah Stroman of UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School flesh out the problems with big university athletic programs in the NCAA.