Black perspectives on national issues are presented in this Emmy-winning series, which includes lively panel discussions. In January 2005, the contract of commentator Armstrong Williams was terminated when it was learned that he received payments from the Bush administration to promote the No Child Left Behind Act.
First Aired: April 30, 2001
The impact of the growing Hispanic population on blacks is examined with author Richard Rodriguez (“Hunger of Memory and Days of Obligation”), Washington Times editorial writer Xemina Ortize, Felipe Luciano (“Street Talk”) and Ron Waters, director of the African American Leadership Institute. Juan Williams hosts.