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Duke Professor Mark Anthony Neal on public perceptions that the UNLV teams of 1990-1991 were "thugs" who succeeded via sheer physicality and the Duke teams of that era "played the game right."
Spelman College's Beverly Guy-Sheftall talks about the remarkably long history of Black Feminists and the links between the abolition and suffragist movements--via Maker s
Joan Morgan unpacks, with Melissa Harris-Perry, a feminism that "fucks with the grays" with regards to the allure of Hip-Hop.
Quincy Jones: Black Music’s Institutional Memory His initial “Q” is synonymous with every thing that Quincy Jones has done and his achievements as a musician, songwriter, producer, arranger, record label executive and entrepreneur are nearly unmatched by any of his peers. Show More Summary
Music and Visuals for Raheem DeVaughn's "Queen" from his latest studio recording Love Sex Passion.
Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago discusses #BlackLivesMatter and the Criminalization of Blackness.
The Remix host James Braxton Peterson: "When you look at these issues top to bottom, when we look from the office of the president to the halls of fraternity houses at the University of Oklahoma, the theme remains the same: We have an unquestionable inability to respect the full humanity of black life.
New York Times Video primer on the recent FCC decision regarding Net Neutrality.
"More house classics from my college days (1988 - 1992). Great memories from this time in my life. My brother, DJ Reese, use to come back to school with new house records from NYC as well as all of these mix tapes - Bobby Konders, DJ Disciple, Berlin Bob, Tony Humphries, John Robinson, David Morales, etc. Show More Summary
Dr. Barbara Ransby, Professor of African American Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago talks comparisons between Ella Baker and Shirley Chisholm.
Huffpost Live Host Marc Lamont Hill talks with actor Wendell Pierce about #Ferguson's connection to the Civil Rights Movement.
THEESatisfaction performs tracks from their new recording EarthEE live in-studio at Seattle's KEXP.
Sohail Daulatzai, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies and African American Studies at the University of California, Irvine talks about Malcolm X's legacy in the Muslim World. Daulatzai is the author of Black Star Crescent Moon: The Muslim International and Black Freedom beyond America.
Left of Black S5:E23: Race and Suburban Schooling Left of Black host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal (@NewBlackMan) is joined in-studio by Sociologist R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCo y (@DumiLM), author of Inequality in the Promised Land: Race, Resources, and Suburban Schooling (Stanford University Press, 2014). Show More Summary
Black Lives Matter - Discussing Race and Anti-Black Violence Duke University Divinity School Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 5:30pmAlumni Memorial Common Room The Duke Divinity School Office of the Dean and the Office of Black Church Studies will host four guest speakers to continue a discussion of race and anti-black violence. Show More Summary
The Nasher Museum presents the fourth in a series of video interviews with artists whose works are part of "Area 919: Artists in the Triangle." Artist André Leon Gray speaks about "What Does Revolution Sound Like?"
103-year-old Amelia Boynton recalls the events of Bloody Sunday. Boynton was portrayed by Lorraine Toussaint in the Academy Award Nominated film Selma.
Complex report on recent story from The Guardian which highlights that local and state law enforcement agencies in the US underreported more than 500 police killings per year.
In the this episode of Complex's Magnum Opus, LL Cool J and others discuss the legacy of his classic "Rock The Bells."
Dr. Salamishah Tillet explores feminism and discusses how girls and women of color can be shielded from violence; the relationship between African Americans and Africa concerning memory and identity; and shares her thoughts on Nina Simone’s radicalism. -- from the Schomburg Center Listen Up! Podcast Series.