Blog Profile / New Black Man

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Writer Hilton Als Talks Ruthlessness and Freeing Your Art-Making

Hilton Als (Sean Pressley) 'Hilton Als is an intellectual omnivore who roots his art and criticism in reality and a search for the truth. A writer, New Yorker theater critic, curator, photographer, director and professor, Als’s workShow More Summary

Princeton Professor Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. Talks Race and Racism After the Obama Administration

'Princeton University Professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr. joins us to discuss his new book, Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul, which examines race in the United States at the end of the our first black presidency. Show More Summary

Revisiting Duke Ellington on a Turquoise Cloud: Jazz Vocalist Candice Hoyes in Conversation with Mark Anthony Neal

Revisiting Duke Ellington on a Turquoise Cloud by Camille Jackson | @Camille225 | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) Jazz vocalist Candice Hoyes will join Professor Mark Anthony Neal for public talk Thursday When classically trained jazz...Show More Summary

Fusion: Why We Don't Call People The 'Blacks' + The 'Whites'

'What's wrong with using "blacks" and "whites"? A lot. This turns these words into nouns, when they should be used as adjectives. Also, adding “the” has a distancing effect that divides and objectifies people by design, and misrepresents and reduces millions of people's lives and experiences. Here's a breakdown of our style guide, and why the words we use matter.' -- +Fusion

"Where do we go from here?" -- Nina Turner on the Women’s March in D.C.

'The former Ohio state senator and Sanders delegate Nina Turner says her biggest concern is how to sustain the synergy from the grassroots.' -- +The Real News Network

Gloria Steinem & Harry Belafonte: Still Carrying A Torch for Activism

'Feminist icon Gloria Steinem and Social Activist Harry Belafonte discuss the past, present, and future of activism.' -- +TIME

This Black Gun Club Is All About Open Carry

'The Huey P. Newton Gun Club, named after the co-founder of the Black Panther Party, advocates for armed self-defense against police brutality. It was established in Dallas, Texas, in 2014 Shot by video journalist Katina Parker for +AJ+'

Martin Luther King, Jr. as an Aging Radical Theologian: The Later King (part two)

Martin Luther King, Jr. as an Aging Radical Theologian: The Later King (part two) by Charles Bane, Jr. | NewBlackMan (in Exile) " He who has been earnest in the love of knowledge must have thoughts immortal; if he attains truth, andShow More Summary

Inside Black Lives Matter's Inauguration Day Protest

'Take a look inside a Black Lives Matter protest on Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C. — where activists are gearing up for four years of resistance to President Donald J. Trump.' --.Mic

Radical Imagination: Jazz and Social Justice

“Our best musicians in the jazz tradition were radical imaginers,” says Samora Pinderhughes. A pianist and composer in his mid-20s, he has asserted his connection to that lineage with The Transformations Suite, an earnest and ambitious new work combining music, words and visuals. Show More Summary

The Designs of Black Architect Julian Abele

'The blue prints and drawings for many of Duke University's earliest buildings were on a rare display for the public on January 12, 2017. The showcase gave Duke students, faculty, staff and community members a chance to explore the work of Julian Abele, who was the African-American architect who designed the majority of Duke's campus.' -- +Duke University

How Social Media Killed Traditional News

'The church was the first news magnate, says tech entrepreneur Oliver Luckett. It was a top-down centralized network where just few people could access the word of God, and would disseminate that information to the masses. CenturiesShow More Summary

REVIEW: August Wilson's 'Jitney' Roars onto Broadway

'August Wilson's Century Cycle is a masterpiece — 10 plays that explore the Black experience in America, decade by decade. Nine of them have been on Broadway. And now the tenth is, too. As directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, and starring Andre Holland of Moonlight, this magnificent production of August Wilson's Jitney is one of the best shows to be staged this year. '

#TheRemix: Senator Jeff Sessions + Race + Law Enforcement

'On this episode of #TheRemix, Drexel University law professor Donald Tibbs talks with host James Braxton Peterson about the possible confirmation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general of the United States and how Sessions could affect cases involving police shootings of unarmed people of color.'

#BlackCodeStudies: The EP (The A-Side)

#BlackCodeStudies: The EP (The A-Side) Freedom (interlude) | Noname quotidian+free+femme Let It Go | Lorine Chia, Romero Mosley hustle+loss+fight How Much Would You Cost | Matana Roberts break+commodity+bodies Black Beatles | Rae Sremmurd, Gucci Man e wild+young+free Eleggua (Intro) | Ibeyi trickster+crossroads+open

Can it be Physically Damaging to be African American? The Link Between "Lived Life" Experiences and Health

'Can it be physically damaging to be African American? Duke University Professor Jay Pearson says there's chromosomal evidence that our bodies react to a combination of ethnicity stress and socioeconomic status. There are important resources...Show More Summary

Michael Eric Dyson on America's Path for Moral Redemption

'Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown sociology professor, New York Times contributing opinion writer and author of Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America (St. Martin's Press, 2017), argues that to truly make progress in a racially...Show More Summary

#BackChannel: Black Popular Culture Prepares for a Trump Presidency

As Black Popular Culture wrestles the influence of a new President, State of Things host Frank Stasio talks with Natalie Bullock Brown, professor of film and broadcast media at St. Augustine's University and Mark Anthony Neal, professor...Show More Summary

Left of Black S7:E11: “Are We Free?” -- Kyle Abraham Talks Dance as Protest

Left of Black S7:E11: “Are We Free?” -- Kyle Abraham Talks Dance as Protest On this episode of Left of Black Award winning dancer and choreographer Kyle Abraham talks with host Mark Anthony Neal about his work When the Wolves Came In,...Show More Summary

Friends Sterling K. Brown (This is Us) & Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) on Their Breakout Year

Actors and friends Sterling K. Brown and Brian Tyree Henry with Spin-off host Michael Schneider (C) ' Actors Sterling K. Brown and Brian Tyree Henry first met a decade ago in New York, when they were both playing drag queens in a play by Tarell Alvin McCraney. Show More Summary

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