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Black Women and Their Hair & Black Queer Identity in Cuba on the March 5th Left of Black

Black Women and Their Hair & Black Queer Identity in Cuba on the March 5 th Left of Black Host and Duke UniversityProfessor Mark Anthony Neal isjoined in-studio by actress and playwright Chaunesti Webb,creator and director of the new play ILove My Hair When It's Good: & Then Again When It Looks Defiant andImpressive. Neal andWebb discuss the relationship that Black women have with their hair and thebroader cultural meanings associated with Black women’s hair.
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November 7th ‘Left of Black’ Examines the #Occupy Movement

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man (3 years ago)

November 7th ‘Left of Black’ Examinesthe #Occupy Movement Host and Duke UniversityProfessor Mark Anthony Neal isjoined via Skype© by Vijay Prashad, George and Martha Kellner Chair in South AsianHistory and Professor of International... Read Post

Black, Brown, Natural and Relaxed: Women Talk Color and Role Models

Ethnicity & Race / African American : The Root (last year)

Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal sits down with creator-director Chaunesti Webb and actress Lakeisha Coffey to talk about their upcoming play I Love My Hair: The Remix and how women of color must learn to be comfortable in their... Read Post

Left of Black S2:E22 | Black Women’s Hair Matters and Black Queer Erotics in Cuba

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man (3 years ago)

Left of Black S2:E22 | March 5, 2012 Black Women’s Hair Matters and Black QueerErotics in Cuba Host and Duke University ProfessorMark Anthony Neal is joined in-studio by actress and playwright Chaunesti Webb,creator and director of ... Read Post


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