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.
Left of Black S2:E8 w/E. Patrick Johnson and Honoreé Fanonne Jeffers October31, 2011 Host and Duke UniversityProfessor Mark Anthony Neal isjoined via Skype© by E. Patrick Johnson, author of SweetTea: Black Gay Men of the South; an O... Read Post
Left of Black S4:E11: The Politics of Hip-Hop & the Hip-Hop of Queerness Left of Black host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal is joined, via Skype, by artist and activist Jasiri X, who discusses the value of social med... Read Post
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