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To Be Young, Black & Revolutionary: 'Judas & the Black Messiah' Review by Stephane Dunn
To Be Young, Black & Revolutionary: Judas & the Black Messiah Review By Stephane Dunn | @DrStephaneDunn | NewBlackMan (in Exile) “You can murder a revolutionary but you can’t murder a revolution.” – Fred Hampton, Judas and the Black Messiah Contrary to false narratives of patriotic insurrection and election theft, the US government has committed conspiracies against its citizens. Director Shaka K
Left of Black S11 · E14 | Exploring Black Cosmologies Through the Art of Mikael Owunna
Black bodies have long been associated with death and the site for racial trauma induced by systemic oppression. But how can we unfetter our imagination on how we view the Black body, which ultimately impacts how we all view ourselves? Duke alumnus Mikael Owunna , a queer Nigerian-Swedish American multimedia artist and engineer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania joins Left of Black host Mark Antho
'Black Moses' Lives On: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates
'Decades before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X , Marcus Garvey attracted millions with a simple, uncompromising message: Black people deserved nothing less than everything, and if that couldn't happen in the United States, they should return to Africa. Throughline examines the seismic influence and complicated legacy of Marcus Garvey.'
Def Jam Presents: Through The Lens - Ricky Powell (Episode 2)
'An ode to the impact of the iconic photography that became synonymous with Def Jam and, its biggest stars, Through The Lens will focuses on the three distinct eras that span the label’s 35 year history to date. Born and raised in New York City, Ricky Powell was a legendary photographer who specialized in the environmental portrait. Powell’s photographs focus on the organic New Yorker. His photog
Charlie Cobb: 'Protest is necessary ... but it is not sufficient.'
'In 1980, Eddie Conway participated in and helped organize a prisoners’ educational outreach program called “To Say Their Own Words,” where thinkers and scholars came to Maryland Penitentiary and spoke about topics like impending U.S. fascism, the prison-industrial complex, capitalism, increased surveillance, and many other issues that have become even more pressing today. These speakers included
“This Woman’s Work”: Why Cicely Tyson Is So Important to Black Women’s Respect in Hollywood by Stephane Dun
“This Woman’s Work”: Why Cicely Tyson Is So Important to Black Women’s Respect in Hollywood By Stephane Dunn | @DrStephaneDunn | NewBlackMan (in Exile) It ain’t merely a Black woman fan or actress thing. Cicely Tyson was a BOSS when it was still so overtly damned hard to be so in Hollywood and American culture generally. The latest Golden Globe shut out of black actresses and actors underscores T
Vocalo: James Spooner Talks Basquiat, Filmmaking and Afro-punk
'James Spooner is a founder of the Afro-punk movement, and director of the seminal film Afro-Punk . Spooner recently directed a Part Two of a mini documentary series focused on the musical influences of Jean-Michel Basquiat , Time Decorated . He sat down with Vocalo to talk about Afro-Punk, the No Wave movement and the cultural impact of the musical underground.'

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