Friday, June 12, 2020

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NewBlackMan (in Exile) TODAY


Left of Black S10:E16—Chaédria LaBouvier on Basquiat’s “Defacement”
Writer and curator Chaédria LaBouvier has cemented her place in the art world as the first African-American person to curate an exhibition at the famed Guggenheim Museum. A scholar of the celebrated artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat , LaBouvier sat down with co-host Sasha Panaram, Ph.D. to share her process for organizing the stunning show, “ Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: The Untold Story .” The exhibit wa
Don Lemon is a Soldier for The Army of Truth
'Over the past several years, we’ve watched Don Lemon go from a semi-conservative broadcast journalist to an emotionally expressive, openly opinionated public figure. The CNN anchor has even drawn the ire of President Trump. And Lemon is OK with that. “If the President is exhibiting racist behavior,” he tells Come Through with Rebecca Carroll , “it is incumbent on journalists to point that behavi
Black Trans Lives Matter
' Imara Jones joins us to talk about creating a truly inclusive Black Lives Matter movement, and getting back to the roots of Pride. Imara Jones is an award-winning journalist, and the creator of TransLash , a multi-episode series about what it is like to be transgender, especially a trans person of color, at a time of social backlash.' -- Nancy
Gatekeepers in Publishing
' Lisa Lucas , Executive Director of the National Book Foundation, discusses the Twitter hashtag #PublishingPaidMe, where writers of color have revealed their book advances as well as the long-standing issues in the publishing industry that it's revealed.' -- All Of It


KIRBY: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
' KIRBY 's panache here, bolstered by a yellow bodysuit and blonde afro, is infectious and — just like the sunny backdrop of her manager's LA home — her vocal runs radiate a soft power. Accompanied by Tiny Desk alumni guitarist Justus West and flanked by plenty of plant life, KIRBY leans heavy into love songs off her debut album, Sis . But don't let the throwback pop and doo-wop fool you — these
“Out of Options in Terms of Reform”: Khalil Gibran Muhammad on the Racist History of Police in U.S.
' Democracy Now! speaks with Khalil Gibran Muhammad , a professor of history, race and public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Suzanne Young Murray professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, about the significance of this moment and the history of policing in the U.S. “We haven’t seen a moment like this in at least half a century,” Muhammad says. “It’s hard to know for s
Ras Baraka: "What We Want"
Poem and performance from Newark, NJ mayor Ras Baraka . Lyrics: Ras Baraka @rasjbaraka Music: Jerry Wonda @princewonda Video Directed by: Ayana Stafford-Morris Video Produced by: Udi Aloni
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