Saturday, August 8, 2020


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Terrace Martin | Racism on Trial | Third Movement | Pig Feet LIVE ft. Denzel Curry, Daylyt, G Perico
This is the Third Movement of Racism on Tria l by Terrace Martin , Denzel Curry and Kamasi Washington . The Day the N*ggaz Took Over. Performed live at Black Power Live.
Terrace Martin ft. Alex Isley, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington | Racism on Trial | Any Day Could Be Our Last | Second Movement
'This is the Second Movement of Terrace Martin 's Racism on Trial. Written for and performed live at Black Power Live.'
Kamasi Washington & Terrace Martin | Racism on Trial | Final Thoughts and Change of the Guards | First Movement Pt 1
This is Part 2 of the First Movement of Terrace Martin and Kamasi Washington 's Racism on Trial .
Terrace Martin | Racism on Trial (Ft. Denzel Curry) | The Voice of King Nipsey | First Movement Pt 1
'This is the First Movement of Terrace Martin 's Racism on Trial . Written for and performed live at Black Power Live.' -- Jammcard
The Screening Room: 'The Song Is You' (dir. Andrea Longacre-White)
'In The Song Is You , directed by Andrea Longacre-White , the rarefied air of the art world serves as a backdrop for the complicated relationship between a would-be stalker and the couple she is following.'
John Legend: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
'John Legend fully embraced the spirit of the Tiny Desk for his quarantine concert. He filmed this four-song performance in an office, in this case the Los Angeles office of his management company Friends At Work. He endearingly refers to his piano as his "tiny desk." He flew his seven-piece band out from Philadelphia to fill that office with utter joy.'
Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa: 'Journalism Is Activism'
'The documentary A Thousand Cuts focuses on how Maria Ressa and her Rappler news organization navigate Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's attacks on the press.' -- Morning Edition
The Popular Music Books Series: Alisha Lola Jones – Flaming? Fire and Desire in Black Male Gospel Performance
' Alisha Lola Jones joins the Popular Music Books in Process series to talk about her new book, Flaming? The Peculiar Theopolitics of Fire and Desire in Black Male Gospel Performance (Oxford), with a great panel: Kyra Gaunt , Mark Anthony Neal , Fredara Mareva Hadley , and Jeffrey McCune, Jr ., plus the amazing singers Patrick Dailey and Mykal Kilgore . Alisha Lola Jones, PhD is an assistant prof

AUG 04

Protest And A Black-Owned Business
'The Black Lives Matter demonstrations brought people together to protest injustice. But alongside the protests came riots, at a great cost to some Black-owned businesses.' -- The Indicator from Planet Money
It's More Than Racism: Isabel Wilkerson Explains America's 'Caste' System
'Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson says racism is an insufficient term for the systemic oppression of Black people in America. Instead, she prefers to refer to America as having a "caste" system. Wilkerson describes caste an artificial hierarchy that helps determine standing and respect, assumptions of beauty and competence, and even who gets benefit of the doubt and access to resour
Un-Gendering Racial Violence: Remembering Mary Turner by Stephane Dunn
Un-Gendering Racial Violence: Remembering Mary Turner By Stephane Dunn | @DrStephaneDunn | NewBlackMan (in Exile) The year was 1918. Mary Turner, a young Black woman near Brooks and Lowndes County, Georgia, protests the unjust killing of her husband Hayes. He was lynched with other innocent Black folk when a white mob rampages over the murder of a violent plantation owner. Mary is eight months pr

AUG 03

How "Learning Pods" Could Heighten Inequities in the U.S. School System
'With some school districts reopening and others quickly approaching their start dates, public school districts are scrambling to create schedules that can work for staff members and students. But many parents are worried about their children falling behind in this very atypical learning environment. And rather than deal with their districts directly, some parents are teaming up to create alterna
Get Lit with All Of It: Colson Whitehead, 'The Nickel Boys'
'Highlights from All Of It 's conversation with Colson Whitehead about his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel , The Nickel Boys , from the virtual Get Lit with All Of It event.'

AUG 02

The Fred Opie Show: Harvard Historian Khalil Muhammad
'A native of Chicago’s South Side, Khalil Gibran Muhammad is professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School His research and writing examines race, democracy, inequality and criminal justice in modern U.S. history. He is the author of The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban Americ a which won the 2011 John Hope Franklin Best Book award in
Radical Imagination: Marilyn Nelson, Tracy K. Smith, and Terrance Hayes on Poetry in Our Times
'In a special episode of the Poetry Podcast, Tracy K. Smith , Marilyn Nelson , and Terrance Hayes join Kevin Young to read their work, and to discuss its relationship to protest and liberation.'

AUG 01

A Black Gig Worker’s Experience
'Working Washington and gig workers representing Instacart, DoorDash, Postmates, Grubhub, Uber Eats, Shipt, GoPuff, and Caviar held #AppBlackOut from July 24th through 26th. The action was to request gig workers and allies to log off of these apps for those days, as workers demanded these companies address policies and programs that can negatively impact BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Col
How Has Racism Shaped the American Economy? Eduardo Porter and Cynthia Greenlee
'What is the relationship between American economics and American racism, and can it be severed? How will systemic racism, past and present, slow our emergence from the current downturn? New York Times journalist Eduardo Porter , author of the new book American Poison: How Racial Hostility Destroyed Our Promise , visited Zócalo Public Square with historian and writer Cynthia Greenlee to discuss e
A Thin Black Line: Press Freedom, Repression, and Surveillance
'Journalists have been violently targeted by police and arrested alongside demonstrators at Black Lives Matter protests across the country. In this episode of Making Contact we’ll look at the struggle for press freedoms during a time of repression and surveillance.' Making Contact ·
Awa Konaté /// Anti-Blackness and Nordic Exceptionalism
'Invoking the global Black uprising, this conversation between Margarida Waco and Awa Konaté examines Anti-Blackness and the different ways in which institutional and structural violence against Black and Brown bodies is 

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