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Diary of a Song: How Prince Wrote a Political Anthem That’s Still Relevant Today
'Breaking down the 1987 track, “Sign o’ the Times,” that’s still powerfully resonant today, Prince ’s closest collaborators, including the recording engineer Susan Rogers , his co-writer and romantic partner Susannah Melvoin and the bassist Levi Seacer Jr ., offer an exclusive look into his songwriting.'
Zanele Muholi: In Conversation with Lady Phyll
Zanele Muholi, Ordeal 2003. Tate. © Zanele Muholi 'A conversation between Zanele Muholi and Lady Phyll of UK Black Pride . Together, they discuss what difficult love looks like for QTIPOC communities in South Africa and Britain and the importance of chosen families. This talk forms a part of From a Place of Love, a collaboration between Tate Exchange's Love programme and UK Black Pride, whose the
Understanding Bomba: Puerto Rican Music of Resistance
'Bomba is an ancient genre of resistance from Puerto Rico created by enslaved people on the island over 400 years ago. Recently, bomba music has been a staple of Black Lives Matter protests calling back to its roots as a music of resilience. Together, hosts Linda Diaz and LA Buckner break down the musical and cultural elements that make bomba, bomba. Ivelisse Diaz of Bomba con Buya teaches Linda
Devon Gilfillian live at Paste Studio on the Road: Nashville
'Devon Gilfillian live at Paste Magazine Studio on the Road: Nashville presented by Paste and Instrumenthead Live'
Code Switch: Is It Time To Say R.I.P. to P.O.C.?
'Suffice it to say, we use the term "POC" a lot on Code Switch . But even terms created with the best of intentions can morph in meaning. We asked academics, writers and our listeners some big questions: What do we mean when we say "people of color"? Why do some of us identify with that term? Why does it annoy so many other people? Is it time to say R.I.P. to POC? And, if so, is BIPOC the new kid
Denzel Washington on Bringing 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' to the Screen
' The story of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom , about a 1920s blues singer's difficult recording session, is one of talent marred by tragedy. But the film adaptation of August Wilson's play is also one of those occasions when the story behind the scenes is just as compelling – and equally tragic. CBS Sunday Mornin g correspondent Tracy Smith talked with Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis , Oscar-winner
Chloe x Halle: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
'Powerful sister duo Chloe x Halle went all out on this one. Flanked by personal memorabilia supplied by their mother, the Bailey sisters did their best to make this studio performance really feel like a home concert. As they volley off each other, swapping lead and harmonies, it's amazing to watch how years of practice and innate genetic chemistry have them synced tighter than a SMPTE timecode.
Captured By The Game: Nipsey Hussle
'After LA rapper Nipsey Hussle was murdered in 2019, city officials praised him for his community advocacy. But NPR has learned that behind the scenes, some law enforcement officers branded Nipsey as a gang member, and that label meant another man from Nipsey's neighborhood would be sen

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