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Regé-Jean Page On Redefining Regency-Era Masculinity In 'Bridgerton'
'All Things Considered 's Ailsa Chang talks with actor Regé-Jean Page about the new Netflix series Bridgerton . Page stars in the new Regency-era romance as the Duke of Hastings, the story's leading character.'
Black Women and Citizenship in the French Empire: A Conversation with Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel
' In Theory guest host Ariel Mond (PhD candidate, Rutgers University – New Brunswick) interviews Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel , assistant professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Michigan, about her new book, Reimagining Liberation: How Black Women Transformed Citizenship in the French Empire (University of Illinois Press, 2020).' In Theory: The JHI Blog Podcast · Black Women
Pierce Freelon On His Children's Album And The Legacy Of His Creative Black Family
'As a Black millennial father from the South, Pierce Freelon says he aims to diversify children's music. "I don't see enough depictions of Black men as nurturers, " he says. "You know, goofy kind of caring caregivers." The 36-year-old musician lives in Durham, N.C., with his wife and two kids. He's just released his first children's album, D.a.D , collaborating with musical guests in different ge
The Rev. Dr. Luke A. Powery – “A Homiletical Sankofa: The Spirituals and the Future of Ministry”
'The Rev. Dr. Luke A. Powery , dean of Duke University Chapel and associate professor of homiletics at Duke Divinity School, presented the annual Howard Thurman Lecture, sponsored by Candler’s Black Church Studies program, as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations. The lecture, “A Homiletical Sankofa: The Spirituals and the Future of Ministry,” focused on the Black church’s vital practices of
Ruby Hamad on 'White Tears Brown Scars'
'What happens when racism and sexism collides? Ruby Hamad joined Coast Connect for a discussion about her book White Tears Brown Scars , reflecting on the dynamics between white women and women of colour.'
“Bridgerton” Presents a More Diverse Vision of the Period Drama
'Writer and producer Shonda Rhimes is best known for her work on a number of successful network television dramas including Grey’s Anatomy , Scandal , and How to Get Away with Murder . Rhimes makes the leap to streaming with her Netflix debut, Bridgerton . The show is a romantic drama, set in the high society of early 19th century England. But unlike so many period pieces that depict the era with
Don Bryant: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
'Classic soul music feels best in a club, with a lead singer and big band, preferably with horns, playing off the excitement of a sweaty crowd, drawing them in to stories of love, or love lost, or love reclaimed. It's a hard feeling to 

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