Saturday, January 2, 2021

THIS WEEK WITH NEWBLACKMAN (IN EXILE) #BLM #BLACKLIVESMATTER

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THIS WEEK WITH NEWBLACKMAN (IN EXILE)



Food Writer On The Future Of Black-Owned Restaurants In The Bay Area
'NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Justin Phillips , a food writer for the San Francisco Chronicle , about the potential demise of many Black-owned restaurants in the Bay Area.'
Viola Davis: The 60 Minutes Interview
' Viola Davis opens up to Jon Wertheim about her role as Ma Rainey , her relationship with August Wilson 's material, a bold scene on "How to Get Away with Murder" and her life growing up.'
The Quarantine Tapes 147: Reverend William Barber
'On episode 147 of The Quarantine Tapes , guest host Eddie Glaude is joined by Reverend William Barber . Eddie and Williams have a stirring conversation about how this moment of death and grief fits into a long history of acceptable deaths in the United States. They talk about what faith can mean in this moment as William draws lessons from the Bible about how to be critical of the system and con
PJ Morton: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
'Gathered in a big airy space in his hometown of New Orleans, PJ Morton and his band performed three selections from the now Grammy-nominated The Gospel According To PJ, his very first gospel album. He grew up playing gospel music, but chose secular music as his professional path. The album brings him back full circle, a journey mapped out in conversations on the album with his father, Bishop Pau
Domestic Violence, Race, Class and the Edge of Carceral Feminism
'Law scholar Aya Gruber examines the intersection of gender crime and criminal law in the mass incarceration era - and explains how 'tough on crime' policies towards domestic violence expanded the policing, surveillance and punishment of marginalized communities, amplifying the harm faced by victims and their families. Gruber is author of the book The Feminist War on Crime: The Unexpected Role of
Left of Black S11 · E9 | André Brock, Jr. Discusses African American Cybercultures on the Web
How do Black people show up online? And how does that digital presence contribute to vital conversations that, many times, can only happen in a virtual space? A ndré Brock, Jr. , Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech, joins Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal to talk about how African Americans infuse Blackness into the digital spaces they occu
The Quarantine Tapes 145: Natasha Trethewey
'Guest host Eddie Glaude is joined by poet Natasha Trethewey on episode 145 of The Quarantine Tapes . Natasha’s most recent book is her memoir, Memorial Drive . In their conversation, Eddie asks her about the process of writing and releasing that book into this moment of political and social reckoning. Natasha offers a deep look at her process of crafting this book in an emotional and thoughtful
Lawyer Brittany Barnett Combats America's 'Huge Crisis' Of Mass Incarceration
' Brittany Barnett works on behalf of people serving harsh sentences as a result of the war on drugs. Nine of her clients have been granted clemency. Her new memoir is A Knock at Midnight.' -- Fresh Air
Big Freedia: God Save the Queen Diva
' Big Freedia is a 21st Century musical trailblazer from the Dirty South, who emerged from the Bounce music scene in New Orleans and has helped popularize the genre across the country and the world. Big Freedia joins LA Review of Books co-hosts Eric Newman and Medaya Ocher to discuss her new memoir God Save the Queen Diva; and talk about how she, and dance club culture in general, has responded t
Pandemic Relief and the Georgia Elections by Ben Jealous
| @BenJealous | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) Fair warning: this isn’t a traditional Christmas-week column. If we think of clarity as a kind of gift, though, we can be grateful that the effort to pass a much-needed COVID-19 relief bill in the waning days of this Congress makes one thing crystal clear: hurting families and small businesses will be abandoned if Republicans keep control of the
Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha On 'Sylvie's Love"
'Actors Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha, the stars of Sylvie's Love talk about Black man vulnerability, not having to choose as a woman, and more.' -- VIBE Magazine
Louder Than A Riot: Making Revolution Irresistible
' Yo Gotti grew up in Memphis just across the state line from Mississippi State Penitentiary (aka Parchman) — so this year, when he learned about the squalor its inmates were living in, he wanted to help. Gotti enlisted Jay-Z and Roc Nation to sue the department of corrections for human rights violations. In our finale episode, Louder Than A Riot ask how much celebrity activism really helps the p
In 'Soul,' Jon Batiste's Music Helps Bring Pixar's First Black Lead To Life
'Pixar's new animated film Soul is the story of Joe Gardner, a middle school school music teacher with big dreams about performing jazz onstage. "Music is all I think about, from the moment I wake up in the morning to the moment I 

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