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White Purity, Black Sexuality, and Their Roles in America’s History of Racism: A Conversation with Historians Jane Dailey and Nell Painter
'In her new book, White Fright: The Sexual Panic at the Heart of America’s Racist History , historian Jane Dailey places white fear of Black sexuality and interracial sex at the center of America’s history of racism. Dailey brings into sharp relief how white focus on safeguarding purity fueled centuries of brutality and structural racism. Historian Nell Painter looks at the nineteenth and twentie
Behind the Scene: AFI DWW Alumna Neema Barnette on QUEEN SUGAR
'Filmmaker and AFI Directing Workshop for Women alumna Neema Barnette talks about working on the series QUEEN SUGAR .' -- American Film Institute
Julia Bullock: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
' Soprano Julia Bullock prefers to be called a "classical singer." It's a rather humble, even vague, appellation for one of today's smartest, most arresting vocalists in any genre. She was just named Artist of the Year by Musical America , who labeled her an "agent of change." Bullock, who also considers herself an activist, has shaken up the classical music world recently with provocative progra
Black Voters Matter Co-Founder: Black Voters In Georgia Fuel 'New Southern Strategy'
'Voting rights activist LaTosha Brown says the Senate runoff results in Georgia represent how mobilizing and harnessing the power of Black voters can help forge a new political landscape.' -- All Things Considered
Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Season 7 of 'Finding Your Roots'
'Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. joins CBS This Morning to discuss his popular PBS series, "Finding Your Roots." Gates researches Gayle King's family tree on a season 7 episode.'
One Night in Miami... | Official Traile
'A look at Regina King ’s directorial debut of One Night in Miami… What happens when Cassius Clay , Malcolm X , Jim Brown , and Sam Cooke find themselves in the same hotel room in the aftermath of Cly winning the Heavyweight boxing championship.'
The Quarantine Tapes 146: Kiese Laymon
'Guest host Eddie Glaude is joined by writer Kiese Laymon on episode 146 of The Quarantine Tapes . They connect over their shared background as writers from Mississippi and Eddie asks Kiese about his worries prior to the release of his recent memoir. Kiese talks about his relationship to the margins in his writing. They take a deep look at the craft of writing, discussing influences, revision, an
A Former Negro League Player Reflects on Major League Baseball Accepting Negro League Stats
' Major League Baseball recently announced it would officially give the Negro Leagues major league status. That means it would recognize the stats and records of the roughly 3,400 Black players who played in the Negro Leagues from 1920 to 1948. Dennis Biddle is a former Negro League player, the president of Yesterday’s Negro League Players Foundation, and the author of the book, Secrets of the Ne
Brother and Sister Duo Create Puzzles Using Diverse Art Work
' William Jones and Ericka Chambers created Puzzles of Color after seeing a lack of representation in the industry. The siblings highlighted the work of diverse artists in the puzzles to see more faces that look like them. Omar Villafranca reports.' -- CBS This Morning
A Colors Encore: Girls Don't Always Sing About Boys
'South London artist Ego Ella May shines on her COLORS ENCORE performance of "Girls Don't Always Sing About Boys" (prod by Eun.) another sparkling cut from her debut album Honey For Wounds .'
Coffee & Books: Marc Lamont Hill Talks with Michael Eric Dyson about His New Book "Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America"
'On this episode of Coffee & Books , host Marc Lamont Hill is in conversation with New York Times Best Selling author, professor, and friend and mentor, Michael Eric Dyson . The two dive into Michael's new book, Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America . They discuss what Michael's goal was in writing the book, cancel culture, and Marc challenges his mentor to a tough game of Buy it, Borr
Many Lumens with Maori Karmael Holmes: EPISODE 1 dream hampton
'On episode one of Many Lumens with Maori Karmael Holmes , writer and filmmaker dream hampton , on the intimate dimensions, costs and rewards of being committed to a Black radical politics.'