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Reimagining Blackness & Architecture: A Spectrum of Blackness | Germane Barnes
"What do the kitchen, the front porch, and the water surrounding Miami, Florida all have in common? Architect Germane Barnes discusses his project “A Spectrum of Blackness: The Search for Sedimentation in Miami” and the ways Black people in the city shape these different spaces from past to present."-- The Museum of Modern Art
Left of Black S11 · E19 | Sexuality and the Black Press with Kim Gallon
Over the years, has the Black Press been disproportionately focused on sexual scandal in the Black community over "real news"? Or was it a vehicle for sexual expression and empowerment? Join Left of Black host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal as he speaks with Purdue University Professor of History Kim Gallon to discuss her new book, Pleasure in the News: African American Readershi
Invisible Blackness – White Privilege: an Interview with Keyon Harrold
" Born and raised in Ferguson Missouri, Keyon Harrold has always used his music to give voice for the bad circumstances and genius of his people. In this episode of Invisible Blackness , host Adrian Younge and Keyon discusses the triple pandemic that black Americans faced in 2020, SOHO Karen, the stories that Jazz allows us to tell and the evolution of the social justice movement in America."
Anthony Reed with Vijay Iyer on 'Soundworks: Race, Sound, and Poetry in Production'
"In this edition of the Popular Music Books in Process Series Anthony Reed and Vijay Iyer in conversation around Reed's new book, Soundworks: Race, Sound, and Poetry in Production . After a brief reading by the author, the conversation focuses on creative music, improvisation, and the continuing importance of black creativity. The overlapping contexts of the pandemic and renewed militancy will in
The Boxing Film that was Banned Around the World
"On December 26, 1908, American boxer Jack Johnson became the first Black heavyweight champion of the world, after defeating defending champion Tommy Burns in a title fight in Sydney, Australia. Black fighters were typically denied the chance to win the heavyweight title, a de-facto line of segregation that was known as “the color line.” So when Burns accepted Johnson’s challenge and lost, the fi
[Book Trailer] 'Gone Missing in Harlem: A Novel' by Karla F.C. Holloway
“Gone Missing in Harlem is a lyrical stroll through Harlem’s heyday. From its dive bars and delicatessens to its high-toned parlors and kitchenettes, Karla FC Holloway’s sophomore novel brings the storied neighborhood to marvelous life. In the ‘dusk-dark,‘ back-alley deals are made and undone as grieving women conjure ghosts of those gone missing, whether claimed by influenza, violence, or treach
The Digital Panopticon
" Bianca Tylek , Worth Rises ’s executive director, and Albert Fox Cahn , executive director of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project , talk about the data and information systems that track individuals in the criminal legal system on The Brian Lehrer Show "
Jeremy O. Harris on the Future of Broadway
Andre D. Wagner for The New York Times "On March 12, 2020, Broadway went dark -- closing all of its theaters in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. A year later, Tony-winning playwright Jeremy O. Harris joins All Of It to talk about what the future of Broadway might be in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, the inequities made clear during the pandemic and the massive job losses in the Br
Fight For Women of Color Who Fight For Us by Ben Jealous
| @BenJealous | NewBlackMan (in Exile) President Joe Biden has nominated extraordinary women of color to high-level jobs in the Biden-Harris administration. Many of them are being attacked and smeared by the far right. That’s why People For the American Way has launched the #HerFightOurFight campaign. We cannot let far-right forces silence and smear these trailblazing women who are eager to adva

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