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Left of Black S11 · E20 | Haki Madhubuti on the Black Arts Movement
What are the deep, foundational philosophies that have undergirded the creation of Black art and fueled Black activism? In this very special episode of Left of Black , famed luminary of our time, author, poet and Third World Press founder Haki Madhubuti , sits down with host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal to unpack Madhubuti's legacy as one of the premiere voices of the Black Art
Tina Turner in Her Own Words
"Oscar-winning directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin join All Of It to discuss their newest documentary titled, “ Tina .” The film looks at the life and career of Tina Turner, and includes interviews with her and those close to her as well as rare archival footage spanning 60 years."
The Problem With 'Not Seeing Race': A Conversation with Rebecca Carroll
" Rebecca Carroll , former cultural critic at WNYC and the author of Surviving the White Gaze: A Memoir (Simon & Schuster, 2021) , shares her story of growing up as a Black child adopted by white parents and her search for identity." -- The Brian Lehrer Show
Out Of Prison But Still Trapped: Examining The 'Afterlife' Of Incarceration
"University of Chicago professor Reuben Jonathan Miller estimates that there are 45,000 "laws, policies and administrative sanctions" in the U.S. that target people with criminal records. Some ban the formerly incarcerated from serving on juries. Others prevent people with records from gaining employment. Miller writes about the aftereffects of mass incarceration in his new book, Halfway Home. Th
Coffee & Books: Miriame Kaba Discusses New Book 'We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice'
"On this episode of Coffee and Books , host Marc Lamont Hill talks with organizer, educator, and curator Miriame Kaba, author of the New York Times best-seller, We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice . The two unpack abolition organizing, the origins of the penitentiary, the prison industrial complex and what justice reform truly means."

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