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Monday, March 29, 2021


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KOAP In Conversation with: Fahamu Pecou (Part One)
" Layla Felder talks to Fahamu Pecou about his journey to becoming the internationally acclaimed artist he is today, his current works, and the exciting projects he’s been working on."
The Quarantine Tapes 176: Nathalie Etoke
"On episode 176 of The Quarantine Tapes , host Paul Holdengräber is joined by author Nathalie Etoke . Recorded during the time of the historic trials surrounding the death of George Floyd , Nathalie expands on the way that the pandemic has brought into focus many things that were dormant. In this moment of reckoning, Nathalie expertly addresses the truth about what shapes racism, and asks us all
Booker T. Jones – What's In My Bag?
"Soul legend Booker T. Jones went shopping at Amoeba Music in San Francisco before the pandemic. His latest album Note By Note is available from Edith Street Records." -- Amoeba
Independent Lens: Coded Bias (dir. Shalini Kantayya)
"In an increasingly data-driven, automated world, the question of how to protect individuals’ civil liberties in the face of artificial intelligence looms larger by the day. Coded Bias follows M.I.T. Media Lab computer scientist Joy Buolamwini , along with data scientists, mathematicians, and watchdog groups from all over the world, as they fight to expose the discrimination within algorithms now
Reimagining Blackness & Architecture: We Outchea | Sekou Cooke
"How can we empower people through public space? Architect Sekou Cook e discusses his project “We Outchea: Hip-Hop Fabrications and Public Space” and his vision for transforming a public housing site in Syracuse, New York." -- The Museum of Modern Art
Invisible Blackness – The Rise of the Black Superstar, an Interview with Nelson George
" Nelson George is Hip-hops’ historian. A New York native, author and intellectual. Nelson has been documenting the culture with a legendary clarity since its inception. No one has articulated the nuances of Hip-hops' emergence like Nelson George. In this episode of Invisible Blackness host Adrian Younge and Nelson discuss Black popular culture and the consciousness of the African Diaspora in Ame
Cite Black Women: Dr. Koritha Mitchell on African American Women, Homemaking and Citizenship
"In this episode, Cite Black Women podcast host, Christen A. Smith sits down with Koritha Mitchell, a literary historian, cultural critic, and associate professor of English at the Ohio State University, to discuss her book From Slave Cabins to the White House: Homemade Citizenship in African American Culture (August 2020, University of Illinois Press). In her most recent monograph, Mitchell illu
Overheard at National Geographic –The Secret of Musical Genius: Aretha Franklin
"Mozart wowed audiences as a child. The Beatles blew away Ed Sullivan. Beyonce hypnotized Super Bowl crowds. The world has been enthralled by those we call musical geniuses. But what defines a musical genius? And how does society recognize it? We probe these questions as we examine the life and career of Aretha Franklin , a transformational figure in American music, and the rise of a young prodig
Mudbone Grown Reimagines Black Farming in Oregon
"When Shantae Johnson and Arthur Shavers embarked on their “Mudbone Grown” enterprise in 2015, they were doing more than building a farm from scratch: they were changing the narrative of what it means to be a Black

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