Tuesday, April 27, 2021


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'Black Girl Songbook' – Chapter 8: Black California Girls, Featuring Anita Pointer and Cari Champion
" Danyel Smith , notable Oakland enthusiast, dedicates this episode to the state she adores. From the girls to the warm weather, she lays out why California is the best state and what makes it so special. She’s joined by Anita Pointer of the Pointer Sisters to talk about pioneering their unique style and growing up in Oakland. Later on, Cari Champion joins to talk about her experience being Black
Enlightened with Lisa Borders: Moving Beyond Fear To Create a Legacy featuring Grant Hill
"NBA Hall of Famer, Olympian, Atlanta Hawks co-owner, Grant Hill , joins Enlightened host Lisa Borders to speak on some unspoken truths. Hill and Borders critique the Rooney Rule, discuss the inherent value of having a sports background in the boardroom, and he explains the impact of being a ‘glue guy.’ Hill gets personal about his experiences with fatherhood, police and celebrity, and the painfu
Principals Show Bias in Responses to Black parents, New Study Finds
Principals show bias in responses to Black parents, new study finds was originally published by Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization covering public education. Principals show bias in responses to Black parents, new study finds Matt Barnum, Chalkbeat Apr 26, 6:00am EDT A few years ago, thousands of high school principals across the country received a variation of the same email from a parent
Re-Imagining Public Safety: A World Without Police
" Daunte , Ma’Khia , Andrew , Anthony . The list keeps growing. Is it time to abolish the police? On this episode of “Be Heard Talk,” Selena Hill , Evan Mastrondari , and special guest activist and author Brea Baker will discuss the call to abolish the police." -- Black Enterprise
Black Muslims and the World: Rasul Miller on The Ideological Eclecticism of Black American Sunni Islam
"In a Wednesdays at the Center virtual event, Rasul Miller , Assistant Professor of History at the University of California Irvine, spoke about the lives and legacies of Shaykh Daoud Faisal and Mother Khadijah Faisal , the founders of the Islamic Mission of America, one of New York City’s oldest mosques. The event was introduced by Youssef Carter , Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the
"You see a lot of people doing acrobatics to show why Ma’Khia deserved to die, not why she deserved to live": On the Adultification of Black Girls
"The fatal police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant is sparking demands for accountability and igniting conversation about how race and gender played a role in the way law enforcement interacted with her. Dr. Monique W. Morris , President and CEO of “Grantmakers for Girls of Color” and Author of "PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools", Treva Lindsey , Professor of Women’s St
Communities of Color and Other Buyers, Beware of Bold Promises from Health Insurers by Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr.
| @DrBenChavis | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) The COVID-19 pandemic has brought issues of healthcare equity to the forefront of discussions of racial justice. Even when controlling for factors like age and income, communities of color have been much more severely impacted that white Americans. A recent report by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that “older Black, Hispanic, and American In
Radio New Frame: Under the influence of influencers
"Everyone can be a social media influencer in a hyper-capitalist society. What comes next in advertising? Also, we look at the sinister side of the internet economy. Featuring guests Gordon Cook and Adam Haupt , Radio New Frame is hosted by Charles Leonard ."
Why South Africa is Still So Segregated
"For decades, South Africa was under apartheid: a series of laws that divided people by race. Then, in the 1990s, those laws were dismantled. But many of the barriers they created continue to divide South Africans by skin color - which in turn determines their quality of life, access to jobs, and wealth. Racial division was built into the fabric of cities throughout South Africa, and it still has
How L.A.'s Container Ship Logjam Highlights Larger Pandemic Supply-Chain Issues
" An average of 30 container ships a day have been stuck outside the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach just waiting to deliver their goods. The backlog is part of a global supply-chain mess spurred by the pandemic that means consumers could see delivery delays for weeks." -- Wall Street Journal
Belabored: Black Against Amazon, with Steven Pitts and Robin D.G. Kelley
" The workers at the Amazon facility in Bessemer didn’t succeed in winning a union when all the votes were counted, but nevertheless the story has drawn attention to the company’s labor practices and the struggles of the workers in its facilities. Belabored teamed up with Steven Pitts of Organizing Upgrade’s Black Work Talk podcast to talk about the state of the Black working class. We were joine
Stuck in The Studio: Ayanah Moor
"On this episode of CCMA Creates: Stuck in the Studio features Ayanah Moor , an artist whose work explores blackness, gender, desire and language. She discusses her recent return to painting, inspirations behind her work and her solo exhibition at the Cleve Carney Museum of Art ."

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