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Left of Black S11 · E29 | Black Fatherhood & HBCU Basketball with North Carolina Central University Head Coach LeVelle Moton
In this very special episode of Left of Black , host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal discusses Black fatherhood, HBCU basketball in the midst of COVID-19, and R&B legends New Edition with four-time MEAC Championships winner, NCCU Head Basketball Coach Levelle Moton , who also talks about his memoir, The Worst Times Are the Best Times .
Can Black, Asian Americans Move Past Historical Animosity in the Interest of Solidarity?
'The recent show of solidarity among Black and Asian American activists belies a fraught history. Can the communities now work side by side? PBS NewsHour 's Stephanie Sy explores the question with Tamara Nopper , a sociologist at New York University’s Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies, and Brenda Stevenson , a history and African American studies professor at the University of Californ
Branford Marsalis' 'Ma Rainey' Score Makes 100-Year-Old Blues Sound Relevant Today
'There has been plenty to discuss since the release of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom last year. But there's more to the film than its star players, especially once the music in the film takes flight. Saxophonist and bandleader Branford Marsalis was tasked with scoring the film, to make the blues of 100 years ago sound true to the era but still relevant now. New Orleans Sessions correspondent Gwen Thom

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