We’ll start our Black August celebration a little early this year by re-posting our 2006 George Jackson FreeMix Radio Mixtape. This mixtape features DC-area artists and activists reading portions of Jackson’s work and […]
In this edition of the Killer Bs podcast / Super Funky Soul Power Hour we had with us Drs. Todd Steven Burroughs and Quito Swan for another look at the […]
This is truly a brilliant presentation given by Dr. Greg Carr on the life, history and political/cultural “genealogy” of Dr. John Henrik Clarke at the 1998 (November) gathering of the […]
This is a classic interview from 1996 conducted by Dr. Todd Steven Burroughs with Dr. John Henrik Clarke about Clarke’s work and struggles with Freedomways journal.
In this special Super Funky Soul Power Hour F*!K The George Zimmerman Verdict Trayvon Martin Mega Mix we hear thoughts from Mumia Abu-Jamal, Drs. Frances Cress-Welsing, Marimba Ani, Todd Burroughs, […]
Ruff Mic of Precise Science joined us to talk about their new Tubman City Sound Lounj event and the cultural politics it involves. We also had Dr. Hate back in […]
Paul Robeson, Jr. spoke at this symposium on The Counter Intelligence Program arranged by former Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney. September 22, 2005.
This edition of The Killer Bs IMIXWHATILIKE.ORG podcast features our discussion today with Dr. Frank B. Wilderson, author, scholar, and former member of the African National Congress and Umkhonto we […]
Published on Dec 15, 2012 Documentary from Sonali Aggarwal: Starring Afrika Bambaataa, KRS-ONE, Busy Bee, Kool Keith, MC Lyte, Slick Rick, Jean Grae, Gemini and other notable people being part […]
This week we quickly tried to correct the record regarding the move of WPFW to Clear Channel studios, then we spoke with Dr. Sundiata Cha-Jua about the deaths of Dr. Robert Chrisman and author Chinua Achebe and the former’s […]
Tom Porter, long-time activist, educator and radio host (Jazz and Justice, Mondays 1-3p WPFW) joined the show this week with Head-Roc, “The Mayor of DC Hip-Hop.” We all talked about the boundaries of […]
Yvette Modestin of Projecto Colon and co-author/editor of Women Warriors of the Afro-Latina Diaspora joined us this week. She shared with us her own life story of being an Afro-Latina from Colon, Panama and the politics of […]
With all the recent fuss over the man – instead of what should be praise or study – we thought it appropriate to re-post our interview with the late, great […]
“Welcome and good morning. You are now tuned to WPFW 89.3 FM, what is supposed to be a liberated masses medium. This is the super funky soul power hour, a newly […]
Claude Marks of the Freedom Archives and “The Mayor of DC Hip-Hop” Head-Roc joined us this week to discuss this weekend’s upcoming events in support of The Cuban 5, Marshall “Eddie” Conway and all political prisoners! Check out […]
During this 2013 commemoration of Malcolm X’s assassination – and between some powerful presentations two of which are included here – we found it appropriate and fitting to include discussion […]
Just to catch up a little bit we have today’s edition of The Super Funky Soul Power Hour which was a pledge-drive special semi-Hate Awards show. Dhoruba bin-Wahad was with us and focussed our […]
We featured our previous interview with Dr. Ralina Joseph this week. Her new book, From the New Millennium Mulatta to the Exceptional Multiracial, offers a strong critique of the standard “tragic mulatto/a” approach to the […]
The following was sent to the staff at TavisTalks.com and the Smiley & West show in response to an April 5 interview conducted with Zaheer Ali regarding Manning Marable’s A Life of Reinvention… To date there […]
Today we discussed the euphemisms of “mass incarceration,” “new slavery,” “new Jim Crow,” “prison industrial complex,” and others with Dominque Stevenson, Yusef Bunchy Shakur and members of the Friend of […]
Veteran journalist and educator Linn Washington joined us this week to discuss the state of Black journalism, media, Mumia Abu-Jamal and the criticism of Barack Obama. We also heard his […]
We were joined this week by Debbie Louis, author of the classic And We Are Not Yet Saved: A History of the Movement as People and Kali Akuno, author of, […]
Rosa Clemente, Dereca Blackmon and Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer joined the show this week to share some of the untold history behind the rise and fall of the 2004 National Hip-Hop […]
Esi Ramu joined us this week to lead a discussion about the role African spirituality can play in African liberation. Ramu was joined by Ifakunle Ogunjimi, Ifanike Osuntoyin and Okomfo […]
Dr. Akinyele Umoja joined us April 12, 2013 to discuss his new book, We Will Shoot Back and the lesser known history of armed self defense in the Black American liberation […]
Maisi Deyanira Ball, Eugene Puryer and Dr. Kimberly Ellis -aka “Dr. Goddess”- joined us this week to discuss mass incarceration, Trayvon Martin, voting rights, and Obama’s trip to Africa. June […]
*These shows were recorded December 21 and 28, 2012. HERE FOR THE 3RD ANNUAL HATE AWARDS!
Author and journalist Jeff Chang along with Dr. Dawn Elissa-Fischer joined the show this week to discuss hip-hop activism, politics and ideology. We also talked a bit about mixtapes, hip-hop […]
Emory Douglas gave this rousing lecture on his history as an artist with the Black Panther Party June 24, 2013 in Baltimore, MD. for the Friend Of a Friend prison […]
An interview about A Lie of Reinvention… with The Indie and Bomani Armah.