We’ve collected here our Barack Obama Debates Collection which include some of the earliest and most poignant/prescient criticism of the coming presidency from various perspectives from within the Black radical tradition.
This week’s edition of The Super Funky Soul Power Hour featured our interviews with Ward Churchill and Dr. Brian Sims, as well as, Reza Wreckage with a Wells-Walker Society 10-in-10 […]
Dr. Brian Sims joined us to discuss his “structured dialogue” Fight Club and the D.O.P.E. (Dialogue On Progressive Enlightenment) Conference. “With the understanding that most college/university curricula train students on […]
Ward Churchill joined us to discuss the many mythologies that precede the more recent one of Indigenous Peoples “buying power” said recently to be headed toward “$96 billion.” Churchill’s analyses, […]
In the video: The “Mantan Manifesto” Explained in Spike Lee’s Bamboozled (2000) Our essay, “Tyler Perry and the Mantan Manifesto,” co-authored with Dr. Baruti Kopano, appears in Interpreting Tyler Perry: Perspectives on Race, […]
This week’s show featured our recent interviews with Ericka Blount Danois and Dr. Umaru Bah and features a number of audio goodies in between.
Dr. Umaru Bah is an Associate Graduate Professor of Communication Studies at Morgan State University. His two main areas of scholarship are knowledge management, and measurement of digital social media […]
Veteran author and journalist Ericka Blount Danois joined us to discuss her new book Love, Peace, and Soul: Behind the Scenes of America’s Favorite Dance Show SoulTrain: Classic Moments.
This week featured our interviews with Dr. Gaye Theresa Johnson about Black and Brown united histories and Andile Mngxitama about Steve Biko.
This week marks the 36th anniversary of the assassination of Steve Biko (September 12, 1977). Journalist and Black Consciousness advocate Andile Mngxitama joined us from “Occupied Azania” to discuss his […]
Dr. Gaye Theresa Johnson joined us to discuss her book Spaces of Conflict, Sounds of Solidarity: Music, Race, and Spatial Entitlement in Los Angeles. We talked about Black and Brown […]
Dr. LaTasha Levy discusses her article, “Pan-Africanism in Theory and Praxis,” for a forthcoming book, Discourse on Africana Studies: James Turner and Paradigms of Knowledge. We also include a 2007 […]
This week’s show included interviews with Paul Porter of RapRehab.com on comments made earlier this year by rap legend Scarface that Jews and Whites control hip-hop, Reza Wreckage on Black […]
Paul Porter of RapRehab.com joined us today to add some context and history to the comments made recently by legendary rapper Scarface that control of hip-hop is “so… White and […]
The Intent, History and Legacy of Activism and Scholarship in Africana Studies: A Conversation with Dr. James Turner
Dr. James Turner is the founding director of the Africana Studies and Research Center established in 1969 at Cornell University. Having himself been part of and impacted by burgeoning political and cultural […]