This new documentary from YourWorldNews.Org offers an important counter-narrative to much of what is said today about hip-hop and reminds audiences, importantly, of the variety that still exists and the depth of talent and radicalism that still inspires… liberation for … Continue reading →
From the website: Cassette started in late 2011 as a Kickstarter campaign, during which time we were fortunate enough to meet our funding goal of $25,000, thanks of course to our wonderful and generous backers. Since then, we’ve been interviewing musicians, collectors, … Continue reading →
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 Sizwe.
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 of the Hip Hop
An unearthing of the genuine relationship held between African America and the United States as told through the story of commercial hip-hop and the prison industry. Complex ED from MakeGoodTV on Vimeo.
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 discussion of “multiracial” people and the anti-Black core of much … Continue reading →
v Django and Lincoln from Jared Ball on Vimeo. Thanks to Bellevue College in Bellevue, WA. for the invitation to take another shot at the political function of these films and films in general. February 28, 2013
Dr. Chris Tinson, Rosa Clemente, Mariama White-Hammond and Jared Ball participated at this year’s (2011) National Conference for Media Reform held in Boston, MA. and looked to expand and promote this concept of “hip-hop radicalism.” Our panel probed the political state and direction of … Continue reading →