#MOBP Press & Media:
THE #MOBP VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH PARTY
The May 25, 2020 virtual book launch with a host of great guests!
#MOBP Live Presentation
A follow up to the virtual book launch with more detailed focus on the book itself
Jay-Z, Pharrell, Weaponizing Identity Politics and the #MOBP
Back on with Benjamin Dixon and a discussion of the role celebrity plays in myth-promulgation
Critically examining impact over optics to support Black liberation
This is a conversation on Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne, a podcast and multimedia journal illuminating our paths towards ecological regeneration, intersectional sustainability, and true abundance and wellness for all.
The #MOBP SOLVED!
Well, “solved” may be a strong word. But I think I’ve found a two-part set of practical economic policy solutions which address my own suggestion in the #MOBP that there be a political movement to redistribute the pre-COVID $20 trillion in U.S. GDP as a permanent solution (including reparations for for Black people) to the country’s economic and resource inequality.
Millennials Are Killing Capitalism and the #MOBP
From the good folks at Millennials Are Killing Capitalism: In this episode, we interview Morgan State University and Media Studies Scholar Jared Ball. Ball is the creator of IMIXWHATILIKE.org and the author of I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto. He is also the co-editor of A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X.
An Afrikan Air-Cleanse: The #MOBP and Garveyism
Is the overall argument that Black buying power is a myth antithetical to race-first ideologies? Are all those who adhered at one point or another to the myth the same in politically?
In Search of Black Power: The #MOBP Discussion
It was a pleasure to be part of this New Timbuktu podcast from Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle where, “Black political figures from DuBois to Garvey have embraced the notion that Black America’s combined “buying power”, if harnessed correctly, would be a revolutionary force. But is this true? Morgan State University Professor Dr. Jared Ball joins us to discuss this issue from his new book “The Myth of Black Buying Power.“