Dr. Greg Thomas was with us this hour of Jazz and Justice to discuss the anti-colonialism in his work. Thomas offers important answers to questions of the representation of the work of Frantz Fanon, the absence of George Jackson in liberation literature, the “sex radicalism” of Lil’ Kim, the colonialist impulses in contemporary “Hip-Hop Studies,” “Black Studies,” and interpretations of “radicalism” in work focused on gender and/or sexual identity.

JUNE 21, 2010

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