Reza Wreckage joined us to discuss her recent essay “Trending on twitter: women, men, people of color, Miley Cyrus.“
Month: August 2013
A presentation on internal colonialism, popular culture, hip-hop, and psychological warfare.
Mic Crenshaw joined us to talk the state of hip-hop, the March on Washington and activism.
Rosa Clemente joined us to talk the March on Washington, Barack Obama and what’s good in hip-hop.
This week’s show featured our recent interviews with Kamau Franklin, Rosa Clemente, Mic Crenshaw and Skipp Coon, as well as, a commentary on The March on Washington by Mumia Abu-Jamal and a wrap up of Black August with more of our George Jackson Tribute Mixtape.
Skipp Coon joined us to discuss hip-hop, politics, the march on washington and Chokwe Lumumba’s successful campaign for mayor of Jackson, Mississippi.
Lawyer and activist Kamau Franklin returned to discuss his latest piece, “The Post-Mortem on The March “with” Washington – A Reinvented Martin Luther King, Jr. ” Hear him previously on the program discuss Black August, his philosophy of law and its particular impact on African people.