The Battle Part ONE! Freddie Gray, Neely Fuller on White Supremacy and West v. Dyson

In this hour we spoke again with Dominque Stevenson about the uprisings in Baltimore surrounding the killing of Freddie Gray and then spoke with Neely Fuller about his seminal work in the study of white supremacy and then turned to the controversy between Michael Eric Dyson and Cornel West.  To do this we leaned on the extended iMiXWHATiLiKE! crew which includes Drs. Hate and Todd Steven Burroughs and brought in the legendary Dj RBI to help us with our Soundtrack For Warfare which included Lauryn Hills, Jeru the Damaja, Nas, LL Cool J, Canibus and more! 

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Author: Jared Ball
Emancipatory Journalism & Media Jared A. Ball is a father and husband. After that he is a professor of Media and Africana Studies and produces multimedia for imixwhatilike.org. > Dr. Jared A. Ball

0 thoughts on “The Battle Part ONE! Freddie Gray, Neely Fuller on White Supremacy and West v. Dyson

  1. The words of Neely Fuller are spooky, yet truthful. He vexes me with his dead-end philosophy. It would be expected of you to provide closure to caustic talk of this magnitude. I can digest Dr Frank Wilkerson’s discourse of this similar vein. It’s shockingly brilliant (btw, I listen to that interview probably 5 times and counting).

    Neely Fuller is sounding unhappily old. Don’t get me wrong I dig his compensatory code, but his rhetoric of hopelessness in this show killed my vibe.

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