“What we’ve noticed since the ‘90s is that this consolidation of commercial media ownership has allowed for an increasingly smaller number of people to impact what forms of Black cultural production become popular and then re-seminated back to Black audiences here and around the world,” said Jared Ball, a communication studies professor at Morgan State University.
The hosts of In Search of Black Power, the podcast from Leaders Of A Beautiful Struggle, are to publish a response to a recent Jacobin critique in which Afropessimism is compared to #Zionism. We...
The rights of women and the LGBTQ+ communities have long been used coerce and coagulate power among the most White and Right elements of U.S. society.
Dr. Todd Steven Burroughs and other contributors to The Trials of Mumia Abu-Jamal will join us.
A bit of leftover fun with liberal politics.