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
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Marable’s Malcolm X: A Eulogy of Revolution as an Idea

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Marable’s Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention or the Reinvention of a Life?

 0 Comment on Beyond the Beats: Towards a Radical Analysis of the State of Hip-Hop
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Beyond the Beats: Towards a Radical Analysis of the State of Hip-Hop

 0 Comment on Marable’s Malcolm X a “Fraud?”
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Marable’s Malcolm X a “Fraud?”

 2 Comments on In Living Colors A Black man with a White mother examines the concept of multiracial identity—past, present and future
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In Living Colors A Black man with a White mother examines the concept of multiracial identity—past, present and future

 0 Comment on Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop
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Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop

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Samuel Yette and The Choice: Black Survival in the United States

 0 Comment on The Revolutionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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The Revolutionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 0 Comment on Sponsorship Matters! Of Name Drops and Memorials: Dr. King Gets Love from Hip-Hop
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Sponsorship Matters! Of Name Drops and Memorials: Dr. King Gets Love from Hip-Hop

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COINTELPRO 101: A Review

 0 Comment on The Evangelists of Social Media
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The Evangelists of Social Media

 0 Comment on Democratic Destiny and the District of Columbia: Federal Politics and Public Policy
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Democratic Destiny and the District of Columbia: Federal Politics and Public Policy

 0 Comment on The Assata Taught Me Mixtape
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The Assata Taught Me Mixtape

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Lolita Lebrón Remembered with Rosa Clemente

 0 Comment on Anti-Colonialism and Western Academia with Greg Thomas
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Anti-Colonialism and Western Academia with Greg Thomas

 0 Comment on Hip-Hop vs. The Bourgeois West … and ‘Hip-Hop Studies’? by Greg Thomas
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Hip-Hop vs. The Bourgeois West … and ‘Hip-Hop Studies’? by Greg Thomas

 2 Comments on Our Show [War] Intro
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Our Show [War] Intro

 3 Comments on A BIRTHDAY (JUNE 28) TRIBUTE TO CHRIS HANI w Dr. Frank B. Wilderson
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A BIRTHDAY (JUNE 28) TRIBUTE TO CHRIS HANI w Dr. Frank B. Wilderson

 9 Comments on Defining Black Power: Dr. Jared Ball Debates Peniel Joseph
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Defining Black Power: Dr. Jared Ball Debates Peniel Joseph

 0 Comment on Diversity Schmifersity: When It Comes to Black Even the Left Ain’t Right
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Diversity Schmifersity: When It Comes to Black Even the Left Ain’t Right

 0 Comment on The Titans of Technology: The Internet, Radio and Our Newton’s Laws
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The Titans of Technology: The Internet, Radio and Our Newton’s Laws

 3 Comments on Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid w author Frank Wilderson
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Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid w author Frank Wilderson

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Dr. Laura Nader on Law and Plunder

 0 Comment on An Interview w Arnette Ball
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An Interview w Arnette Ball

 1 Comment on Black Power / Black Consciousness: Pan-African Liberation Struggles
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Black Power / Black Consciousness: Pan-African Liberation Struggles

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Nomzamo!

 2 Comments on Malcolm X And Radical Black Ministry w Dr. John Henrik Clarke
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Malcolm X And Radical Black Ministry w Dr. John Henrik Clarke