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The Mutating Immutable: Black, Mixed, Bi-Racial

Panama Jackson of Very Smart Brothas joined us to discuss the shifting dynamics and politics around being “mixed” and “Black.”2 111
Broadcasts, Videos

Zimbabwe In Context with Netfa Freeman

We discussed the historical context of the recent shift in leadership in Zimbabwe with veteran activist, organizer and journalist Netfa … 0 121
Broadcasts, Media Criticism, Videos

The Meaning and Fight for Net Neutrality

Joseph Torres joined us to discuss the meaning and fight for internet or net neutrality.  Torres is co-author of the … 0 71
Broadcasts, Pop Culture

Internal Colonialism Theory: Its History and Current Value

Professor and sociologist Michael Calderon-Zaks joined us for a brief discussion of Internal Colonialism Theory, its history and current value.1 139

Religion, Africa and The World

Over the years iMWiL! has sought to expand and extend discussions of the African foundations of world religion and the political … 1 144

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Murdering Fred Hampton and Black Power with Bruce Dixon and Todd Steven Burroughs

Coming on the heels of the 44th anniversary of the assassination of Fred Hampton (December 4, 1969) and the 45th … 454

The Importance of Edward S. Herman: An Interview with Chris Simpson

Chris Simpson, professor of media/communication studies and former advisee of the late Edward S. Herman joined us to discuss the … 59

An Introductory Critical Media Literacy (Video) Mixtape

The iMWiL! Introductory Critical Media Literacy (Video) Mixtape features interviews with Janine Jackson, Kali Akuno, Joy James, Claude Marks, Safiya Umoja … 285

The Pitfalls of (Black) Capitalism and Banking

Joining us in this edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE! for a discussion of myths and political pitfalls associated with concepts of “buying … 1079

Hip-Hop’s Still Troubled Narrative (or A Requiem for C. Delores Tucker)

This was a brief talk, based on the following work, given at this year’s Hip-Hop Pedagogy Conference held at LaGuardia … 1279

Race, Sports and Popular Culture: Richard Spencer, Eminem and Colin Kaepernick

It was a pleasure joining Eugene Puryear once again on his show By Any Means Necessary: “In the second segment … 1040

Support Grassroots Initiatives In Puerto Rico!

The following statement/call from Iris Morales was republished with permission   Dear Friends,   I recently returned from Puerto Rico … 935

3 Reasons Why Eminem Is Not Wise Intelligent

3 quick reasons why Eminem‘s latest freestyle against Donald Trump does not rise to the political or lyrical standard set … 1518
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Closest Ears to the Street – Episode 2!

In this edition Sisa talks Alicia Keys, #BlackGirlMagic, Black History Month, Sovereignty the Board Game and Women's History Month

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All Violence Considered


Branding Power & Unpopularity


Police Brutality is a Politically Protected Reality


Looking to Trevor Noah as Media Studies


Class and The Movement for Black Lives


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