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InfluenceWatch Podcast
Episode 246: A Crisis In Our Classrooms With Armstrong Williams, Part 1

InfluenceWatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 19:30


This month, three African-American writers/activists with widely different political views published a book together entitled "Crisis in the Classroom" (Skyhorse Publishing). Despite their many differences, the authors teamed up to insist that the civil rights issue of today is the failure to educate young Americans. The three authors are Benjamin Crump, Esq., a prominent civil rights attorney whose clients have included George Floyd and Trayvon Martin, and who is sometimes called “Black America's Attorney General”; Dr. Benjamin Carson, who rose from poverty to head pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and later ran for President; and Armstrong Williams, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author of three earlier books who hosts “The Armstrong Williams Show,” which airs on Sinclair Broadcast Group TV stations across America. Williams joins Capital Research Center's Scott Walter to discuss the book and the crisis. This is part one in a two-part series. Links: Crisis in the Classroom: https://www.amazon.com/Crisis-Classroom-Dr-Benjamin-Carson/dp/1510776885 (https://www.amazon.com/Crisis-Classroom-Dr-Benjamin-Carson/dp/1510776885) How Government Worker Unions Manipulate Municipal Elections: https://capitalresearch.org/article/how-government-worker-unions-manipulate-municipal-elections/ Criticizing Teacher Union Allies? You Might Be A Domestic Terrorist: https://capitalresearch.org/article/criticizing-teachers-union-allies-you-might-be-a-domestic-terrorist/

Sacred Sons Podcast
Invest In Your Healing with Marcus Glover - SSP 118

Sacred Sons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:19


Marcus Glover is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Lockstep Ventures, a venture capital firm that seeks to address issues that perpetuate racial inequality in the U.S.  He is on a mission to reimagine equity for Black America and is dedicated to investing and advising Black and women-led companies. With Lockstep Ventures, he has turned his passion into meaningful change while also inspiring and empowering a systematic shift in tandem with delivering investor returns. Marcus also serves on the National Board of Directors of Defy Ventures, which advocates for criminal justice reform and lowering recidivism by building on incarcerated men and women's natural talents through entrepreneurship business ownership. Marcus also serves on the Time@100 Advisory Board.    ON THIS EPISODE: Marcus Glover | @marcusglo  Adam Jackson | @adam___jackson  SACRED SONS TRAININGS & EVENTS: EMX SAN DIEGO | DEC 1 - 4 | SAN DIEGO, CA | The Embodied Masculine Experience is a 40 man initiatory event. Join us in San Diego, CA for 4 days of Connection, Confrontation, and Celebration with Sacred Sons regional Leadership. EMX DEVON, UNITED KINGDOM | DEC 1 - 4, 2022 | DEVON, UK | The EMX is a 40 man initiatory event, and we are returning to Europe! Join us in Devon, England for 4 days of Connection, Confrontation, and Celebration with Sacred Sons regional Leadership.  MAUI MANA | DECEMBER 14 - 18 | MAUI, HI | Reindigenize–a return to the place of origin, the home within, born of the land. Join us for 5 days as we return to the home within through primal movement, sound, dance, and play on the sacred land of Maui, Hawaii. CONNECT: Shop | Sacred Sons Apparel & Merch Website | sacredsons.com   YouTube | Sacred Sons   Instagram | @sacredsons   Events Calendar | All upcoming Sacred Sons Trainings and Experiences! 

Black History Gives Me Life
The Fight for Food Justice with Cheryl Whilby

Black History Gives Me Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 38:55


Today's Black History Story: White People Are Stealing From Us AGAIN Using This Scheme White supremacy is starving Black America, almost literally snatching food from its mouth. Access to healthy food continues to decline, and countless vulnerable Black people are slowly perishing because of it. But there's a growing population pushing against this racist food system... and it's a population that might surprise you: Black farmer-activists. Today, we're sitting down with Cheryl Whilby to learn about the Black tradition of farming and how Black farmers are transforming the food system by returning to the soil. Cheryl Whilby is the Communications & Development Director at Soul Fire Farm, "an Afro-Indigenous-centered community farm committed to uprooting racism and seeding sovereignty in the food system." She is also one of the 12 Black food system leaders who developed the Anti-Racist Farmers Market Toolkit in collaboration with the Farmers Market Coalition. For more information, visit soulfirefarm.org. _________________________ Black History Year (BHY) is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school and explore pathways to liberation with people who are leading the way. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The BHY production team includes Tareq Alani, Brooke Brown, Tasha Taylor, and Lilly Workneh. Our producers are Cydney Smith, Len Webb for PushBlack, and Ronald Younger, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producers are Mikel Elcessor for Limina House and Julian Walker for PushBlack. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

You Don't Know Lit
129. Fast Food

You Don't Know Lit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 59:00


Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America by Marcia Chatelain (2020) vs Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal by Eric Schlosser (2001)

After Words
Emily Flitter, The White Wall: How Big Finance Bankrupts Black America

After Words

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 64:46


The New York Times' Emily Flitter reports on the barriers that people of color face when interacting with the U.S. financial services industry. She's interviewed by author and Brookings Institution senior fellow Andre Perry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AFFIRMATIVE TALK SHOW
Kyrie Irving: Barnes & Noble pulls 'Hebrews to Negroes' book Amid Backlash

AFFIRMATIVE TALK SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 8:03


Barnes & Noble has pulled the controversial book "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake up Black America" off its shelves ... while Kyrie Irving continues to face backlash for promoting it.Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), commended B&N Tuesday morning ... saying the bookseller's decision to yank the book should set a precedent.Support the show

REVOLT BLACK NEWS
S3 Ep36: Gen Z and Mr. Frost Go to Washington; Black America's Education Epidemic; The Gift of Chess

REVOLT BLACK NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 43:47


On this episode of REVOLT Black News, the team examines the groundbreaking outcome of the mid-term elections, the power of the Gen-Z vote, and the nation's first congressman in that category. The team explorers the educational system and why it is failing our black students. And more with the Revolutionary of the Week & Entertainment Remix.

LetsArguh!
Physically Altercated Ep. 15

LetsArguh!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 78:00


The Pod welcomes @SameeraReza to the show to discuss workplace fights, physically defending your woman in public, and Shaun talks about being surprised by a BBL. We also have a heated deep dive on the Kyrie/Anti-semitism conversation and discuss bigotry among Black America.... then we move on to colonoscopies. #LetsArguh!

The John Steigerwald Show
The John Steigerwald Show - Monday November 14, 2022

The John Steigerwald Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 51:36


I Have Breaking News              Today:  Upon closer examination after yesterday's loss to the Steelers, the Saints found a few more points overnight and it turns out they won.  No, but it's a metaphor for today's open.  Then, Michael Austin of Project 21 talks about a Blueprint for a Better Life for Black America with a focus on black unemployment.  Later, Clare Ath, the County Commissioner in Jefferson County, W. Va., says toxic femininity is costing Republicans elections.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
2022 Midterm Elections Impact on the State of Black America And the Pan African World

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 169:30


11.10.2022: Midterm Elections Impact on the State of Black America And the Pan African World moderated by Roland Martin and Dr. Julianne Malveaux Support RolandMartinUnfiltered and #BlackStarNetwork via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered PayPal ☛ https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered Venmo ☛https://venmo.com/rmunfiltered Zelle ☛ roland@rolandsmartin.com Annual or monthly recurring #BringTheFunk Fan Club membership via paypal ☛ https://rolandsmartin.com/rmu-paypal/ Download the #BlackStarNetwork app on iOS, AppleTV, Android, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, SamsungTV and XBox

The Dion Gordon Podcast
Kyrie Irving

The Dion Gordon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:35


7 time NBA All-Star found out the hard way that you're not allowed to be unapologetically black in this country. The polarizing basketball star found himself in hot water over a tweet about a film called "Hebrews to Negros: Wake up Black America". Widespread condemnation came from the media and even his own peers and Irving is now facing a 5 game suspension. #kyrie #basketball #NBA #kyrieirving

Quotomania
QUOTOMANIA 343: Elizabeth Alexander

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 2:41


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Elizabeth Alexander is a prize-winning and New York Times bestselling author, renowned poet, educator, scholar, and cultural advocate.  She is also president of the Mellon Foundation, the nation's largest funder in the arts, culture, and humanities.Dr. Alexander's most recent book, The Trayvon Generation (2022), is a galvanizing meditation on the power of art and culture to illuminate America's unresolved problem with race and the challenges facing young Black America.  Among the fifteen books she has authored or co-authored, her poetry collection American Sublime was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry in 2006, and her memoir, The Light of the World, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Biography and the National Book Critics Circle Award in 2015.  Other works include Crave Radiance:  New and Selected Poems 1990–2010 (2010), Power and Possibility:  Essays, Reviews, Interviews (2007), The Black Interior:  Essays (2004), Antebellum Dream Book (2001), Body of Life (1996), and The Venus Hottentot (1990). Over the course of an esteemed career in education, Dr. Alexander has held distinguished professorships at Smith College, Columbia University, and Yale University, where she taught for fifteen years and chaired the African American Studies Department.  She has been awarded the Jackson Poetry Prize, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, the George Kent Award, the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and three Pushcart Prizes for Poetry.  Notably, Dr. Alexander composed and delivered “Praise Song for the Day” for the 2009 inauguration of President Barack Obama.  Dr. Alexander is Chancellor Emeritus of the Academy of American Poets, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, serves on the Pulitzer Prize Board, and co-designed the Art for Justice Fund.From http://www.elizabethalexander.net/about. For more information about Elizabeth Alexander:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Elizabeth Alexander: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-062-elizabeth-alexander“Elizabeth Alexander”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/elizabeth-alexander“Elizabeth Alexander: The Desire to Know Each Other”: https://onbeing.org/programs/desire-know-elizabeth-alexander-2/The Trayvon Generation: https://www.grandcentralpublishing.com/titles/elizabeth-alexander/the-trayvon-generation/9781538737903/“Elizabeth Alexander: ‘We Can Never Give Up Hope'”: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/news-and-features/articles/elizabeth-alexander-trayvon-generation-interview/

Indy Audio
The Indypendent Midterm Election Night Special on WBAI // 08 Nov. '22

Indy Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 290:42


Over the past couple of years, The Indypendent News Hour has become the premiere news and public affairs show on WBAI, a listen-sponsored community radio station whose signal beams 90 miles in all directions from atop a Midtown skyscraper. On Nov. 8 2022, we expanded our normal one-hour news show into a five-hour election night special. We not only keep track of key races in New York and nationally but provide a deeper analysis of the issues that have animated the midterms — crime, inflation, abortion rights, the threat to democracy — and ones that haven't been discussed nearly enough: the racist backlash to Black Lives Matter, the demise of local news and the spread of conspiracy theories, the growing power of the billionaire class over the rest of society. Throughout the show, we heard live interviews with NYC voters by roving Indy reporters. Here is the five-hour breakdown. FIRST HOUR —Interview with Ben Max, editor of Gotham Gazette, about the most competitive governor's race in New York in a generation as well as key congressional and legislative races that could swing the balance of power in Washington and Albany. —Interviews with Socialist state legislators Jabari Brisport and Phara Souffrant Forrest about Kathy Hochul turning to the New York Left to save her floundering campaign. SECOND HOUR —Interview with legendary NYC journalist Tom Robbins. —Interview with Bob Hennelly about the demise of local media and the national media echo chamber that has been promoting the “red wave” for weeks. —Grassroots report from Florida where Gov. Ron DeSantis is pioneering is testing out his version of homegrown American fascism as prepares to run for President in 2024. THIRD HOUR —Interview with acclaimed Marxist-feminist-anti-racist scholar Linda Martín Alcoff. Will there be a backlash against the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade? If not, why not? —Interview with Indy Contributing Editor Nicholas Powers about the underlying causes of the public hysteria over crime, the rise of conspiracy theories and why working class people of color are now also starting to move away from supporting the Democrats. FOURTH HOUR —Grassroots report from North Carolina where Cheri Beasley is trying to become the first Black woman from the South to be elected to the Senate. —Interview with Mondale Robinson of the Black Male Voter Project. —Interview with Carrie Santoro, executive director of Pennsylvania Stands Up. —Interview with historian Max Elbaum about what the left must do to defeat MAGA and reset U.S. politics in a more progressive direction FIFTH HOUR —Interview with Linda Sarsour, Brooklyn-born Palestinian-American activist, Women's March co-founder and national surrogate for Bernie Sanders in 2016 and 2020. —Grassroots report from Arizona. —Interview with Ron Daniels, President and Founder of the Institute of the Black World 21s Century about the Midterm elections and their impact on Black America.

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast
THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 358: Kyrie Irving and Anti Semitism in Black America w/ Wosny Lambre

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 125:27


Kyrie Irving has been saying some "problematic" things. The TIR team is joined by "Big" Wosny Lambre to discuss the controversy. https://www.cbssports.com/.../adam-silver-disappointed.../   Follow Wos: https://www.theringer.com/authors/wosny-lambre https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/woke-bros/id1560187203   About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents   Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/   Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland   Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow   Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles   Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving... 

Khyrie Presents: The ALL THAT! Podcast
Season 4: Episode 81: Democratic Party Chairman of Harris County

Khyrie Presents: The ALL THAT! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:10


On episode 81 I talk to the chairman of the Democratic Party in Harris County, Odus Evbagharu. We talk about what's at stake with the upcoming midterm elections, he responds to Black America's growing frustration with the Democratic Party, and answers questions that were sent in by one of my Republican friends! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allthatpodcast/support

Kickin' It With The Homie

Rest in Peace to Takeoff. The homies talk about his death and the broader implications for Black America. We shame Avery into buying new undershirts because his V-neck is wild. CJ puts on a red hat to explain why student loans aren't getting canceled. Lastly, it's no sleep til Brooklyn as we try to figure out whats going on with the Nets, Kyrie, and Nia Long baby daddy Follow us @KickinItWithTheHomie

Bucher and Friends
Last Word on Kyrie -- After Watching the Movie

Bucher and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 33:17


Ric discusses Kyrie Irving's suspension by both the Brooklyn Nets and Nike after watching the movie that prompted it, "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up, Black America."Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The John Steigerwald Show
The John Steigerwald Show - Friday November 4, 2022

The John Steigerwald Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 51:50


This Might Be a Big Day in Your Life               Today:  Friday's Jerk of the Week goes to…the Undecided Voter.  If you don't know by now enough to make a decision, what are you waiting for?  First up, Karen Taylor of Audit the Vote Pa. claims they have evidence of unverified ballots and 250,000 alleged voters on the rolls that don't live in Pa.  Finally, Project 21 member Craig DeLuz, founder of the Uncommon Sense Media Group, talks about the Project 21 Blueprint for a Better Life for Black America.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Into America
The Ghosts of Midterms Past

Into America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 32:54


Midterm elections are critical junctures for Black America, moments in time that have transformed the wellbeing of the community — for better or worse.In 1962, the Democrats' strong showing helped pave the way for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Backlash to President Clinton brought the Republican Revolution of 1994, which led to the Welfare Reform Act of 1996. And in 2010, President Obama lost control of Congress, essentially halting major legislative progress for the rest of his presidency. On this episode of Into America, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, a Democrat from Texas, recounts what it was like being elected in 1994, and surviving the red wave of 2010 — two elections she says had disastrous consequences for her Black constituents. And according to Ted Johnson, an expert in the Black electorate at the Brennan Center for Justice, 2022 is shaping up to be another crucial year. Columbia University professor Fredrick Harris put it this way: “History does not repeat itself,” he told us, “but it sure does rhyme.”For a transcript, please visit msnbc.com/intoamerica. Follow and share the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, using the handle @intoamericapod.Thoughts? Feedback? Story ideas? Write to us at intoamerica@nbcuni.com.For More:NBC: Plan Your Vote 2022 Midterm ElectionsThe Power of the Black Vote: Creating a New SouthThe Gen Z Midterm Test

Dose Of Podcast
Reset Command

Dose Of Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 104:58


Kanye & Kyrie, Black America, Antisemitism, RIP Takeoff, Rappers in the music industry, resetting your life, and what that means for your journey plus more. Enjoy & Subscribe!

MTR Podcasts
Interview with bass-baritone Davóne Tines

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 41:09


Heralded as "[one] of the most powerful voices of our time" by the Los Angeles Times, bass-baritone Davóne Tines has come to international attention as a path-breaking artist whose work not only encompasses a diverse repertoire but also explores the social issues of today. As a Black, gay, classically trained performer at the intersection of many histories, cultures, and aesthetics, Tines is engaged in work that blends opera, art song, contemporary classical music, spirituals, gospel, and songs of protest, as a means to tell a deeply personal story of perseverance that connects to all of humanity. Davóne Tines is Musical America's 2022 Vocalist of the Year. During the 2022-23 season, he continues his role as the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale's first-ever Creative Partner and, beginning in January 2023, he will serve as Brooklyn Academy of Music's first Artist in Residence in more than a decade. In addition to strategic planning, programming, and working within the community, this season Tines curates the “Artist as Human” program, exploring how each artist's subjectivity—be it their race, gender, sexuality, etc.—informs performance, and how these perspectives develop throughout their repertoire. In the fall of 2022, Tines makes a number of important debuts at prominent New York institutions, including the Park Avenue Armory, New York Philharmonic, BAM, and Carnegie Hall, continuing to establish a strong presence in the city's classical scene. He opens his season with the New York premiere of Tyshawn Sorey's Monochromatic Light (Afterlife) at the Park Avenue Armory, also doubling as Tines' Armory debut. Inspired by one of Sorey's most important influences, Morton Feldman and his work Rothko Chapel, Monochromatic Light (Afterlife) takes after Feldman's focus on expansive textures and enveloping sounds, aiming to create an all-immersive experience. Tine's solo part was written specifically for him by Sorey, marking a third collaboration between the pair; Sorey previously created arrangements for Tines' Recital No. 1: MASS and Concerto No. 2: ANTHEM. Peter Sellars directs, with whom Davóne collaborated in John Adam's opera Girls of the Golden West and Kaija Saariaho's Only the Sound Remains. Tines' engagements continue with Everything Rises, an original, evening length staged musical work he created with violinist Jennifer Koh, premiering in New York as part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival. Everything Rises tells the story of Tines' and Koh's artistic journeys and family histories through music, projections, and recorded interviews. As a platform, it also centers the need for artists of color to be seen and heard. Everything Rises premiered in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles in April 2022, with the LA Times commenting, “Koh and Tines' stories have made them what they are, but their art needs to be—and is—great enough to tell us who they are.” This season also has Tines making his New York Philharmonic debut performing in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, led by Jaap van Zweden. Tines returns to the New York Philharmonic in the spring to sing the Vox Christi in Bach's St. Matthew Passion, also under van Zweden. Tines is a musician who takes full agency of his work, devising performances from conception to performance. His Recital No. 1: MASS program reflects this ethos, combining traditional music with pieces by J.S. Bach, Margaret Bonds, Moses Hogan, Julius Eastman, Caroline Shaw, Tyshawn Sorey, and Tines. This season, he makes his Carnegie Hall recital debut performing MASS at Weill Hall, and later brings the program to the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, Baltimore's Shriver Hall, for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and as part of Boston's Celebrity Series. Concerto No. 1: SERMON is a similar artistic endeavor, combining pieces including John Adams' El Niño; Vigil, written by Tines and Igée Dieudonné with orchestration by Matthew Aucoin; “You Want the Truth, but You Don't Want to Know,” from Anthony Davis' X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X; and poems from Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, and Maya Angelou into a concert performance. In May 2021, Tines performed Concerto No. 1: SERMON with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra, and with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He recently premiered Concerto No. 2: ANTHEM—created by Tines with music by Michael Schachter, Caroline Shaw, Tyshawn Sorey, and text by Mahogany L. Browne—with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. Also this season, Tines performs in El Niño with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by composer John Adams; a concert performance of Adams' Girls of the Golden West with the Los Angeles Philharmonic also led by Adams; and a chamber music recital with the New World Symphony.Going beyond the concert hall, Davóne Tines also creates short music films that use powerful visuals to accentuate the social and poetic dimensions of the music. In September 2020, Lincoln Center presented his music film VIGIL, which pays tribute to Breonna Taylor, the EMT and aspiring nurse who was shot and killed by police in her Louisville home, and whose tragic death has fueled an international outcry. Created in collaboration with Igée Dieudonné, and Conor Hanick, the work was subsequently arranged for orchestra by Matthew Aucoin and premiered in a live-stream by Tines and the Louisville Orchestra, conducted by Teddy Abrams. Aucoin's orchestration is also currently part of Tines' Concerto No. 1: SERMON. He also co-created Strange Fruit with Jennifer Koh, a film juxtaposing violence against Asian Americans with Ken Ueno's arrangement of “Strange Fruit” — which the duo perform in Everything Rises — directed by dramaturg Kee-Yoon Nahm. The work premiered virtually as part of Carnegie Hall's “Voices of Hope Series.” Additional music films include FREUDE, an acapella “mashup” of Beethoven with African-American hymns that was shot, produced, and edited by Davóne Tines at his hometown church in Warrenton, Virginia and presented virtually by the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale; EASTMAN, a micro-biographical film highlighting the life and work of composer Julius Eastman; and NATIVE SON, in which Tines sings the Black national anthem, “Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing,” and pays homage to the '60s Civil Rights-era motto “I am a man.” The latter film was created for the fourth annual Native Son Awards, which celebrate Black, gay excellence. Further online highlights include appearances as part of Boston Lyric Opera's new miniseries, desert in, marking his company debut; LA Opera at Home's Living Room Recitals; and the 2020 NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards.Notable performances on the opera stage the world premiere performances of Kaija Saariaho's Only the Sound Remains directed by Peter Sellars at Dutch National Opera, Finnish National Opera, Opéra national de Paris, and Teatro Real (Madrid); the world and European premieres of John Adams and Peter Sellars' Girls of the Golden West at San Francisco Opera and Dutch National Opera, respectively; the title role in a new production of Anthony Davis' X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X with the Detroit Opera (where he was Artist in Residence during the 2021-22 season) and the Boston Modern Opera Project with Odyssey Opera in Boston where it was recorded for future release; the world premiere of Terence Blanchard and Kasi Lemmons' Fire Shut Up In My Bones at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis; the world premiere of Matthew Aucoin's Crossing, directed by Diane Paulus at the Brooklyn Academy of Music; a new production of Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex at Lisbon's Teatro Nacional de São Carlos led by Leo Hussain; and Handel's rarely staged Aci, Galatea, e Polifemo at National Sawdust, presented in a new production by Christopher Alden. As a member of the American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), Tines served as a co-music director of the 2022 Ojai Music Festival, and has performed in Hans Werner Henze's El Cimarrón, John Adams' Nativity Reconsidered, and Were You There in collaboration with composers Matthew Aucoin and Michael Schachter.Davóne Tines is co-creator and co-librettist of The Black Clown, a music theater experience inspired by Langston Hughes' poem of the same name. The work, which was created in collaboration with director Zack Winokur and composer Michael Schachter, expresses a Black man's resilience against America's legacy of oppression—fusing vaudeville, opera, jazz, and spirituals to bring Hughes' verse to life onstage. The world premiere was given by the American Repertory Theater in 2018, and The Black Clown was presented by Lincoln Center in summer 2019.Concert appearances have included John Adams' El Niño with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin under Vladimir Jurowski, Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri with Louis Langrée and the Cincinnati Symphony, Kaija Saariaho's True Fire with the Orchestre national de France conducted by Olari Elts, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with Michael Tilson Thomas leading the San Francisco Symphony, Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex with Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Royal Swedish Orchestra, and a program spotlighting music of resistance by George Crumb, Julius Eastman, Dmitri Shostakovich, and Caroline Shaw with conductor Christian Reif and members of the San Francisco Symphony at SoundBox. He also sang works by Caroline Shaw and Kaija Saariaho alongside the Calder Quartet and International Contemporary Ensemble at the Ojai Music Festival. In May 2021, Tines sang in Tulsa Opera's concert Greenwood Overcomes, which honored the resilience of Black Tulsans and Black America one hundred years after the Tulsa Race Massacre. That event featured Tines premiering “There are Many Trails of Tears,” an aria from Anthony Davis' opera-in-progress Fire Across the Tracks: Tulsa 1921.Davóne Tines is a winner of the 2020 Sphinx Medal of Excellence, recognizing extraordinary classical musicians of color who, early in their career, demonstrate artistic excellence, outstanding work ethic, a spirit of determination, and an ongoing commitment to leadership and their communities. In 2019 he was named as one of Time Magazine's Next Generation Leaders. He is also the recipient of the 2018 Emerging Artists Award given by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and is a graduate of The Juilliard School and Harvard University, where he teaches a semester-length course “How to be a Tool: Storytelling Across Disciplines” in collaboration with director Zack Winokur.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode ★ Support this podcast ★

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Ebony Musings
Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African American Marriage by Dianne Stewart Pt. 1

Ebony Musings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 27:27


On today's episode, we discuss Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African American Marriage by Dianne Stewart This episode contains spoilers. Summary In this analysis of social history, examine the complex lineage of America's oppression of Black companionship. According to the 2010 US census, more than 70 percent of Black women in America are unmarried. Black Women, Black Love reveals how four centuries of laws, policies, and customs have created that crisis. Dianne Stewart begins in the colonial era, when slave owners denied Blacks the right to marry, divided families, and, in many cases, raped enslaved women and girls. Later, during Reconstruction and the ensuing decades, violence split up couples again as millions embarked on the Great Migration north, where the welfare system mandated that women remain single in order to receive government support. And no institution has forbidden Black love as effectively as the prison-industrial complex, which removes Black men en masse from the pool of marriageable partners. Prodigiously researched and deeply felt, Black Women, Black Love reveals how white supremacy has systematically broken the heart of Black America, and it proposes strategies for dismantling the structural forces that have plagued Black love and marriage for centuries. Stay connected with us! Follow us on Instagram : www.instagram.com/ebonymusingspodcast BookShop: bookshop.org/shop/ebonymusingspodcast Contact: ebonymusingspodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ebonymusingspodcast/support

Rob Smith is Problematic
Why The Left's COVID Crazies Will NEVER Get My Forgiveness, Ted Cruz Hits Trump For Not Spending On Candidates, and A 'Migos' Rapper's Death Reveals Black America's Deadly Culture Problem

Rob Smith is Problematic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 40:56


Why The Left's COVID Crazies Will NEVER Get My Forgiveness, Ted Cruz Hits Trump For Not Spending On Candidates, and A 'Migos' Rapper's Death Reveals Black America's Deadly Culture Problem. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MPR News with Angela Davis
Penumbra Theatre takes on new role as center for racial healing

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 47:01


Penumbra Theatre has explored and uplifted the experiences of Black America on its stage for almost half a century.   The small theater was founded in 1976 by Lou Bellamy in the heart of St. Paul's historic Black neighborhood, but its reach is national. It nurtured the careers of Black artists, including playwright August Wilson, whose play “Fences” was turned into a movie starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. Now, Penumbra's president Sarah Bellamy is expanding on her father's legacy. Last year the theater received a $5-million grant from MacKenzie Scott to build on its work promoting racial equality.  MPR News host Angela Davis talks with members of Penumbra's leadership team about what it means to become a center for racial healing and what racial healing looks like for themselves and the community.   Guests:   Sarah Bellamy is president of Penumbra Theatre   Camille Cyprian is director of wellness at Penumbra Theatre   Christine Smith is equity director at Penumbra Theatre  

Tagline
Beats by Dre | You Love Me

Tagline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 58:27 Very Popular


This week on Tagline, we look back at the most startling brand statement on race from the emotional months after George Floyd's death: Beats by Dre's powerful two-minute film "You Love Me." We speak with the team who created the spot at the agency Translation—how they pivoted from a product campaign, partnered with A-listers led by Melina Matsoukas, went down a very different path than they expected to at first, and in the end achieved a remarkable double triumph: celebrating the beauty and resilience of Black America, while confronting white America for loving Black culture while hating Black people.

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The White Wall: How Big Finance Bankrupts Black America by Emily Flitter

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 43:47


The White Wall: How Big Finance Bankrupts Black America by Emily Flitter An explosive and deeply reported look at the systemic racism inside the American financial services industry, from acclaimed New York Times finance reporter Emily Flitter. In 2018, Emily Flitter received a tip that Morgan Stanley had fired a Black employee without cause. Flitter had been searching for a way to investigate the deep-rooted racism in the American financial industry, and that one tip lit the sparkplug for a three-year journey through the shocking yet normalized corruption in our financial institutions. Examining local insurance agencies and corporate titans like JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, and Wells Fargo, The White Wall reveals the practices that have kept the racial wealth gap practically as wide as it was during the Jim Crow era. Flitter exposes hiring and layoff policies designed to keep Black employees from advancing to high levels; racial profiling of customers in internal emails between bank tellers; major insurers refusing to pay Black policyholders' claims; and the systematic denial of funding to Black entrepreneurs. She also gives a voice to victims, from single mothers to professional athletes to employees themselves: people who were scammed, lied to, and defrauded by the systems they trusted with their money, and silenced when they attempted to speak out and seek reform. Flitter connects the dots between data, history, legal scholarship, and powerful personal stories to provide an assiduously reported, eye-opening look at what it means to bank while Black. As America continues to confront systemic racism and pave a path forward, The White Wall is an essential examination of one of its most caustic contributors.

Drafting the Past
Episode 17: Marcia Chatelain Writes Anywhere She Can

Drafting the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 47:21


In this episode, Kate interviews Dr. Marcia Chatelain, professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University. She is the author of two books. The first, South Side Girls: Growing up in the Great Migration, came out from Duke University Press in 2015. The second, Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America, won the Pulitzer Prize for history in 2021. I spoke with Marcia about how she approaches writing history, the reasons Franchise was rejection by some editors, and the lessons in journalism that she learned at our mutual alma mater, the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Louisiana Considered Podcast
How docu-series Making Black America is sharing often overlooked Black narratives

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 24:30


After decades of exploration – or exploitation – Louisiana is covered with thousands of orphaned wells. Now, there are new efforts to plug up these sites, like a $12.7 million grant in Federal funding from the Bipartisan Jobs Act to the US Fish and Wildlife Service. WWNO's Coastal reporter Kezia Setyawan spoke with Senior Advisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jim Guthrie, for more. Earlier this month the new docu-series, Making Black America: Through the Grapevine, premiered on PBS. Hosted by renowned scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates, and directed by Stacey Holman and Shayla Harris, the four part series examines the Black experience over the past 250 years, diving into everything from post-emancipation Black schools to the social media phenomenon of Black Twitter. Co-director Stacey Holman, shares more about this ambitious project. From King Cake Fest to Gumbo Fest, New Orleans is no stranger to exciting food events. But just last week attendees had the chance to taste African, African American, and Caribbean cuisine as part of the annual Black Restaurant Week. Event cofounder, Falayn Ferell, and co-owner and executive chef of Café Sbisa, Alfred Singleton, tell us more about the week and the importance of supporting minority-owned businesses. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karen Henderson. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Great Antidote
Rachel Ferguson on Black Liberation Through the Marketplace

The Great Antidote

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 51:11


Rachel Ferguson is an economic philosopher at Concordia University Chicago and the director of the Free Enterprise Center, as well as an affiliate scholar with the Acton Institute. She is the co-author of Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America. Today, we talk about her book, which focuses on civil society and the classical liberal approach to many of the problems facing Black America today. We also talk about the history of free market thinkers and abolitionism, and the distinction between libertarians and classical liberalism.  Never miss another AdamSmithWorks update.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Perspective
Florida flooding & Mississippi River drought

Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 38:38


Another disastrous effect of Hurricane Ian; The childcare industry suffering; The Mississippi River experiencing serious drought; A new documentary explores "Black America;" A very exciting day for sports fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Great Antidote: Rachel Ferguson on Black Liberation Through the Marketplace

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022


Rachel Ferguson is an economic philosopher at Concordia University Chicago and the director of the Free Enterprise Center, as well as an affiliate scholar with the Acton Institute. She is the coauthor of Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America. Today, we talk about her book, which focuses on civil society and the classical liberal approach to many of the problems facing Black America today. We also talk about the history of free market thinkers and abolitionism, and the distinction between libertarians and classical liberalism.  Never miss another AdamSmithWorks update.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Brewsing Banter Podcast
BBP 183 - Something For Everybody

Brewsing Banter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 134:50


This week the Legendary Brew Crew chop it up about the new Smile movie (No Spoilers), the week that was and Nikki Minaj having beef with the Grammy's. Things also got a little heated as they discuss the State of Black America and how we keep moving forward. This episode features beer from Southern Tier Brewing, Dewey Beer and New England Brewing. Grab a Brew and Join the Banter.

Convos For The Culture
Black America & The Criminal Justice System - Bonus Episode

Convos For The Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 82:44


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The Carl Nelson Show
Dr. Claud Anderson, Dr. Nubia Kai, Brother Obie & Dick Gregory's Family Members l The Carl Nelson Show

The Carl Nelson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 166:55


The Man with Plan, Dr. Claud Anderson will outline his economic plan for Black America, detailed in his book Powernomics. Before we get to Dr. Anderson, Dr. Nubia Kai will discuss The Moors. Before we hear from Dr. Kai, we'll celebrate Dick Gregory's birthday with some of his family and friends. But to get us started, Brother Obie. Text "DCnews" to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM, 1010 AM WOLB and woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call in # 800 450 7876 to participate & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross
Parental Rights in Education; college scholarships; 'Making Black America'; Jacksonville Arts & Music School

First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 53:05


Parental Rights in Education; college scholarships; 'Making Black America'; Jacksonville Arts & Music School

Big Baby's Podcast
When You Know Better Do Better! Too Many Participation Trophies And Not Enough Gold Medals.

Big Baby's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 30:50


I do a quick episode discussing the importance of learning from experiences. I challenge Kanye, Black America, and Street Culture. I also discuss how participation trophy culture is damaging to American culture. I close with a game of You Woke? I'm Sleep and my thoughts on HBCU Culture. Subscribe, Rate, Review!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=138898Bigbabythegoat.comhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/big-babys-podcast/id1439220928https://youtube.com/channel/UC9hcDFT96IyFGllwlO0T-ughttps://open.spotify.com/show/0uHPE4M6r8vtVcbybsG6dU?si=Y_S_pW5sTuiInqo22PWaaASupport the show

Hostile Therapy
The Woman King. Love It or Hate It?

Hostile Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 159:06


The Hostile Panelists discuss the effects of The Woman King movie. Was the film a negative or a positive for Black America the way the story was told about the Dahomey Tribe? NFL Hall of Famer, Brett Favre steals from the poor and gives to the rich. Is his punishment and the media coverage too light for his alleged crimes?  

Here & Now
'Making Black America' takes a journey through history; SCOTUS redistricting case

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 22:59


The Supreme Court is hearing a case Tuesday that experts say could further erode the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act. Yurij Rudensky, senior counsel at the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, joins us. Then, some residents in southwest Florida are seeking shelter at a local high school after Hurricane Ian flooded their homes. WUSF's Cathy Carter reports. And, Henry Louis Gates Jr. talks about a new PBS series focusing on the vast richness of Black life in American history called "Making Black America: Through the Grapevine."

COSMIC CONVOS PODCAST
Is The Black Community In Trouble? | S5 Ep 25 : Cosmic Convos Podcast

COSMIC CONVOS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 109:43


"Is The Black Community In Trouble? " is an analysis of the birth chart for Black America. The date we settled is the day that Abraham Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment, February 1, 1865. Will we get better, or is the future grim? Sponsors: Zencastr Zencastr is an all-in-one podcast production suite that gives you studio-quality audio and video without needing all the technical know-how. Promo Code : Zencastr 30% Off - https://zen.ai/cosmicconvospod #cosmicconvos #pushitfwd #blackastrologers Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cosmicconvos Follow us: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cosmicconvo/ https://www.instagram.com/shekhem_ra/ https://www.instagram.com/pushitfwd/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cosmicconvopodcast/ Website: https://www.pushitfwd.com/cosmic-convos-podcast

RAISE Podcast
128: Birgit Smith Burton, Founder and Executive Director, African American Development Officers Network

RAISE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 55:13


Birgit Smith Burton is a respected leader in the fundraising profession who has raised more than $500 million during her 33-year career. As the executive director of foundation relations at the Georgia Institute of Technology, she led her team in raising $309 million toward the Institute's most recent successful $1.8 billion capital campaign.Birgit is a well-regarded speaker on the topics of fundraising and diversity. She has authored articles on diversity in the fundraising profession, co-authored the book, The Philanthropic Covenant with Black America, and contributed to the book Five Minutes for Fundraising, A Collection of Expert Advice. Birgit is honored to tell her personal story in the book Collecting Courage, which shares the lived experiences of Black women and men working in the nonprofit and charitable space (published fall 2020). She was proud to be selected by Georgia Tech leadership to participate in the first cohort of Leading Women @ Tech, which identified the next community of leaders who will guide the institution in the 21st century. Birgit also was chosen as one of the 2020 Faces of Inclusive Excellence, recognizing faculty, staff, and students who are committed to gender diversity, equity, and inclusion.Birgit serves on the global board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and recently was voted as the chair-elect for 2021. She has the distinction of being the first African American woman in AFP's 60-year history to serve in this role. Birgit is the immediate past chair of the IDEA Committee (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access). She also chairs the A.E. Lowe Grice Scholarship Fund, serves on the Hosea Helps board of directors, and advises the Aspen Leadership Group. Birgit is the founder of AADO, the African American Development Officers Network, which for 23 years has provided professional development, education, employment support, mentorship, and networking opportunities for fundraisers of color. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.Birgit earned a bachelor's degree in media communications from Medaille College in Buffalo, New York.

Heartland Daily Podcast
The State of Black America: Progress, Pitfalls, and the Promise of the Republic (Guest: William B. Allen)

Heartland Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 22:05


The Steve Gruber Show
DaQuawn Bruce, IRS Expansion Is A War On Black America

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 8:30


DaQuawn Bruce is the Executive Director of Concerned Communities for America, an organization focused on facilitating political liberation and social transformation of communities of color across America.  IRS Expansion Is A War On Black America

The Charlie Kirk Show
Uncle Tom Economics with Brandon Tatum and Dave Brat

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 34:24 Very Popular


Charlie is first joined by Salem Radio colleague, TPUSA alum, and host of The Officer Tatum Show, Brandon Tatum, to discuss the powerful new film, ‘Uncle Tom 2.' They have an honest and jarring conversation on the true history of Black America, and the Marxists who infiltrated that community, to degrade and ultimately undermine the prosperity of Black Americans. Charlie and Brandon also explore a controversial but illuminating discussion on mass desegregation, and how the unintended consequences of of it, impacted the Black community, both negatively and positively, as well as how it informs the trajectory of the BLM movement. Next up, Charlie welcomes Dave Brat, Dean of Liberty University's School of Business, to break down the state of the economy and why American's sovereign debt threatens to destroy America's remaining middle-class. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Candace
Ep. 9 - Assisted Suicide, Bill Gates Mosquitoes and The Mysterious Increase of Blood Clots

Candace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 37:25 Very Popular


Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://bit.ly/3DzN2Uj The legalization of euthanasia, a mysterious rise in blood clots across the nation, Biden's biotechnology, and Bill Gates strange mosquito obsession. These are all topics the government hopes you will ignore...but I won't. - - -  Today's Sponsors: Skip the grocery store & choose Good Ranchers for 100% American meat. Go to goodranchers.com/candace and use code CANDACE for $30 OFF your order! - - - Socials: Follow on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3RNly1c  Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3U5DF4a  Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3Ug6Thd  Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3d9dZ6k 

Candace
Ep. 8 - The Real Reason Black America Is Being Destroyed

Candace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 32:08 Very Popular


Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://bit.ly/3DzN2Uj Black America is constantly being manipulated by the mainstream media to see ghosts and boogeymen everywhere we turn. Meanwhile, we continue to ignore elephant in the room - we have become a culture that has degenerated over time. - - -  Today's Sponsors: With thousands of satisfied customers and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, Birch Gold can help you protect your savings. Get your no-cost, no-obligation, free information kit.  Text CANDACE to 989898. - - - Socials: Follow on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3RNly1c  Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3U5DF4a  Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3Ug6Thd  Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3d9dZ6k 

Phil in the Blanks
Dr. Phil Welcomes Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump

Phil in the Blanks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:45


Dr. Phil Welcomes Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump  Civil rights attorney Ben Crump has represented the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin, Breonna Taylor and more. “All we're trying to do is get people to see the humanity in people of color,” he says. Dr. Phil welcomes the man some refer to as “Black America's Attorney General” to the “Phil in the Blanks” Podcast. It's an episode not to be missed! “Phil in the Blanks” drops every Tuesday. Listen and subscribe today. http://bit.ly/DrPhilpod For more information: http://drphilintheblanks.com/ KA'CHAVA is offering 10% OFF for the listeners of our podcast. Go to: https://www.kachava.com/collections/blanks-podcast to get 10% OFF your order. Interested in advertising on the show? Visit: https://www.advertisecast.com/PhilintheBlanks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michael Knowles Show
Choosing Life: The Racism of the Pro-Abortion Movement - Star Parker

The Michael Knowles Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 53:03 Very Popular


For 25 years, Star Parker has been fighting against victimization of African Americans. In this conversation she describes the horrific consequences of Margaret Sanger's work and the pro-choice movement on Black America. According to Parker, from broken families to crime and poverty, many of the most devastating issues facing our nation directly stem from legal abortion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CrossPolitic Studios
Uncle Tom 2: Marxism & Black America - plus - Just what is a MAGA Republican?? [CrossPolitic Show]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 32:33


Freakonomics Radio
514. Roland Fryer Refuses to Lie to Black America

Freakonomics Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 59:54 Very Popular


The controversial Harvard economist, recently back from a suspension, “broke a lot of glass early in my career,” he says. His research on school incentives and police brutality won him acclaim — but also enemies. Now he's taking a hard look at corporate diversity programs. The common thread in his work? “I refuse to not tell the truth.”