Podcasts

Podcast (audio library):

Podcast are ongoing collection audio speeches, interviews and lectures of black elders, professionals, young people and others who are invested in our community. It was conceived as learning tool of the black experience.

The purpose of the podcast is to:

  • Use the audio “Theater of the Mind” to convey blackness.
  • Serve as a voice for our views, advice, affirmations and critique.
  • Enhance existing text articles in our website.
  • Support the oral traditions that are the trademark of black people.

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The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated issues that disproportionately affect women. So on this episode, we’re talking to Mikki Kendall — author of the new book, Hood Feminism — about what on-the-ground feminism practiced by women of color can teach us that the mainstream feminist movement has forgotten.


It’s one of the thorniest questions in any theoretical plan for reparations for black people: Who should get them? On this episode, we dig into some ideas about which black people should and shouldn’t receive a payout — which one expert estimates would cost at least $10 trillion.


The video is horrific, and the brutality is stark. But that was the case in Ferguson, Mo., in 2014 and Minnesota in 2016. This time, though, white people are out in the streets in big numbers, and books such as “So You Want to Talk About Race” and “How to Be an Antiracist” top the bestseller lists. So we asked some white people: What’s different this time?

New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

Popsicle Cold Now that the story has moved out of the headlines the widow of the dead black hero stands alone at the public market purchasing polluted pork with government... POPSICLE COLD and CLAIRVOYANCE by Norman Jordan.
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