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Author, Scholar & Public Intellectual Marc Lamont Hill
in Conversation w/ Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal

BlackLivesMatter + The Birth of the Nation + the Role of Public Intellectuals 
Author, Scholar & Public Intellectual Marc Lamont Hill in Conversation w/ Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal BlackL...
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“Any Negro who wishes to live must live with danger from his first day, and no experience can ever be casual to him, no Negro can saunter down a street with any real certainty that violence will not visit him on his walk...The Negro has the simplest of alternatives: live a life of constant humility or ever-threatening danger.” -- Norman Mailer, “The White Negro” (1957) 
The Mundaneness of Blackness by Mark Anthony Neal | @NewBlackMan | NewBlackMan (in Exile) “ Any Negro who wishes to live must live ...
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'Black Agenda Report’s +Glen Ford says the Democrat’s attempts to get out the Black vote for Hillary Clinton this election might not work, noting that Barack Obama's "blackness is not transferable." -- +The Real News Network 
'Black Agenda Report’ s Glen Ford says the Democrat’s attempts to get out the Black vote for Hillary Clinton this election might not wor...
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'Dhoruba Bin Wahad spoke exclusively to VladTV about being wrongly charged with assault in the first degree for the drive-by shooting of two police officers in 1971. Three trials later, Dhoruba was sentenced to 25 years to life for the crime, which he knew he didn't commit. He spent 19 years in jail before he was acquitted when it was revealed that counterintelligence files from the FBI were found on Bin Wahad and the Black Panthers, proving that the agency was deliberately trying to take down the Panthers. The prosecution in the case withheld this information during Dhoruba's case so that they could put him away.' -- VladTV
'Dhoruba Bin Wahad spoke exclusively to VladTV about being wrongly charged with assault in the first degree for the drive-by shooting of...
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'Historian Martha Biondi explores the insistent radicalism of Black Lives Matter - from the ways the youth-lead movement challenges American assumptions about power and equality, to the post-civil rights resurgence of creative, organized protest - and places BLM in the global context of social movements exposing and confronting the failures of representative democracy and neoliberal economics. Biondi wrote the feature "The Radicalism of Black Lives Matter" for In These Times.' -- This is Hell! Radio
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'Right now in the United States, there are more people with psychiatric disabilities in jail or prison than there are in psych hospitals, Writer and filmmaker Cheryl Green explores that reality.' -- Bitch Media 
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'The Economic Policy Institute has released a new study on the growing pay gap between white and African-American workers. Right now, African-American men make 22 percent less than their white peers. African-American women make 34 percent less. The study looks at wages from 1979 to 2015. It reaches some surprising conclusions. For example, among African-Americans with a degree: “College graduates actually saw their gap widen more than any other educational group over this period of time,” said study co-author Valerie Wilson.' -- +American Public Media Group
'The Economic Policy Institute has released a new study on the growing pay gap between white and African-American workers. Right now, A...
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' +Jeff Chang has chronicled contemporary American experiences of arts, culture, race, and politics in books like Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, his history of hip-hop, and Who We Be: A Cultural History of Race in Post-Civil Rights America. As director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford and the co-founder of CultureSt/ke and ColorLines, he is at the forefront of these issues as they affect our arts and culture. In his newest book, We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation (out 9/13), Chang examines recent tragedies and protests and “some of the ways we have slid back toward segregation…in our neighborhoods and schools, our colleges and universities, even in the culture.” Chang is in conversation with Washington Post columnist and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart.'
'Jeff Chang has chronicled contemporary American experiences of arts, culture, race, and politics in books like Can’t Stop Won’t Stop ,...
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'It's been six years since Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae released her second album, The Sea, so this Tiny Desk concert feels like both a re-introduction and a welcome back. The Sea dealt with the sudden death of her husband, saxophonist Jason Rae; since then, she's married producer Steve Brown, and together they've made a new record called The Heart Speaks In Whispers. That album has this English singer recording with the likes of Esperanza Spalding, Marcus Miller and members of the band KING.' -- +NPR Music
'It's been six years since Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae released her second album, The Sea, so this Tiny Desk co...
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'Donald Glover's new TV show Atlanta has been described as having "dreamy and weird" moments, of mixing "hyper-realism ... with brief moments of surrealism ... all which serve to disorient." The show has laughs that are "prickly and strange, laced with menace and sadness, if also a real sense of place. Glover says he wanted to "give people a feeling that they can't really siphon or make into something else.' -- +NPR
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'On this minisode of #TheRemix host James Braxton Peterson discusses two new books: Hip Hop Headphones: A Scholar's Critical Playlist and Prison Industrial Complex For Beginners, illustrated by John Jennings and Stacey Robinson of the Black Kirby collaborative.'
'On this minisode of #TheRemix host James Braxton Peterson discusses two new books: Hip Hop Headphones: A Scholar's Critical Playlist ...
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'Professor Mark Anthony Neal discusses diversity in theater and the recent Broadway reboot of SHUFFLE ALONG with William Henry Curry, Resident Conductor of the North Carolina Symphony and critic Jackson Cooper at the September 7, 2016 Wednesdays at the Center, "Hamilton and Malcolm X: Radical Race Representation in Opera and Musical Theatre".' 
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  • Duke University
    Professor of African & African-American Studies, present
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  • Fredonia
    BA, English, 1983 - 1987
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    Ph.D. American Studies, 1993 - 1996
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