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'Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson talks with +Democracy Now!  about his new book The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America. From the protests in Ferguson to the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, to the controversy over the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Dyson explores how President Obama has changed how he talks about race over the past seven years.'
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'This Black History Month, we're thinking about racist violence and the people who fight against it. Intersection Host Jamil Smith explores three stories, and talks with Rebecca Leber, Chloe Angyal, Lisa Lindquist-Dorr, and Blair LM Kelley.'
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'James Braxton Peterson, host of #TheRemix talks  with journalist Chloe Angyal, Senior Front Page Editor at The Huffington Post. Her recent article "Affirmative Action Is Great For White Women. So Why Do They Hate It?" looks at the ongoing debate about race and gender in affirmative action cases.'
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Trailer for 'Miles Ahead'--Don Cheadle directing and starring as Davis.
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"Katrina After Ten” brought together activists, artists, and intellectuals to discuss critical issues such as environmental racism, gender discrimination, gentrification, mass incarceration, education and privatization; as well as the history and future of social movements in New Orleans. Moral Panics & Mass Incarceration in the Neoliberal City:  • Jordan T. Camp, Postdoctoral Fellow, CSREA and Watson Institute, Brown University  • Malcolm Suber, New Orleans community activist, founding member of People's Hurricane Relief Fund  • Lydia Pelot-Hobbs, Ph.D. Candidate in Geography, CUNY Graduate Center.
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Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison + activist and author Angela Davis, in a wide-ranging talk on Frederick Douglass, education, and liberation, recorded in 2010 at the New York Public Library.
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'Esther Armah, host of #TheSpin is joined by Joan Morgan and Brittney Cooper in a conversation about Nate Parker's new film The Birth of a Nation and David Olusoga's new BBC series of the history of Black Britain.'
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'Though some black audiences had grown lukewarm towards Motown product, preferring the sounds wafting from Stax and later Muscle Shoals, Whitfield seemed to have a pulse on the changing dynamics of Soul music and pop music in general.  And Whitfield delivered for Gordy with subsequent hits like “Beauty’s Only Skin Deep,” “I Know I’m Losing You,” “You’re My Everything” and “I Wish It Would Rain,” marking the highpoint of the classic Temptations’ formation that featured David Ruffin on lead vocals.'
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'In Michael Eric Dyson’s rich and nuanced book new book, The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America, Dyson writes with passion and understanding about Barack Obama’s “sad and disappointing” performance regarding race and black concerns in his two terms in office. While race has defined his tenure, Obama has been “reluctant to take charge” and speak out candidly about the nation’s racial woes, determined to remain “not a black leader but a leader who is black.” Dyson cogently examines Obama’s speeches and statements on race, from his first presidential campaign through recent events—e.g., the Ferguson riots and the eulogy for the Rev. Clementa Pinckney in Charleston—noting that the president is careful not to raise the ire of whites and often chastises blacks for their moral failings.' +Kirkus 
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'RBTV caught up with filmmaker Dawn Porter (Gideon's Army) at THe ARRAY Soiree at Sundance 2016, where she was prepping for the world Premiere of Trapped, her latest documentary which ultimately won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for For Social Impact Filmmaking.' -- ReelBlack
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'In the final part of our three part series on Gun Violence in Brooklyn, we get an inside look into how organizations on the ground in Brooklyn are dealing with gun violence, crime, gun control, and the NYPD in suffering neighborhoods.' +BRIC TV 
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A mix of African flavored deep house from DJ KamauMau.
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Education
  • Fredonia
    BA, English, 1983 - 1987
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    Ph.D. American Studies, 1993 - 1996
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Professor. Public Thinker. Writer. Webcast Host.
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  • Duke University
    Professor of African & African-American Studies, present
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