Profile cover photo
Profile photo
CADCE
1,576 followers
1,576 followers
About
Communities and Collections
View all
Posts

Post has attachment
Public
'Grammy-nominated and Platinum-selling artist Musiq Soulchild is a hip-hop soul artist that has built a reputation for being musically gifted, beat boxing for MC’s, free styling on the open mic circuit or just performing acappella for strangers on the streets. Deeply inspired by the R&B/Soul sound of the 70’s, he uses the name “Soulchild” as a way to show respect and admiration to his biggest musical influences such as Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye and many others. His new album, Feel the Real, takes listeners on a melodic journey through the essence of Hip Hop Soul in true Musiq Soulchild fashion.' -- BUILD Series

Post has attachment
Public
'Ever since President Donald Trump announced he was running for president in 2015, late-night television shows have taken on a new tone. Programs like The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Late Night with Seth Meyers have adopted more political rhetoric, while The Daily Show continues to offer political satire with a diverse staff. State of Things host Frank Stasio talks about the recent politicization of late-night TV with regular contributors Natalie Bullock Brown, professor of film and broadcast media at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, and Mark Anthony Neal, chair of the department of African and African American studies at Duke University in Durham. They also discuss the legacy of comedian and activist Dick Gregory who died last month.' -- WUNC 91.5

Post has attachment
Public
Cartoonist and Satirist Keith Knight sits down with Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal to talk about his latest books They Shoot Black People Don't They?: 20 Years of Police Brutality Cartoons and Jake the Fake Keeps it Real with by Craig Robinson and Adam Mansbach.

Post has attachment
Public
'Luis Perez-Brava, a professor at MIT, thinks that we've probably been watching too many Terminator movies for us to really understand what AI actually is. It will (hopefully) (knock on wood) be much less hyper-intelligent humanoid killing machines and more of a sidekick role. Perez-Brava brings up a great point that many in the AI world gloss over: that we saw this kind of so-called "job killing" a century ago when Henry Ford created automation in the workplace; Luis posits that it won't be that much different than we're used to and that mankind should be creative enough to figure out how to assimilate human jobs and AI side by side.' -- +Big Think

Post has attachment
Public
'At a time when women, people of color and homosexuals were confined to the margins of society, Lorraine Hansberry (1930-1965), best known for A Raisin in the Sun, boldly challenged U.S. society to live up to its ideals. Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart, directed by Tracy Strain tells the dramatic story of the young, gifted and black woman who chose words to fight injustice—on stage and off.' -- ITVS

Post has attachment
Public
'In the 1960s, Tom Burrell helped change advertising by convincing agencies to tailor their pitches to Black consumers, but he also saw his marketing work as part of a larger social project.' -- The Code Switch Podcast

Post has attachment
Public
'When is speech no longer just speech? David Remnick looks at how leftist protests at Berkeley, right-wing violence in Charlottesville, and open-carry laws around the country are testing the traditional liberal consensus on freedom of expression. He speaks with Mark Bray, the author of a new and sympathetic book about Antifa; Melissa Murray, a law-school professor at U.C. Berkeley; and Dahlia Lithwick, a legal analyst for Slate.' -- The New Yorker Radio Hour

Post has attachment
Public
'Kara Walker doesn’t simply make provocative art; she creates living, breathing visual narratives about race in America that are often ferociously violent and irrefutably poignant. For her new exhibit — "Sikkema Jenkins and Co. is Compelled to Present The Most Astounding and Important Painting Show of the Fall Art Show Viewing Season!" — Walker released an artist statement as a kind of disclaimer in which she said she was “tired of standing up” and of being the black woman artist du jour with all the answers to racism in America.' -- Rebeccaa Carroll--WNYC News

Post has attachment
Public
'That some NFL fans no longer scream his name with affection is inconsequential; Kaepernick has, like Paul Robeson before him, found his calling. He has exercised the freedom to work in preparation and training for the team of a lifetime—a team more profound and illustrious than any the NFL can claim or imagine.' -- +Shana Redmond

Post has attachment
Public
Duke Professor Mark Anthony Neal discusses the Pop Music and Radio landscapes in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, in light of the technological shifts that have emerged since.
Wait while more posts are being loaded