Best Africanamerican podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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New Books in African American Studies
 
Interviews with Scholars of African America about their New Books
 
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African-American History: The Modern Freedom Struggle
 
African-American History: The Modern Freedom Struggle
 
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African Americans on the Move Book Club
 
AAMBC Radio is a show stopper for all authors and is syndicated on a national on line radio show, reaching thousands of listeners. Launched in 2008 AAMBC has interview hundreds of authors and poets with the mission of exposing all talents. We’ve hosted greats such as Kimberla Lawson Roby, Mary B. Morrison, Mary Monroe, Rosalyn McMillan, and many great talents who have went on to make history. Every Tuesday tune in for our fun, sassy, and hilarious chat as we bring on guest to expose their la ...
 
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African American Profile
Monthly
 
Local civic leader Omarey Williams and his weekly guests examine various issues of concern to the African American Community. Airs Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
 
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African American Politics
Daily+
 
I am going to cover political figures in the African American community who have made a change or plans to make a change to increase the social justice, economic development, and unity within the African American community.
 
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African-American Conservatives
 
Political news & commentary from a cultural & right-of-center perspective.
 
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African-American Collection by VARIOUS
 
This collection recognizes Black History Month, February 2007. Two excellent resources for public domain African American writing are African American Writers (Bookshelf) and The Book of American Negro Poetry, edited by James Weldon Johnson. Johnson's collection inspired the Harlem Renaissance generation to establish a firm African-American literary tradition in the United States. (Summary by Alan)
 
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African-American History Month with the University Presses
 
A series of interviews with authors of books on African American History that have been published by several University Presses.
 
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African-American Collection, July 2007 by Unknown
 
This collection recognizes Black History Month, February 2007. Two excellent resources for public domain African American writing are African American Writers (Bookshelf) and The Book of American Negro Poetry, edited by James Weldon Johnson. Johnson’s collection inspired the Harlem Renaissance generation to establish a firm African-American literary tradition in the United States.
 
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Mapping the African American Past (MAAP)
 
Mapping the American Past (MAAP) illustrates places and moments that have shaped the long history of African Americans in New York City.
 
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Triple A-African American, Anxious, and Awkward
 
Just some classy ratchet, college grads discussing various subjects
 
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CEV Bible - Contemporary English (African-American Narrators) Version
 
The English Audio Drama New Testament (CAV) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the Ne ...
 
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Job Optional Podcast with Jenae Nicole
 
The Job Optional Podcast is created for Women of Color who are inspired to start a Small Business on the side of their current 9 to 5 grind. If you have a vision to use your passion to create a profitable Side Hustle, that will give you the Freedom to live Job Optional. Each weekly episode will share actionable steps, key resources and powerful advice to inspire and motivate you and your business to success!
 
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What's Ray Saying?
Rare
 
Raymond Christian's storytelling is born out of his own life experiences: inner city poverty, race relations, military, family, travel, and adventure.
 
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Regular Black Radio
Rare
 
A conversation about being black as told by regular black people.
 
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Black Chick Watching
Monthly+
 
Listen in to hear about the good, bad and ugly of how black women and girls are treated in the media and the world at large. With occasional guests and exploring other groups this show is for fans of black chicks and diversity in general.
 
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Therapy for Black Girls
Weekly
 
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly chat about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Join your host, Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist as she offers practical tips and strategies to improve your mental health, pulls back the curtain on what happens in therapy sessions, and answers your listener questions.
 
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Add Water and Stir: Women of Color | Adoption | Foster Care | Parenting
 
Add Water and Stir will focus on promoting adoption within communities of color, especially within the African American community. We want to give voice and visibility to families like ours who often seem left out of mainstream adoption conversations. We hope to educate others as we talk about our struggles and triumphs of parenting adopted children. Of course, there will be time for Mimi and ABM will kick it about all kinds of not necessarily adoption related topics as well.
 
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The Comfort Killers Radio
Weekly+
 
The Comfort Killers Radio is a platform hosting shows by entrepreneurs, personalities and individuals from all walks of business, culture and lifestyle. For more information visit: http://radio.thecomfortkillers.com
 
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Black Fathers, NOW!
Weekly
 
The Purpose of "Black Fathers, NOW!" is to Bring the Village to the Brotha's. That Village is going to come in the form of Wisdom from Inspirational Guests that bring Unique, Relevant and Practical Insight that you can take action on NOW! Also, you can look forward to quick Inspirational messages designed to help you think about life a bit differently. A popular African Proverb states that It Takes a Village to Raise a Child. Well, we typically don't live in villages anymore...but that doesn ...
 
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Brothaspeak Podcast
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Brothaspeak Podcast where we discuss Black LGBT issues and topics. on LGBT issues and topics.
 
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Johnathan Soul
Weekly
 
Listen to Black artists, engineers and entrepreneurs talk about their life and work. Whatever you want to do, someone is already doing it successfully. I'm talking with those people.
 
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Two Minorities Roll Up to a Bar-Cast
 
Two friends, both alike in their love for entertainment and foolery, have come together to deliver engaging discussions about the entertainment industry, mixed with shade, personal attacks, and witty banter. We also sometimes have guests. It's the podcast for the young person interested in entertainment.
 
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Black Enough
Monthly
 
The two up and coming black comedians Taylor Evans and Andre Morton explain what it takes to be black enough.
 
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Tellin Season The Podcast
Monthly
 
JOIN RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATE AND FORTHCOMING ENTERTAINER #COOLCHRISSMITH EACH EPISODE AS HE AND FEATURED GUEST PROVIDE A HIGHER INSIGHT ON VARIOUS TOPICS. PLUS, COOL SOUNDS, COMEDIC VIBES, AND CHARISMATIC CONVERSATION.
 
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Winthorpe's Win/Win Podcast
Monthly+
 
Winthorpe's Win/Win podcast is a weekly show hosted by Winthorpe Burke. Each episode takes a look at the world of fitness and technology.
 
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Queen Photographers Podcast
Monthly
 
The Queen Photographers podcast is a show for women of color photographers looking for an empowering community dedicated to equipping her in business.
 
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This Fine Social Scene
Daily+
 
"This Fine Social Scene" looks at the happenings of the day, relevant to and from an African-American, perspective. Each 15- to 30-minute episode features lively discussion, offering a fresh look at current events and issues, art and culture, and pop culture. Thank you for joining us and we hope you enjoy our shows! You can find us on Twitter. at @thisfinesocial and on Facebook at https://facebook.com/thisfinesocialscene
 
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Black New York Singles
Weekly
 
Meeting your match in New York City. A radio show for and about Black New York singles, brought to you by, blacknewyorksingles.com
 
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Brownstone Media Group Presents: View From The Stoop
 
Brownstone Media Group Presents: View From The Stoop
 
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Perspectives Live
Monthly
 
Keith Augustus Burton, PhD, offers commentaries on politics and current events from a Christian perspective.
 
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Please Don't Ask Podcast
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GO MAGAZINE PRESENTS: The Cheeky Geek with Shavon Natè
 
Shavon Natè is a wife, mom, school psychologist and a self proclaimed geek. GO Magazine has teamed up with her to create this podcast series, "The Cheeky Geek with Shavon Natè", as she infuses both her quirky banter and probing questions in her interviews topics like comic books, all things fandom related, queer historical figures and everything in between.
 
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Truth Still Matters (From the Heart of a Catholic)
 
Welcome to the Catholic podcast "Truth Still Matters" The human person is made for truth despite this "dictatorship of relativism" (Pope Benedict XVI) we breathe every day. This podcast exists in the stream of the New Evangelization championed by Pope John Paul the Great and continued with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. We will have the opportunity to learn and reflect on the timeless truths revealed by God and deposited in the Church. If you're looking for apologetics or theol ...
 
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Sermon Archive and Podcast – UUCA – Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
 
Bill Kramer: Bear With Me As I approached age 30, like many young people, I started seeing a therapist. We talked about times and events that made an impact on my life. One such time was as a very young child, maybe 3 or 4. My mother was often ill and spent days at a time with the curtains drawn and her bedroom door closed. I learned from my ol ...…
 
The explosion of the legal marijuana business already shows signs of "savage inequalities." Background checks deny licenses to applicants with previous drug offenses. That disproportionately disenfranchises African-Americans, who, while no more likely to use illegal drugs, were much more likely to get busted. Is the government racist when it bl ...…
 
Jeanette has returned from San Francisco a year wiser, ready to talk about the verdict in the Philando Castile murder, and the resulting conversation after years of unarmed African American men being killed with, what appears to be, no justice. Additionally, we discuss the regular interruptions of Senator Kamala Harris, and the best approach to ...…
 
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Between The Covers : Author Interviews : Today's Best Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry -host David Naimon KBOO 90.7FM : A radio podcast on creative writing, craft & books (literary, genre-bending, experimental, fantastical, science fiction)
 
Gregory Pardlo “explores what is American, what is African American, what is the Other, what is city, what is suburban, what is personal & what is persona. Digest offers a changing, rich landscape of verse both haunting, funny, & rigorously intellectual–Jerry Magazine; He “renders history just as clearly & palpably as he renders NYC or Copenhag ...…
 
There’s a growing body of research that shows African-American girls are punished in school at rates much higher than girls of any other race. A recent report from the National Women’s Law Center shows that African-American girls are 5.5 times more likely than white girls to be suspended from school. In addition to such punitive actions, Africa ...…
 
When Mary D. Williams was a kid growing up in Garner, North Carolina, she often visited her grandparents in Johnston County. She remembers passing a sign that said, “You are in the heart of Klan country” along the way. The sign was a visible example of the racism her grandparents endured in rural North Carolina. As she got older, Williams liste ...…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
Dr. Brittney C. Cooper, who is an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, explores the intellectual genealogy and geography of the work of African-American women over the course of more than a century in her…
 
(Originally broadcast 12/02/16) - Created in 1964 as part of the Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Mississippi Freedom Schools were launched by educators and activists to provide an alternative education for African American students that would facilitate student activism and participatory democracy. The schools, as Jon N. Hale of the College of ...…
 
In this podcast, Judith Weisenfeld talks to Brad Stoddard about her new book, New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Depression. In this book, Weisenfeld explores several social groups in the early 1900s who combined religious and racial rhetoric to fashion new identities. These groups include the Nation of Isla ...…
 
In this podcast, Judith Weisenfeld talks to Brad Stoddard about her new book, New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Depression. In this book, Weisenfeld explores several social groups in the early 1900s who combined religious and racial rhetoric to fashion new identities. These groups include the Nation of Isla ...…
 
YouTube EP: Drops Wednesday This week we talk about Philando Castile, and the struggle of being an African American in a society that is not designed for you.HostCornelius Richards: https://twitter.com/neilsodopeTony Rollison: https://twitter.com/TonyRoll_Maurice Simmons: https://twitter.com/rawconeEngineerVic Bell: https://twitter.com/Vicbell6 ...…
 
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Art Smitten: Reviews - 2017
 
This documentary wasn’t just your normal superstar backstory, this was a story about a woman's journey through self-doubt, a controlling family, addiction and racism. Nick Broomfield’s documentary of Whitney Houston is truly riveting and captivating, unlike any documentary I’ve ever seen. There were a number of never before seen home videos of ...…
 
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Art Smitten - The Podcast
 
This documentary wasn’t just your normal superstar backstory, this was a story about a woman's journey through self-doubt, a controlling family, addiction and racism. Nick Broomfield’s documentary of Whitney Houston is truly riveting and captivating, unlike any documentary I’ve ever seen. There were a number of never before seen home videos of ...…
 
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True Crime All The Time Unsolved
 
In the early 1970s, New York was terrorized by an unknown serial killer. This killer was targeting young African-American boys and along with murder would commit atrocious acts of mutilation. It is this fact that caused people around New York to give this serial killer the nickname of Charlie Chop Off. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the de ...…
 
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Black, Sexy, Geeky and Mental
 
I am going back to my roots of helping women feel good in their bodies. I talk about my movie. Guys have been taking my sexuality for granted. If you want to see me being sexy you need to pay me. Get a FREE audiobook of your choice from Audible: audibletrial.com/bsgm Site: www.blacksexygeekyandmental.com Email: amberpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: ...…
 
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Carl Bell, a psychiatrist and professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, about children who are exposed to police violence. This follows the release of a video that shows the reaction of a four-year old girl just after the shooting of Philando Castile, an African-American man in Minnesota whose death ...…
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Carl Bell, a psychiatrist and professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, about children who are exposed to police violence. This follows the release of a video that shows the reaction of a four-year old girl just after the shooting of Philando Castile, an African-American man in Minnesota whose death ...…
 
M & M discuss stereotypes placed on African American women by today's society. More specifically, the terms the Mammy, Jezebel and Sapphire are defined.
 
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Black and Education
 
Four young men from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical College changed their world when they decided to stand up for their own rights. Their names were Ezell Blair, Jr., Franklin McCain, David Richmond, and Joseph McNeil. They were freshmen at North Carolina A&T in the fall of 1959 and they became friends when they met that year. One of th ...…
 
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On the Low Podcast
 
To Get Ahead You Gotta Make Sacrifices, Fuck It Though, That's How Hungry My Appetite Is - Big Sean ft Migos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI7obr7suNg The BET AWARDS, The Queens dry Speech, RHIANNAS Titty Dem in the New DJ KHALID FT RHIANNA and BRYSON useless backside TILLER. https://youtu.be/fyaI4-5849wFINSBURY PARK TERROR ATTACKOne person d ...…
 
Meet a woman who's changing the face of politics in Colorado and beyond. Leslie Herod was recently elected to the State House of Representatives representing House District 8, which includes neighborhoods in northeast Denver such as Cheesman Park and Five Points. Leslie landed over 38,000 votes and is the first African American LGBT candidate e ...…
 
In which we bring things to a close by considering the fall of the Butokukai, the spread of budo beyond Japan, the role of martial arts in the African-American community, the question of Olympic sport status, and the challenge of the UFC. It’s gonna be a busy week. Listen to the episode here. Sources This excellent article on martial arts and b ...…
 
As in-house counsel and corporate attorney for GE Consumer and Industrial, India Jewell serves on the employee community fund board at GE, supplying grants to non-profit service organizations. She has practiced as a trial attorney specializing in corporate, commercial, and business law. Jewell’s many accomplishments include serving as President ...…
 
C. Allen Ries is a Christian music minister who shares his story coming to terms with a sexual orientation at odds with the faith he grew up with. Allen's initial struggles as well as the peace he ultimately finds is sure to be an inspiration for you on your journey. Along the way Allen also shares how as a "white guy" he found himself working ...…
 
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Advanced TV Herstory |Women in TV |Television History | Feminism
 
For much of the first decade of the 21st century, the TV network UPN churned out a handful of series that featured predominantly African American casts, written or directed - or both, by African American men and women. Today, we talk about Girlfriends, which aired from 2000 to 2008 with Stephanie Williams and Elizabeth Ajunwa, co-hosts of the p ...…
 
FBR finds out what's going on in the Wolverine State of Michigan, as we check in with Mitzi Ruddock of Sons of Hemp and Mr.C, an African American dispensary who prefers to remain anonymous. Time to get Baked!
 
Greetings 9Mind Sacred Sisters. Peace, protection, prosperity and most of all wisdom be upon we all and those we love. Let's dicuss briefly why all these YOUNG Black Males are being "ASSASINATED" and what our proper response as Black People SHOULD BE as opposed to what we are actually doing. Are Black People in a race war a religious war or bot ...…
 
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Rock the Schools with Citizen Stewart
 
Rock The Schools is celebrating its 100th show all week by airing the top seven most listened to shows. Monday, June 26, a special 100th episode will be aired with a special guests. We would like to take a special moment to honor all of our special guests who took time out of their busy schedule to empower our parents and students. Please conti ...…
 
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Counselor Toolbox - Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health Continuing Education | Recovery | Relationships | Clinical | Psychology | Family | Social Work | Mindfulness | CEUs | AllCEUs | By Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
 
Improving Cultural Competence SAMHSA TIP 59 Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director: AllCEUs.com Counselor education Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery On-Demand Counseling CEUs are available at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/684/c/ Objectives ~ Define assumptio ...…
 
In which we bring things to a close by considering the fall of the Butokukai, the spread of budo beyond Japan, the role of martial arts in the African-American community, the question of Olympic sport status, and the challenge of the UFC. It's gonna be a busy week.
 
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Saturday Mass with Miss Sabado
 
This week's episode is a tribute to hip-hop culture in memory of the late Prodigy of Mobb Deep, a hip-hop duo from Queensbridge Houses in New York City.Hip-hop is poetic, soulful, and rich with zeitgeist. I hope this mixtape cracks you open and pulls you deeper into the complex beauty embodying this style of music that originated from inner-cit ...…
 
On this episode my guest Michael Cross gives his perspective of what defines him as a man, reflects on the importance of being a millennial African American father, and the environment limiting one's life.
 
World War II has been called "The Good War," fought by "The Greatest Generation," and Americans have tended to wrap it in a gauzy nostalgia fueled by heroic black-and-white movies and teary jazz standards. But a new immersive show under the Highline at 14th Street punctures that sentimentality, reminding us that there's a dark side to patriotis ...…
 
Racist vandalism at the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a reminder of the long battle for the soul of this country. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/23/opinion/noose-smithsonian-african-american-museum.htmlBy burkhartpm.business@gmail.com.
 
Race relations in today's world are frayed at best right now, and part of the issue is the segregation that is experienced in most suburbs across the country. But what caused that segregation, and what can be done about it? Richard Rothstein talks to Jason Hartman about laws that were passed by our government that impacted who got to move where ...…
 
Host Raymond Hall and Errecca Walker speak with Author Aleta Boston about her book Granny Needs A Village Too and Johnetta Lloyd about her book Embracing The Beauty Within Your Spirit. Healthy African American Family join the conversation.
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: But first: The South Side of Chicago has long been plagued with some of the highest crime rates in the nation, but one man is trying to transform this area by focusing on the everyday needs and the health of those who live there. Jeffrey Brown has our story. JEFFREY BROWN: Along this stretch on Chicago’s South Side, Rami Nasha ...…
 
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: But first: The South Side of Chicago has long been plagued with some of the highest crime rates in the nation, but one man is trying to transform this area by focusing on the everyday needs and the health of those who live there.Jeffrey Brown has our story.JEFFREY BROWN: Along this stretch on C ...…
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: We hear a lot about how divided our country is along many lines: race, class and especially now our politics. But in our next Race Matters conversation, NewsHour special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks with the co-authors of “The Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement Is Overcoming the Politics of Division and F ...…
 
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