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
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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, 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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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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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
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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
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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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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 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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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
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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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Black Enough
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The two up and coming black comedians Taylor Evans and Andre Morton explain what it takes to be black enough.
 
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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
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"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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Brownstone Media Group Presents: View From The Stoop
 
Brownstone Media Group Presents: View From The Stoop
 
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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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Perspectives Live
Monthly
 
Keith Augustus Burton, PhD, offers commentaries on politics and current events from a Christian perspective.
 
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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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Please Don't Ask Podcast
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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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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 ...…
 
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI 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 Overcomin ...…
 
On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Marcus Ferrell, political strategist, organizer and former African American Outreach Director for Bernie Sanders, Michael Harriot, critically acclaimed poet, journalist, novelist, broadcaster and the editor-in-chief of NegusWhoRead and Dr. David Ragland, Peace and Conf ...…
 
When the Sun comes backAnd the first quail callsFollow the Drinkin’ Gourd.For the old man is a-waiting for to carry you to freedomIf you follow the Drinkin’ Gourd.-“Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd” author unknown (possibly Peg…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On edition, is a long form interview series featuring actors discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Carla Renata interviews Keena Ferguson ABOUT KEENA FERGUSON: Classically trained in both drama and dance, Keena Ferguson has performed in a v ...…
 
A new non-fiction book entitled "The Valley of the Shadow of Death — A Tale of Tragedy and Redemption" is a riveting read about crime, race, gangs, the death penalty, and African American victims of violent crime. It was co-authored by former NFL defensive back Kermit Alexander, with Criminal Justice Professors Alex Gerould and Jeff Snipes. Ale ...…
 
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Osmosis.org: A 49-year-old African American man comes to the office with worsening bilateral leg edema
 
Here is a gal who was so fearless that in a time when women, African-Americans, and Native Americans were banned from learning how to fly - she did. In her own words, she “refused to accept ‘no’ for an answer” With nail-biting barnstorming aerial stunt performances, this gal kept you on the edge of your seat. An inspiration to many, including a ...…
 
JUNE 23 1927 – Silent Cal dons a headdress. …The Sioux County Pioneer newspaper on North Dakota reports June 23 in 1927 that President Calvin Coolidge will be “adopted” into a Sioux tribe at Ft. Yates on the south-central border of North Dakota. In anticipation of the president’s upcoming visit to the Black Hills region of North Dakota, the Sio ...…
 
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One Week Only - Podcast
 
Episode 68 of One Week Only! Our key film this week is the documentary "Night School" about three adults in Indianapolis struggling to earn their High School diplomas and turn their lives around. We also review the powerful morality drama "Paulina" from Argentina, directed by Santiago Mitre; the documentary "Raising Bertie" about African-Americ ...…
 
On Sunday morning, two Seattle police officers responded to a reported burglary. That call ended in the fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles, an African-American mother of four. Just days after, black women in the city are feeling the impact.By kateo@kuow.org (Kate Walters).
 
On Sunday morning, two Seattle police officers responded to a reported burglary. That call ended in the fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles, an African-American mother of four. Just days after, black women in the city are feeling the impact.By kateo@kuow.org (Kate Walters).
 
Seattle Sensation: Dave Sims Chats with GDG Segment 5: Dave Sims has one of the most recognizable voices in sports broadcasting. He was in town this week as the Mariners visited the Twins. He sat down with Larry to talk about the effort to get more African-Americans into the sports. Plus, what’s it like seeing one of the best MLB teams in the H ...…
 
on today's episode, We discuss the lack of knowledge we have of Juneteenth. The influence Hip-Hop on of African American culture . being victim of cat calling as a male, talked about homosexuality and more!Follow us @Lenluciano , @Rizsbox and @Bizzygenius
 
TRIBE Family Channel™ is proud to host Voices of Wisdom sponsored by Genius is Common™ with guest, Evangelist Alveda C. King.June 22, 2017 5PM-PDT 7PM-CST 8PM-ESTCall 347-539-5285 or listen online:www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoulHosted by Beverly Black-Creator of TRIBE Family Channel™About our guest:She currently serves as a Pastoral Assoc ...…
 
In this student podcast, Emma Hillman and Kenny Hummel interview Dr. Laura Gitlin about her article "It's a Matter Trust: Older African Americans Speak About Their Health Care Encounters" published in volume 35 issue 10 of the Journal of Applied Gerontology. Click here to read the article.
 
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KUOW Seattle News and Information
 
Seattle's mayor wants another limit on how landlords can choose their tenants. This time it's more protections from rental discrimination for people with a criminal conviction. Also, two African-American mothers reflect on shootings like the one in Seattle last weekend and another in Minnesota, shootings that happen in front of children. What's ...…
 
Seattle's mayor wants another limit on how landlords can choose their tenants. This time it's more protections from rental discrimination for people with a criminal conviction. Also, two African-American mothers reflect on shootings like the one in Seattle last weekend and another in Minnesota, shootings that happen in front of children. What's ...…
 
Seattle's mayor wants another limit on how landlords can choose their tenants. This time it's more protections from rental discrimination for people with a criminal conviction. Also, two African-American mothers reflect on shootings like the one in Seattle last weekend and another in Minnesota, shootings that happen in front of children. What's ...…
 
In this student podcast, Howard Anderson and Rebecca Abide interview Bryan Hansen about his article "It's a Matter Trust: Older African Americans Speak About Their Health Care Encounters" published in volume 35 issue 10 of the Journal of Applied Gerontology. Click here to read the article.
 
Free Preview Clip https://www.peterbcollins.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Early.mp3 Multinational oil giant Chevron considered Richmond its "company town" until progressives organized and took it back. Steve Early's powerful new book, Refinery Town, tells the story.Early retired to Richmond 5 years ago, after working as a staffer of the Com ...…
 
In this episode, we hear from Keisha Blain, a professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh, senior blog editor at the African American Intellectual History Society, and editor of the Global Black History section of "Public Books."Keisha Blain has, as much as any scholar, redefined what it means to be a publically engaged academic in the ...…
 
Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Much like the phrase "Black Power" evoked the struggle for racial justice in the 1960s, "Black Lives Matter" has become a slogan for activism and social justice today. Both movements were shaped from more than 100 years of black social and political thought that argues not just for equal ...…
 
I am excited to share this special conversation with Frederick L. Ware with you. Dr. Ware is author of African American Theology, which is a seriously excellent introduction and ready for your reading pleasure. He is the Associate Professor of Theology at Howard University Divinity School in Washington, DC and the author of Methodologies of Bla ...…
 
I am excited to share this special conversation with Frederick L. Ware with you. Dr. Ware is author of African American Theology, which is a seriously excellent introduction and ready for your reading pleasure. He is the Associate Professor of Theology at Howard University Divinity School in Washington, DC and the author of Methodologies of Bla ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On edition, is a long form interview series featuring actors discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Carla Renata interviews Keena Ferguson ABOUT KEENA FERGUSON: Classically trained in both drama and dance, Keena Ferguson has performed in a v ...…
 
"More than two years after leaving the Obama administration, former Attorney General Eric Holder is reentering the political fray. His goal: to lead the legal resistance to Donald Trumpâ??s agenda â?? and perhaps even run against the president in 2020. Seized by a sense of urgency to oppose Trump and restore what he regards as Americaâ??s best ...…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with sophomore and University of Michigan women's tennis team member Brienne Minor, who became the program's first national champion and first African-American woman to win a Division I singles championship. Minor talks about the ups and downs of college tennis, how she balances sports and academi ...…
 
Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Much like the phrase "Black Power" evoked the struggle for racial justice in the 1960s, "Black Lives Matter" has become a slogan for activism and social justice today. Both movements were shaped from more than 100 years of black social and political thought that argues not just for equal ...…
 
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WGLT-FM: Assorted stories from WGLT-FM : NPR
 
The Southern Baptist Convention, one of the largest denominations in the country, voted recently to denounce white supremacy and the alt-right movement, but not without controversy.By judy@wglt.org (Judith Valente).
 
As Mike contintues to be on break, in this recast episode we revisit a conversation with Dr. Janeé R. Avent - assistant professor in the counselor education program at East Carolina University - on African American mental health, the need for counselors to understand African American spirituality and the influence of the Black church, and gener ...…
 
This debate has raged on for the last half century. So what's the correct moniker? Is there a right answer? Do persons of color even care?For more go to: http://thesharpereality.com/For all episodes of TSR: http://thesharpereality.com/podcasts/Read my best work on ROK: http://thesharpereality.com/articles/Listen on Soundcloud: https://soundclou ...…
 
Amanda and Jenn discuss under the radar favorites, witchy reads, beautiful prose, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. This episode is sponsored by OwlCrate, The Assignment (Lessons in Control series) by Jade A. Waters, and Ploughshares. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS here, or via Apple Podcasts here. The show can also be found on S ...…
 
Join me this week for my first international conversation on the Podcast. Through modern technology, Atlanta, GA and Vienna, Austria, merged for one interesting conversation with International Opera Singer - Kristin Lewis. I've always been fascinated by the Opera and voices that carry a unique and God-given range so it was a treat to learn more ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, The Takeaway examines the future of the company and its grip on the economy, as well as the question of anti-trust laws as Amazon continues to grow in size and power. Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and author of "Amazon’ ...…
 
Barnaby gave Jimmy a clear warning through deadly intimidation that what he thought he heard about mutiny, he should just forget for his own good. Clark knows something is not quite right but is playing along with hope of getting to the truth. Commentary on the introduction of an African American character and how the writers who, with no ill i ...…
 
Award-winning Writer/director/ Rel Dowdell re: new documentary feature - "Where's Daddy?" Film maker Rel Dowdell ("Changing the Game") .titled "Where's Daddy?"offers perspectives on the child support system and the specific effects it has on African American families, with emphasis on the fathers. It's a must-see film! See trailer below. Accord ...…
 
Raoul Cunningham has always been passionate about equality and making our system work. Cunningham is currently president of Louisville’s NAACP chapter, the same organization where he started his civil rights career at age 14 in the mid-1950s. Cunningham went from helping with voter registration to taking part in the nonviolent direct action, pi ...…
 
Christopher 2X is driven by the plight of the poor and wants to help them transform their mindset. After serving a seven-year prison sentence for drug trafficking in the 1990s, 2X become both an anti-violence advocate and a community spokesperson on issues of violence and at-risk youth. 2X has become a trusted face and voice for the poor and di ...…
 
South Carolina artist Peter Lenzo creates masterful sculpture that has gained the attention of collectors from across the country. His work draws inspiration from the traditionally African American art of face jugs and is currently on display at Columbia's If Art Gallery . South Carolina Public Radio's Haley Kellner talks with Peter Lenzo and g ...…
 
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