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MF GALAXY is a weekly podcast powered by four mighty engines: * Writers on writing: the craft and the business * Pop culture including TV, movies, graphic novels, and more * Progressive politics, activism, and social enterprise * Africentric change-makers, histories, cultures, art, and more! Mixing brand-new interviews with classic conversations (from my archive of 23 years in broadcasting) with famous and dynamic figures in the arts, Hollywood, and politics, MF GALAXY will take you to places you've never been before, and deliver fresh insights on the places you've been.
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Jul 28, 2016

Thirty actors, writers, film makers, cartoonists, singers, MCs, DJs, and academics answer the question: Does racial tension ever disappear for you?

 

  • T.E.D.D.Y.
  • Wes Borg
  • Joy Lusco Kecken
  • Michael Muhammad Knight
  • Thomas Wharton
  • DeWayne Copeland
  • A Lee Martinez
  • David Simon
  • Ishmael Reed
  • Scott Wilson
  • Waymatea
  • Robert Chew
  • Shawn Taylor
  • Isaiah Washington
  • Sonja Sohn
  • A Peter Bailey
  • Wendell Pierce
  • Lisa Yaszek
  • Abdi Samatar
  • Lester Kenyatta Spence
  • Jamie Hector
  • Amir Sulaiman
  • Gene Luen Yang
  • Stephen Notley
  • Jitu tha Jugganot
  • Ann Vriend
  • Runoko Rashidi
  • Sharon Lewis
  • Seith Mann, and
  • Clark Peters

 

A couple of important links:

David Simon refers to conflict with Charles Roc Dutton while making the miniseries The Corner. For further reading, check this article.

I asked A. Peter Bailey about African youth in the US (and Canada) believing that education is “White,” and learned later for the outstanding sociologist Algernon Austin and his book Getting It Wrong that such claims are mostly a myth. Listen to my interview with Algernon Austin here.

 

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