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Sharpest Tool In The Shedand The ABC’s of HBCU’s

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We speak with Hip Hop artist / activist Bambu about politics and Hip Hop and his latest album, Sharpest Tool In The Shed. Later we speak with Claudia Walker the author of The ABC’s of HBCU’s. The first ABC book dedicated to historically Black colleges and universities.


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White Supremacist Groups in Philadelphia

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We speak with Darryl Jenkins of the One People’s Project about white supremacists in Philadelphia. We also play an array of speeches from iconic figures, Immortal Technique, Fannie Lou Hammer, Sister Souljah and Reverend Jeremiah Wright.


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White Supremacist Groups in Philadelphia

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We speak with Darryl Jenkins of the One People’s Project about white supremacists in Philadelphia. We also play an array of speeches from iconic figures, Immortal Technique, Fannie Lou Hammer, Sister Souljah and Reverend Jeremiah Wright.  


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Virulent Hate Project: Understanding Anti-Asian Sentiment in The US – Part Two

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Continuation of our conversation with Melissa May Borja, Ph.D., about the Virulent Hate Project, an interdisciplinary research initiative that studies anti-Asian racism and Asian American activism during the COVID-19 pandemic. Later we celebrate the activism of Grace Lee Boggs and her organizing work with diverse communities. Virulent Hate Project Key findings from the new report … Continued


Continuation of our conversation with Melissa May Borja, Ph.D., about the Virulent Hate Project, an interdisciplinary research initiative that studies anti-Asian racism and Asian American activism during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new report from the project focuses on the nature of anti-Asian racism reported by the news media in 2020. Forthcoming reports will analyze Asian … Continued


A two-part series on The Virulent Hate Project. We speak with lead researcher Melissa May Borja, Ph.D., about the Virulent Hate Project, an interdisciplinary research initiative that studies anti-Asian racism and Asian American activism during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new report from the project focuses on the nature of anti-Asian racism reported by the news … Continued