We speak with Tommy Sheppard and Katlin Mcgaw about their new album for kids, we hear a throwback poem from Amiri Baraka and commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal about Roy Moore.
We speak with basketball legend Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf about his stance against the national anthem 20 years ago and athletes protesting it now. Later we hear a poem from Amiri Baraka.
Since its inception, one of the main preoccupations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been black rebellion. From the early days of the Harlem Renaissance until at least J. Edgar Hoover’s death in 1972, the FBI has had a fascinated fear of African American literature. William J. Maxwell discusses how the FBI extensively surveilled … Continued