DARNELL L. MOORE “No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America” What happens to the black boys who come of age in neglected, heavily policed, and economically desperate cities that the War on Drugs and mass incarceration have created? How do they learn to live, love, and grow up? Where … Continued


Hard Knock Radio

The UnAmerican Struggle

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On today’s show we look at the film, The UnAmerican Struggle. The UnAmerican Struggle is a feature-length, documentary film that offers a new perspective on a very controversial subject. In 2016, some 62 million American voters elected a presidential candidate whose views were rooted in multiple forms of bigotry — racism, misogyny, sexism, and xenophobia. … Continued


You’ve probably heard this before — and may even believe it yourself: Men are ambitious, rational, and inherently non-monogamous. Women, on the other hand, are nurturing, intuitive, and faithful. Scientist Rosalind Barnett and media critic Caryl Rivers discuss the questionable scholarship behind such claims about mental and psychological gender differences. They also talk about neo-Darwinism … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – August 24, 2015

Jeannine Etter interviews Community Activist, Black Lives Matter member and National Poetry Slam champion Theo EJ Wilson, on his viral video “In Defense of Black Women” where Mr. Wilson challenges the toxic narrative that Black women are the sole cause of the destruction of the Black Family. Then Rebecca Jordan-Young, Tow Associate Professor of Women’s … Continued


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#SayHerName, An interview with April Martin and Oree Originol

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We spoke with filmmaker and documentarian April Martin and print artist Oree Originol about police terrorism, Black Lives Matter Movement and the intersection between Arts, Culture, Activism and Community. April Martin co-directed Cincinnati Goddamn. The film captures the personal trauma and civic unrest that followed the deaths of 15 African American men at the hands of … Continued


Hip Hop artivist Jasiri X of One Hood discusses police terrorism, immigration and patriarchy. Also Tony Coleman of One Fam talks about the upcoming Bike 4 Lives Matter Bike Ride protesting the NO COAL through Oakland. Jasiri X is an emcee, community activist and the creative force and artist behind the ground breaking internet news … Continued


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