This month’s episode of 'Who's Black in America' puts the spotlight on Cape Verde, locally known as Cabo Verde. Cape Verdean Ethnomusicologist and Artist Marcy Depina gives us a brief history and introduction to the African nation.
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Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Anne-Maria Makhulu to discuss her latest book, “Making Freedom: Apartheid, Squatter Politics, and the Struggle for Home”. Makhulu is an Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology and African and African American Studies at Duke University.
What Nigerians Think About Boko Haram, America Wanting to Help
It's been seven months since Boko Haram abducted over 200 schoolgirls from their boarding school in Chibok, Nigeria, and the subsequent #BringBackOurGirls social media campaign was born.
In the Root TV segment above, The Root's Diana Ozemebhoya Eromosele speaks with Chika Oduah—an independent journalist working in Nigeria—about what this entire experience has been like for Nigerians, especially their being at the forefront of the philanthropic cause that was “en vogue” for the better part...
When The Carter Center began leading the campaign to eradicate Guinea worm in 1986, there were an estimated 3.5 million cases of the disease in 20 countries in Africa and Asia. Today, less than a fraction of one percent of Guinea worm cases remain in a handful of endemic countries: Sudan, Ghana, Mali, Ethiopia, Niger, and Nigeria.
Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Chuck D of Public Enemy and Gaye Theresa Johnson. Professor Johnson teaches in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
The legendary 3-time Academy Awards nominee, 5-time Tony Awards winner, 6-time Golden Globe winner, and 18-time Emmy Awards nominee Angela Lansbury talks about Murder, She Wrote. Featuring: Robert F. O'Neill.
Black Stats, a new book by Oakland-based academic, author, and activist Monique Morris, explores that data and much more about black American life from education to the entertainment industry to the justice system.
Polite Stewart Jr. graduated from Southern University at the young age of 18 years-old. Stewart chats about his journey at Southern and his future. Days after completing the video, Stewart was offered and accepted a position as a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif.
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