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Whose Beloved Community? (2014) - Keynote Julian Bond, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Mandy Carter

The final project of Rudolph P. Byrd, the Whose Beloved Community conference is a multiyear investigation of the points of convergence and divergence .

Whose Beloved Community - 2014  - Lunch Session Convening in the South, and focused squarely on the meaning of LGBT issues to black communities, this project upsets easy assumptions about where, how, and by whom LGBT activism takes place, and recovers a history and a present that can help us chart a more inclusive future.

Speakers: Holiday Simmons, Tracee McDaniel, Ashlee Davis, and Kylar Broadus

“Ferguson is the Future” is part of an ongoing collaboration to imagine and create alternative worlds that are more just and representative of humanity. This symposium brings together a multigenerational panel of speculative fiction writers, activists, filmmakers, academics, and artists to discuss the historical, present-and-future manifestations of a social reality we wish to create and thrive in.

Ferguson is the Future: Incubating Alternative Worlds Through Arts, Activism, and Scholarship

Buzzfeed's Another Round Live  WNYC hosts Buzzfeed's Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton for a live taping of their hit new podcast Another Round. They talk race, feminism and pop culture over a few drinks, then interview Roxane Gay, author of the New York Times Best Seller Bad Feminist about her experience as a black feminist working in academic institutions, dominated by a mostly white intelligentsia.

Buzzfeed's Another Round Live WNYC hosts Buzzfeed's Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton for a live taping of their hit new podcast Another Round. They talk race, feminism and pop culture over a few drinks, then interview Roxane Gay, author of the New York Times Best Seller Bad Feminist about her experience as a black feminist working in academic institutions, dominated by a mostly white intelligentsia.

Black Portraiture[s]: The Black Body in the West - "Mix-Up, Mix-Up": Nikki Minaj, Rihanna And Other (Mis)Readings Of Pleasure, Feminine Artifice, Black-Caribbean-American Diasporic Performances In Popular Visual Culture Panelist: Joan Morgan, Kimberli Gant, Treva Lindsey, Mark Anthony Neal

Black Portraiture[s]: The Black Body in the West "Mix-Up, Mix-Up": Nikki Minaj, Rihanna And Other (Mis)Readings Of Pleasure, Feminine Artifice, Black-Caribbean-American…

Micropolis: Funny or Racist? Desus Nice, Crissle West, Jeff Yang and Guy Branum discuss when jokes/comedy about race effective pushes our buttons...or when it's just plain ugly.

Micropolis: Funny or Racist? Desus Nice, Crissle West, Jeff Yang and Guy Branum discuss when jokes/comedy about race effective pushes our buttons.or when it's just plain ugly.

Micropolis: Race, Poverty, Policy on Livestream A forward look on the debate around the roles that race and culture play in economic outcomes with Professor Imani Perry of Princeton University, Professor Elijah Anderson of Yale University, and journalist Syreeta McFadden.

Micropolis: Race, Poverty, Policy by The Greene Space

Marriage and Equality with Melissa Harris-Perry - Can marriage be reimagined? As much of the LGBTQ community fights for the legal right to be married, some argue this doesn't go far enough. A new legal definition of marriage benefits some who were formerly excluded, but leaves other family and partnership units behind.

Can marriage be reimagined? As much of the LGBTQ community fights for the legal right to be married, some argue this doesn't go far enough. A new legal defin.

Panel #5 - Keynote Conversation: "Queering Racial Justice" (Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality Conference)

Panel - Keynote Conversation: "Queering Racial Justice" (Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality Conference)

Panel #6 - Captive Bodies: The Sexual Politics of Policing Blackness (Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality Conference)

Panel - Captive Bodies: The Sexual Politics of Policing Blackness (Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality Conference)

Let Us Breathe Forum Closing Plenary

Let Us Breathe Forum Closing Plenary

James Baldwin Speech | Video | C-SPAN.org

In this 1979 speech, James Baldwin talks about being a black writer, about the civil rights movement, and other topics.