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Rebel with rebecca carroll

The bestselling novelist talks about her novel, race, and unlikeable characters with WNYC's Rebecca Carroll.
A conversation with actor Patrena Murray, who currently portrays the flamboyant and enigmatic black feminist and lawyer Florynce 'Flo' Kennedy in the off-Broadway play 'Gloria: A Life'.
Rebecca Carroll speaks to cultural critic Hilton Als about the powerful exhibit he curated, "God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin."
The new exhibit features work from a "Century of Women Artists in New York City."
The series, which pays tribute to the 19th century soprano Sissieretta Jones, features weekly performances by women artists of color.
This week, Rebecca Carroll talks to sociologist Tressie McMillan Cottom, whose new book 'Thick' examines the standards of Western beauty, the fragile nature of black girlhood, and President Barack Obama's idealism.
We don't often read about the differences between how black and white millennials experience their lives—in fact, we almost never read about black millennials at all.
Prolific, bestselling novelist Walter Mosley has a new book out, and it's timely and evergreen — and a bit bizarre.
The new film is a refreshing—and harrowing—look at how vastly different we experience something that we might assume to all feel the same way about.
The idea of resistance is not new, but these days it feels like we are living in a constant state of heightened resistance in order to just uphold common decency, as well as American democracy.
Every year when awards season rolls around, conversations about the industry's diversity and inclusion efforts start by counting the nominees of color and then trying to gauge whether or not that number indicates progress.
In 2014, DeRay Mckesson became the face of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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