September 12, 2019. Featuring Mark Anthony Neal (Looking For Leroy), Treva Lindsey (Colored No More), Darnell Moore (No Ashes in the Fire), Jessica Care Moore(God is Not an American). Moderated by Jasiri X (1Hood).
|Keisha Senter is the Director of Clinton Global Initiative University, the youth arm of Clinton Global Initiative. Clinton Global Initiative University is President Bill Clinton’s new project... more||LaTosha Brown is an award-winning community organizer, philanthropic consultant, and political strategist with over twenty years of experience working in the non-profit and philanthropy sectors... more|
|Laura S. Washington, a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, brings more than two decades of experience as a non-profit professional and multi-media journalist who specializes in African-American... more||Lester Spence is Associate Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Stare in the Darkness: The Limits of Hip-Hop and Black Politics (... more|
|Lisa Fager Bediako is President and Co-Founder of Industry Ears, Inc., an advocacy/activist think tank concerned with the impact of media on children and communities of color. Ms. Bediako, an expert... more||Liz Havstad is the Director of Civic Engagement and Strategic Growth for the Hip Hop Caucus, a national, non-profit organization that engages young people in the civic process by connecting cultural... more|
|M-1 is the stage name of Mutulu Olugbala, best known as one half of the political, hip-hop duo dead prez. In 2000, M-1 and partner stic.man released their critically acclaimed debut album Let’s... more||Madihha Ahussain serves as special counsel for anti-muslim bigotry at Muslim Advocates and heads the Program to Counter Anti-Muslim Hate. Ms. Ahussain works with a coalition of... more|
|Malik Yusef is a five-time Grammy winning artist, poet, songwriter and producer. A poet since the age of 21 (appearing on Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam in 2002), he has translated talent,... more||Malkia Cyril is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Media Justice (CMJ). As an award-winning organizer and communications leader, Malkia has more than 15 years experience... more|