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“Fresh Dressed” Like a Million Bucks

by admin on June 23, 2015

My husband Sacha Jenkins, director of the documentary, Fresh Dressedout this Friday the 26th—sat down yesterday morning with the legendary Dapper Dan, for an interview with Elvis Mitchell. Now, everyone who listens to my podcast or has engaged me in at least two minutes of convo over the last several months knows I’m like the Pope of the church of American Crime. I haven’t been so engrossed and, quite frankly, moved, by something transmitted through my tell-lie-vision since watching The Central Park Five documentary. And the latter is nonfiction!  Anyways, Elvis Mitchell hosted the podcast and I listened to and saved each episode. I was so jealous of the access he had, not so much to the actors, but the people who put it together behind the scenes. I wanted to be down. Like, badly. Anyways, this was an excellent interview and I’m not saying this because he’s my husband but, go watch the film!!! You will dig it. My word is bond.

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On this extra special podcast mash-up, #TeamAboutRace sat down with Dana Stevens of Slate’s Spoiler Special to discuss Dope, the new drama-comedy from writer and director Rick Famuyiwa. Spoiler number one: we loved it! Like, really, really, loved it. Listen to us get all nostalgic and shit, below. (PS: Please listen to it AFTER you’ve seen the movie).

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NEWISH Episodes of About Race

by admin on June 1, 2015

FAMILY!

My bad. I haven’t posted our latest episodes (mostly) because I’ve been caught up in reading and researching and prepping for a camping trip to Havasu Canyon I’ll be embarking on real soon (more later, promise). Below are links to the episodes I have not posted! For other formats and links galore, please visit our site. Shalom.

PS: If you like or love us, please rate our podcast on iTunes and spread the word!

 

#005: The “I Check All The Boxes” Episode. Here, we discuss the controversial New York Magazine feature “Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?”; the perils in store for black academics on social media; and the first season of ABC’s “American Crime.”

#004: The B-Side. On this joint, we discuss your questions and feedback about Episode #004: The “Recorded After Certain Events in Baltimore” Episode.

#004: The “Recorded After Certain Events in Baltimore” Episode. On this episode, we discuss the media’s treatment of recent events in Baltimore; why black women, Latinos, and Native Americans are being left out of the current debate on police brutality; and a new study on race, neighborhoods and social mobility.

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A New About Race Extra: #003: The B-Side

by admin on May 11, 2015

GREETINGS FAMILY:

Because we’ve been reading and processing your feedback, our About Race crew decided we’d drop extras into the mix. Here, we discuss listener questions and feedback about the “Recorded Before Certain Events in Baltimore” episode (available below). Check it out. Tell a friend. Also, make sure to visit showaboutrace.com to sign up for our newsletter and subscribe via iTunes and RSS feed.

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QUESTION FOR YOU, FOLKSWhat did you think of season one of ABC’s Fresh Off The Boat? Let us know, and we’ll air your thoughts on ABOUT RACE next week…would love to hear some thoughts from second-generation Americans. Paz!

Here, we discuss the first season of ABC’s Fresh off the Boat; the complicated politics of whites adopting racial identities that are not their own; and the social media phenomenon of the Dixon Challenge. Tell us what you think!

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Check it out and do your part to help us arrive at a post-racial state in America by passing it on! Come on, you know you want to. Visit our site and subscribe to our newsletter, peruse our show notes, subscribe via iTunes, or just stare at our head shots. It’s all good, fam!

On this episode, Baratunde, Tanner y yo discuss the shooting of Walter Scott in South Carolina, the colorism debate surrounding Kendrick Lamar’s fiancee, and the laughable attempts of Mindy Kaling’s brother to use affirmative action to get into medical school.

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I wanted to hip you to a new podcast I’m super proud to be co-hosting with authors Baratunde Thurston and Tanner Colby, called Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race, or simply, ABOUT RACE. We debuted our first “Hey Starbucks, Will You Sponsor Us?” episode, embedded here, yesterday on the spanking new Panoply network, the audio arm of The Slate Group. Listen to us discuss the Starbucks “Race Together” fiasco; the issues of race, class, and identity raised in This American Life’s “Three Miles” episode, and the ongoing debate over black celebrities and “The New Black.”

When you have a moment, please visit our site and sign up for our newsletter if you are so inclined, check out some of our show notes, find iTunes and Android subscription links, and more (much more as we roll the site out). We will, with your support, end racism one podcast at a time, or at least make the conversation less binary than what we see in the media today.

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aboutrace_twitterprofileHear ye, folks. I’m stoked to announce that I’ll be co-hosting a new podcast with authors Baratunde Thurston (How to Be Black) and Tanner Colby (Some Of My Best Friends Are Black) called Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race. The podcast will debut in early April as part of The Slate Group’s new Panoply Network. SUBSCRIBE and download a free preview here. Read all about our new baby here and sign up for email alerts. And when you have a moment, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.

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