HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER


In this 4-part series, Calvin & Kent sit down with a diverse group of black men & women to look at how black lives matter through the lens of faith, family, economics, & political protest. 


  S4 E3 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: FAITH   Calvin & Kent sit down with Imam Mika'il Saadiqu, Yusef Bunchy Shakur, & Misha Stallworth to discuss the role of faith in the black community, religion in the Civil Rights Movement vs. the lack of religion in the Black Lives Matter Movement, segregated worships 50 years after MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech, and the rise of atheism and African spirituality in the black experience.   (RECORDED/BROADCAST MARCH 21, 2018)

S4 E3 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: FAITH

Calvin & Kent sit down with Imam Mika'il Saadiqu, Yusef Bunchy Shakur, & Misha Stallworth to discuss the role of faith in the black community, religion in the Civil Rights Movement vs. the lack of religion in the Black Lives Matter Movement, segregated worships 50 years after MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech, and the rise of atheism and African spirituality in the black experience.  (RECORDED/BROADCAST MARCH 21, 2018)

  S4 E5 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: POLITICS & PROTEST   Calvin sits down with Niles Heron, Allen Louis Linton II, Alia Harvey-Quinn, Yusef Bunchy Shakur, & Misha Stallworth to discuss the purpose of politics, political concerns within the black community, whether to “be black” means to vote Democrat, low black voter turnout in the 2016 election , the Black Lives Matter movement, and whether the “shock of freedom” has short-circuited black protest.  (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 11, 2018) 

S4 E5 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: POLITICS & PROTEST

Calvin sits down with Niles Heron, Allen Louis Linton II, Alia Harvey-Quinn, Yusef Bunchy Shakur, & Misha Stallworth to discuss the purpose of politics, political concerns within the black community, whether to “be black” means to vote Democrat, low black voter turnout in the 2016 election , the Black Lives Matter movement, and whether the “shock of freedom” has short-circuited black protest. (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 11, 2018) 

  S4 E4 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: SELF-DETERMINATION   Calvin sits down with Damion Ellis, Khary Frazier, Niles Heron, Alia Harvey-Quinn, & Eric Thomas to discuss the meaning of self-determination in relation to the black community, addressing paternalism, the liability of cultural naming, the difficulty of the N-word, and how black economics shapes the culture and can threaten white supremacy.  (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 4, 2018)

S4 E4 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: SELF-DETERMINATION

Calvin sits down with Damion Ellis, Khary Frazier, Niles Heron, Alia Harvey-Quinn, & Eric Thomas to discuss the meaning of self-determination in relation to the black community, addressing paternalism, the liability of cultural naming, the difficulty of the N-word, and how black economics shapes the culture and can threaten white supremacy. (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 4, 2018)

  S4 E6 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: FAMILY    Calvin and Kent sit down with Talisa Cohen, L. Michael Gipson, & Gabrielle Moore to discuss the black families, marriage, gender roles in the black home, spanking, fatherlessness, and navigating “the talk” that so many black parents have to have with their children.  (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 18, 2018)

S4 E6 | HOW BLACK LIVES MATTER: FAMILY

Calvin and Kent sit down with Talisa Cohen, L. Michael Gipson, & Gabrielle Moore to discuss the black families, marriage, gender roles in the black home, spanking, fatherlessness, and navigating “the talk” that so many black parents have to have with their children. (RECORDED/BROADCAST APRIL 18, 2018)