Convergences and Dissonance

 

In the first podcast produced by the Princeton University Department of African American Studies, colleagues Eddie S. Glaude Jr., Imani Perry, Naomi Murakawa, and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor discuss, among other topics, contemporary American politics and the disaster called this election. The discussion moves from examining the political policy points put forward by Clinton and Trump to the political vision put forward by the Movement for Black Lives. The group also addresses the demands of mainstream media, considers how scholars and activists may understand their interaction with media, and discusses how scholars and activists may serve as bridges to one another.

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This podcast was recorded, edited, and published by the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University.

Social Media Manager / Producer: Allison Bland
Audio Engineer & Technical Specialist: Elio Lleo
Music: Courtney Bryan, composer, AAS Postdoctoral Fellow alum, assistant professor of music at Tulane University

Imani Perry and Eddie S. Glaude Jr.
Imani Perry, Hughes-Rogers Professor African American Studies and Eddie S. Glaude Jr. Will S. Tod Professor African American Studies and Religion

Naomi Murakawa and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Naomi Murakawa, associate professor of African American Studies and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, assistant professor of African American Studies

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