Outkasted Conversations: Imani Perry with Regina Bradley

This episode features Dr. Imani Perry, Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. We chop it up about her book, Prophets of the Hood, Outkast's contribution to helping establish the Urban South, and how being Outkasted is a form of Du  Bois' double consciousness theory. Plus, she spits 'Kast lyrics in her explanation. What more do you want?!

 

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