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Sponsored by Candlewick Press and the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, this educator-focused series highlights the work of Black authors and illustrators. Sonja Cherry-Paul, Director of Diversity and Equity at the TCRWP, leads discussions with children’s book creators about their work and the powerful ways their books can live in classrooms. For a full schedule and more information as to how to participate in these thoughtful, informative, and powerful conversations as they happ ...
 
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The Black Tapes

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The Black Tapes

Pacific Northwest Stories

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The Black Tapes is a weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Alex Reagan. The Black Tapes Podcast is a serialized docudrama about one journalist's search for truth, her subject's mysterious past, and the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both. Do you believe?
 
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Black & A Half

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Black & A Half

Black & A Half

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The longest running comedy podcast in Seattle. Probably. Comedians Samantha Rund & Silas Lindenstein interview musicians, artists, writers, comedians and other art creators to find out their origin stories, hear about their upcoming projects, and ask their famous 7 questions. They also give film reviews and discuss current hot topics.
 
Adult content. Season 4 premieres Friday, October 29! Grabby award winner and GayVN award nominee Robert Black is your host. His interviews will inform, entertain, and inspire you to embrace your own sexuality... and maybe try something new. Guests include sex workers, content creators, educators, activists, artists, authors, singers, photographers, healthcare professionals, adult film producers, and more. Follow Robert on Twitter @RobertBlackXXX.
 
The BWNC Podcast is the #1 resource for content creators. Every Monday, we share interviews & discussions with industry-leading creatives whose stories will inspire you to follow your passion. Our goal is to provide you with the shortcuts, tips, & advice that will take your career to the next level! Hosted by filmmaker Ben Hagarty – best known for his work with major artists & brands like Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Disney, & EA Games.
 
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Dylan Cole joins Silas today to review the upcoming films Needle in A Timestack out on VOD October 15th (only Silas Reviews this) and Dune out in theaters everywhere and HBO MAX October 22nd. Dune review starts at minute 22:44 #SFCSBlack & A Half による
 
Focus: Black Oklahoma, in partnership with KOSU, has produced a three-part series titled "The Battle for Greenwood." This first episode, "Street Fight," explores the complex history of the two incarnations of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, and their two different missions; the status of the Greenwood Cultural Center in light of the fact the Greenwoo…
 
On this episode, unvaccinated Black and brown communities brace for a COVID surge that will worsen health outcomes and widen health disparities. We'll unravel Oklahoma's surprising connection to the war in Afghanistan and hear from Haitians who fled political unrest and natural disasters to now call Oklahoma home. Our final segment of Blacks and Ca…
 
On this episode, we'll speak with social justice organizations across the state who are being challenged by new legislation that they believe impedes their rights to assemble peacefully. We look at the future of evictions in Oklahoma and the recent extension of the federal eviction moratorium. We learn more about the new Medicaid expansion in Oklah…
 
On this episode, we take a deep dive into House Bill 1775, its authors, its opponents and its repercussions in classrooms across the state. We also speak with two Oklahoma City activists who met with a state legislator following the lawmaker's controversial remarks about the Black Lives Matter movement, and we visit Turley to better understand why …
 
Samantha Rund returns from her baby hiatus to chat with Silas and their special guest, actor and singer/songwriter, Brittany Allyson. Silas and Brittany had shared the screen in an Amazon commercial a few years ago. When he heard she had a new Single coming out, he did some fast work to book her on the show. You can listen to her new song "Autoteli…
 
In our latest episode we interview Dion Lack, a multi-talented filmmaker who started his directorial debut by sketch-comedies to then creating short films and a production company, LackToast Entertainment. Dion is truly a brilliant visionary with unlimited creativity and you get a chance to experience this side of him as he talks to us about the bu…
 
Suspenseful, absorbing, powerful, unflinching, extraordinary, and rich are just some of the ways reviewers have described the fictionalized childhood story of literary genius Zora Neale Hurston written by Victoria Bond and T. R. Simon. Listen in as the authors speak with Sonja Cherry-Paul, Director of Diversity and Equity at the Teachers College Re…
 
In our latest episode we interview Fatima Elswify, an Associate Producer at OWN known for ‘Oprah with Meghan & Harry’, 'Behind Her Faith’, & The Shade Room’s hit show, ‘The Same Room’. The show merges faith with culture and has had the likes of Charlamagne Tha God, Kirk Franklin & Meagan Good. Fatima is not only a sucker for wholesome content, she …
 
In our latest episode, we interview Zuko Nodada, an award-winning Director & Producer. Zuko grew up in a culture of storytelling around the fire while eating corn. This is where his passion for telling stories came about and he now has a film, ‘Uncovered’, on Netflix, which was screened at the Pan African Film Festival in 2019. Follow Zuko: Instagr…
 
Actor, Dancer, and all around great human, Pamela Turpen stopped by the show to chat with Silas and Samantha. They discuss the journey of their careers in the live arts and Pamela shares the events that led to her retirement from dance.Black & A Half による
 
On this episode, the first Black mayor of an Oklahoma town talks about his plans to do things differently for the Idabel community, a historic election is set to take place among tribes which will finally consider the inclusion of their fellow Black tribal members, we talk with descendants of civil rights pioneers of small town Oklahoma about the l…
 
In our latest episode we interview Alece Oxendine, the Director of the Industry & Festival Outreach at Columbia University’s Film Program where she is an esteemed alumna and serves on the Board of Directors for the Columbia Alumni Association. Alece has dedicated over 12 years of her career to help emerging independent filmmakers by educating them …
 
In our latest episode we interview Terri Simone Francis, the Director of the Black Film Center & Archive at the Indiana University. Terri talks about her book ‘Josephine Baker’s Cinamatic Prism’, which examines an under-explored aspect of Baker’s career, deepening the ongoing conversation about race, gender and performance in the African Diaspora. …
 
In his trilogy of picture books, Michael S. Bandy recounts for young readers his childhood as a Black boy growing up in the segregated South. The first two books were nominated for NAACP Image Awards. The third, Northbound: A Train Ride Out of Segregation, received two starred reviews and was described by Kirkus Reviews as “painful history portraye…
 
In our latest episode we interview Sadiqua Bynum, the youngest & most successful African American stunt-woman working in the film industry. Sadiqua landed her first major doubling job on ‘American Horror Story’ as Angela Basset’s stunt double. She later on played Regina King on 'Watchmen’, Dora Milaje on ‘Black Panther’ and a number of commercials.…
 
In our latest episode we interview Ruel Smith, a Jamaican-born animator who has worked with the likes of Ryan Coogler on ‘Black Panther’, Jon Favreau on ‘The Jungle Book’ & notable titles such as: Riddick & Mortal Kombat X and so much more! Ruel looks to showcase his talent as a director with the release of his upcoming film projects. Follow Ruel o…
 
RABBITS NOVEL is coming June 8th! Pre-order or order your copy today! Visit terrymiles.com for more information. ABOUT RABBITS (NOVEL) “An outstanding debut technothriller, impossible to put down.” -Publisher’s Weekly STARRED “A twisted trip through a cool digital wilderness of a mystery. This book sticks to your brain. Read it.” -Norman Reedus “A …
 
In our latest episode we interview Silas Miami a filmmaker, musician and photographer who has written several feature films. In 2018 one of Silas' films, Supamodo, had its world premiere at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival and was selected as the Kenyan Entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards. We talk with Sil…
 
On this episode, how the University of Tulsa is helping to alleviate legal complications around housing and unemployment for north Tulsa residents, why one Oklahoma state lawmaker believes returning to normal after the pandemic is an error, the untold stories of three Black sheroes who helped move the journey to freedom forward, a deep dive into th…
 
Angie Thomas, award-winning author of The Hate U Give, said of performance poet Sophia Thakur’s Somebody Give This Heart a Pen, “The power of her words will affect generations.” Listen in to find out why as Sophia Thakur and Sonja Cherry-Paul, Director of Diversity and Equity at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, discuss her debut po…
 
On this episode, what's happening, or maybe not happening, on Greenwood Avenue during the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial events and Juneteenth celebrations, as the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce sends mixed messages.We also ask what it's like covering the state's overwhelming incarceration statistics, legislation and news as a Black reporter and we'…
 
Kekla Magoon, multiple award-winning author of books for young readers of all ages and the recipient of the 2021 American Library Association’s prestigious Margaret A. Edwards Award for her significant and lasting contribution to young adult literature, talks with Sonja Cherry-Paul, Director of Diversity and Equity at the Teachers College Reading a…
 
Adult content. Season finale. Brian Dawson was a 1978 Playgirl centerfold (Google it) who became a popular porn Dom for ZEUS Studios. Widely considered a BDSM authority, Brian has presented to community groups nationwide. He possesses the unique ability to convey nuances to those in both active and passive roles, helping them to understand that the…
 
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