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The Cite Black Women podcast is a bi-weekly program with a simple message: Cite Black Women. We have been producing knowledge since we blessed this earth. We theorize, we innovate, we revolutionize the world. We do not need mediators. We do not need interpreters. It's time to disrupt the canon. It's time to upturn the erasures of history. It's time to give credit where credit is due. This bi-weekly podcast features reflections and conversations about the politics and praxis of acknowledging ...
 
We are the seekers of truth. We are the writers of fact. We are both sides of the story. We are the chroniclers of history. We are journalists, and this course teaches how to report, write and publish through every means at our disposal--from conventional paper to digital conversations. Join me as we learn to develop ideas into stories, and to see the news that surrounds us. Together we will learn to find and ask the right questions of sources, so that we get information readers need and wan ...
 
Rendez-vous du vendredi matin, le Grand Débat (7h30-8h30) est la déclinaison du Grand Témoin, à la différence près que trois personnes y participent. Au départ, ce rendez-vous toujours en direct réunissait des journalistes catholique, protestant et orthodoxe. L’originalité de cette « recette » attira un vaste public. Au fil du temps, le Grand Débat s’ouvrit à d’autres signatures, toutes portées, au-delà de la divergences de points de vue, par l’idée de discuter en vérité des trois ou quatre ...
 
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Grand débat avec Guy Baret, journaliste, Philippe Clanché, journaliste, collaborateur à Nouvelle Cité, Réforme et Témoignage chrétien, et Christophe Geffroy, directeur du mensuel La Nef. Au menu : L’incendie de Notre-Dame de Paris, 2 ans après. Les élections régionales et départementales: les forces politiques en présence. La question des épreuves …
 
Carol Saba, avocat Jean Sévillia, journaliste au Figaro Pascale Tournier, rédactrice en chef adjointe à l’hebdomadaire La Vie Au menu du Grand débat de cette semaine : Polémique sur la messe sans masque à Saint-Eugène – Sainte Cécile Polémique sur les dîners clandestins luxueux Faut-il relancer le débat sur l’euthanasie ?…
 
Jean-Marie de Bourqueney, ancien rédacteur en chef Évangile & Liberté, théologien Jean-Christophe Buisson, directeur de la rédaction adjoint du Figaro magazine Samuel Pruvot, rédacteur en chef à Famille Chrétienne Au menu : Covid : mesures annoncées hier soir : bien ou pas bien ? Spoutnik V, Vladimir Poutine fait-il la leçon à l’UE ? Agression cont…
 
In this episode, Cite Black Women podcast host, Christen A. Smith sits down with Koritha Mitchell a literary historian, cultural critic, and associate professor of English at Ohio State University. to discuss book. From Slave Cabins to the White House: Homemade Citizenship in African American Culture (August 2020, University of Illinois Press). In …
 
Avec Jean-Pierre Denis, Steven Sampson et Denis Pelletier Au menu : Reconfinement : aucun mea culpa d’Emmanuel Macron, vers de nouvelles mesures ? Les évêques et la lutte contre la pédocriminalité dans l’Eglise Xavier Bertrand: peut-il faire gagner la droite en 2022 ? Controverse autour de la mosquée de Strasbourg…
 
Marie d’Armagnac, journaliste indépendante Philippe Clanché, journaliste, collaborateur à Nouvelle Cité, Réforme et Témoignage chrétien Henrik Lindell, journaliste à La Vie Au menu de cette semaine : Un an après le premier confinement, on y retourne pour un tiers des Français à partir de ce vendredi soir minuit. Le Vatican a réaffirmé sa doctrine s…
 
Rebecca Pinheiro, maître de conférences à la Sorbonne, pasteur, correspondante pour l’Europe de la Rede Gospel de Communication Samuel Pruvot, rédacteur en chef à Famille Chrétienne Carol Saba, avocat, chroniqueur au quotidien libanais An Nahar Au menu : Le voyage du pape en Irak : quelles conséquences La tribune des trois religions chrétiennes con…
 
Jean-Pierre Denis, journaliste à Bayard Presse, écrivain Christian Makarian, journaliste, écrivain, ancien directeur délégué de la rédaction de l’Express. Généalogie de la catastrophe – retrouver la sagesse face à l’imprévisible (Cerf) Jean Sévillia, journaliste au Figaro, essayiste, historien. Les vérités cachées de la guerre d’Algérie (Fayard) Au…
 
avec Frédéric Mounier et Henrik Lindell Au menu : Islamo-gauchisme : faut-il enquêter à l’université ? Zemmour peut-il être candidat en 2022 ? La fin de l’expérience Saint-Merry Pédocriminalité : quid de la notion de « responsabilité » ?
 
Philippe Clanché, journaliste, collaborateur à Nouvelle Cité, Réforme et Témoignage chrétien Antoine-Marie Izoard, directeur de la rédaction de Famille Chrétienne Denis Pelletier, historien, spécialiste du catholicisme Au menu du Grand Débat, toujours l’examen de la loi sur le séparatisme, ponctué par deux séquences médiatiques : le débat MLP/GD su…
 
In this episode Cite Black Women podcast host Christen Smith sits down with theoretical physicist and feminist theorist Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein to discuss Black feminist physics, the intersections between the matrix of violence against Black women and science, her radical Black feminist upbringing and her forthcoming book, The Disordered Cosmo…
 
Race is coded into every aspect of our technological lives, from automatic soap dispensers to Zoom calls. In this episode, host Christen Smith sits down with Prof. Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University to her work on racial coding, how racism and technology work hand in hand, and what we can do to create abolitionist futures despite this racism. Ru…
 
In this episode, guest host Dr. Nicole Burrowes (Rutgers University) talks with Dr. Alissa Trotz (University of Toronto) about the legacy of Guyanese Black radical feminist organizer and thinker Andaiye. Andaiye was a long time activist and social critic who helped to organize the Working People's Alliance (WPA)and was a founding member of Read Thr…
 
In S2E7 of the Cite Black Women podcast Cite Black Women Collective member Erica Williams sits down with journalist, intersectional-news producer, and creator of TransLash, Imara Jones, to discuss her remarkable work celebrating Black trans women's lives, fighting for justice, and imagining a Black trans future. Bio: Imara Jones, whose work has won…
 
In this episode of the Cite Black Women podcast, Dr. Christen Smith sits down with Dr. Melissa Stuckey to discuss the history of Black emancipation days in the United States, Juneteenth, and the special tone this year's commemoration takes in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. Dr. Stuckey discuss the special connections between George Floyd an…
 
CBW Collective member Dr. Whitney Pirtle speaks with Dr. Monica McLemore about her career trajectory, moving from her long-time position as a clinical public health nurse to becoming a prominent researcher on Black maternal health and reproductive justice. They discuss the importance of centering and listening to Black women in reaching health equi…
 
In celebration of International Transgender Day of Visibility 2020, CBW Collective member Michaela Machicote talks with trans woman warrior, scholar, activist, artist, and story-teller, Dr. Dora Santana, about experiences embodied in language and flesh. Dr. Santana is an assistant professor of Gender Studies at John Jay College CUNY and holds a PhD…
 
In this special Women's History Month episode Ph.D. student Tiana Wilson sits down with Drs. Daina Ramey Berry and Kali Nicole Gross to discuss their most recent book, A Black Women's History of the United States. Daina Ramey Berry holds the Oliver H. Radkey Regents Professorship of History and is a Fellow of Walter Prescott Webb Chair in History a…
 
Neste episódio especial para o Dia Internacional da Mulher/Dia Internacional de la Mujer, sentamos com a Dra. Sueli Carneiro, filósofa e fundadora do Geledés, Instituto da Mulher Negra do Brasil, para dialogar sobre a importância de enegrecer o feminismo, a problemática da mulher negra, e o futuro do feminismo. O podcast foi gravado durante o congr…
 
This podcast features a conversation Profs. Carole Boyce Davies, Yomaira Figueroa and Bedour Alagraa on Sylvia Wynter, Caribbean philosophy and the intellectual contributions of Black women to the Americas. It was recorded during the Black Women’s Intellectual Contributions to the Americas: Perspectives from the Global South (Lozano Long) Conferenc…
 
In this special episode of the Cite Black Women Podcast—our first in Portuguese— host Christen Smith talks with poet and activist Elizandra Souza of São Paulo, Brazil. Elizandra Souza é uma das referências em literatura negra produzida nas periferias de São Paulo, com uma trajetória de 18 anos de ativismo cultural. é escritora, poeta, jornalista fo…
 
A conversation between Cite Black Women Collective member Imani Wadud and the two co-coveners of The Church of Black Feminist Thought: Miyuki Baker and Ra Malika Imhotep. This graduate student spotlight explores The Church of Black Feminist Thought's powerful vision, praxis, and embodied citation. For more info on The Church of Black Feminist Thoug…
 
At the American Sociological Meeting 2019, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Vilna Treitler. In this conversation, she discusses her experiences with trauma and resilience, mentorship, her work as a visual artist and her newest project: her memoir. [*Cover Photo: Vilna Treitler Self Portrait]Vilna Bashi Treitler is Professor of Black Stud…
 
This episode features the recorded audio from the panel Cite Black Women: Centering and Celebrating Black Women in Sociology, that took place at the American Sociological Association Meeting in 2019: What started out as a small idea on twitter turned out to be a mini-movement in Philly. On the Saturday of 2018 ASA conference, scores of sociologists…
 
This week's episode of the Cite Black Women podcast is in commemoration of Ida B. Well's birthday (07/16/1862). Cite Black Women Collective member Michaela Machicote speaks with Professor Michelle Duster, scholar, community advocate, and the paternal great granddaughter of Ida B. Wells. In this episode we discuss Duster's scholarship, her commitmen…
 
Ashley Farmer is a historian of black women's history, intellectual history, and radical politics. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Departments of History and African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas- Austin. Her book, Remaking Black Power: How Black Women Transformed an Era, is the first comprehensive study of …
 
On Friday February 22, 2019, the Black Graduate Students Association in collaboration with the LUTA initiative at the University of California Berkeley held a special Cite Black Women event alongside the ANTI-BLACK STATE VIOLENCE ACROSS THE AMERICAS symposium that occurred on campus at the same time. This Cite Black Women event, organized by Caleb …
 
On Friday February 22, 2019, the Black Graduate Students Association in collaboration with the LUTA initiative at the University of California Berkeley held a special Cite Black Women event alongside the ANTI-BLACK STATE VIOLENCE ACROSS THE AMERICAS symposium that occurred on campus at the same time. This Cite Black Women event, organized by Caleb …
 
In this last episode for Black History Month 2019, Cite Black Women founder Christen Smith interviews historian Daina Ramey Berry, the author of five books on gender and slavery in the United States. In this conversation we talk about the powerful and reflective work of writing about our collective past, the relationship between the commodification…
 
In this special Valentine's Day/Black History Month Episode of the Cite Black Women podcast, we feature a conversation between collective member Dr. Erica Williams and the world renowned Black feminist scholar Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall. Listen to them discuss their #love for Black women's work, their passion for writing, the importance of friendship…
 
In this Martin Luther King Day special podcast, we honor the legacy of Ella baker with a discussion of Black women’s radical activism, citational politics and transnationalism. The conversation begins with a brief introduction on Ella Baker and the visionary leadership of the Black women who surrounded Dr. King. We then move into an interview that …
 
In this episode, Dr. Dána-Ain Davis — activist, anthropologist, poet, doula, mother, grandmother— discusses citation as spiritual practice, poetry, love, birth and Black Women's storytelling with CBW's Christen Smith. This reflective and insightful conversation takes on a journey from her research to the possibilities and horizons of storytelling a…
 
*Please note that there is an error in Dr. McClaurin's bio in the recording! Our apologies. We are working to fix this problem and will get a new, edited version up promptly. In the meantime, please refer to her bio here for the most up to date information: http://irmamcclaurin.comIn this​ episode, Dr. Irma McClaurin talks with Christen Smith about…
 
In this inaugural episode, CBW founder, Christen Smith and CBW Collective member and producer Michaela Machicote introduce Cite Black Women's podcast initiative, the history of the CBW project, and the radical Black feminist legacy of Audre Lorde that has been one of its primary inspirations. This is the launch episode of the Cite Black Women Colle…
 
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