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Race Beyond Borders

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Race Beyond Borders is a podcast by the Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity (AFRE). Race Beyond Borders is a weekly show that looks at race from different angles, within South Africa, the United States, and beyond, to the wider world. It exists to raise new questions about race in general and Blackness in particular, beyond geographical divides. In our very first season, Race Beyond Borders will explore race across different domains of knowledge – from the perspectives of an underground womanist hip-hop artist from the East Coast, to an exploration of police brutality in South Africa and the United States, to the science and bio-mechanics of Black hair, all the way to uncovering philosophy’s relationship to race, and so much more. Tune in!

Race Beyond Borders is a podcast by the Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity (AFRE). Race Beyond Borders is a weekly show that looks at race from different angles, within South Africa, the United States, and beyond, to the wider world. It exists to raise new questions about race in general and Blackness in particular, beyond geographical divides. In our very first season, Race Beyond Borders will explore race across different domains of knowledge – from the perspectives of an underground womanist hip-hop artist from the East Coast, to an exploration of police brutality in South Africa and the United States, to the science and bio-mechanics of Black hair, all the way to uncovering philosophy’s relationship to race, and so much more. Tune in!

Location:

United States

Description:

Race Beyond Borders is a podcast by the Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity (AFRE). Race Beyond Borders is a weekly show that looks at race from different angles, within South Africa, the United States, and beyond, to the wider world. It exists to raise new questions about race in general and Blackness in particular, beyond geographical divides. In our very first season, Race Beyond Borders will explore race across different domains of knowledge – from the perspectives of an underground womanist hip-hop artist from the East Coast, to an exploration of police brutality in South Africa and the United States, to the science and bio-mechanics of Black hair, all the way to uncovering philosophy’s relationship to race, and so much more. Tune in!

Language:

English

Contact:

+16465955111


Episodes

Philosophy and the Dignity of Black Life

11/24/2020
Philosophy and the Dignity of Black Life by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:33:55

Queues Define the Working Class

11/18/2020
Queues Define the Working Class by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:27:54

How do we attack racialised inequality?

11/10/2020
How do we attack racialised inequality? by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:21:26

Access ain’t Inclusion

11/3/2020
Access ain’t Inclusion by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:33:02

Science, Systemic Racism, and the Spectrum of Black Hair

10/27/2020
Science, Systemic Racism, and the Spectrum of Black Hair by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:30:08

Of Police Brutality & Political Theatre

10/20/2020
Of Police Brutality & Political Theatre by Race Beyond Borders

Duration:00:34:36

What is the African in African-American?

10/12/2020
In the inaugural episode of Race Beyond Borders, we sat down with hip-hop artist, Akua Naru, who is really a theorist of the Black experience. She is known for her sagacious and prophetic lyrics as well as her classic jazz-hop sound. Paying homage to James Baldwin, Alice Walker and Tricia Rose, her music is steeped in the rich intellectual ancestry of poets, writers and thinkers who have shaped and colored the Black American experience. Through her expansive repertoire, her music invites us...

Duration:00:28:22

Podcast Launch Trailer

10/9/2020
In our very first season, Race Beyond Borders will explore race across different domain of knowledge – from the perspectives of an underground womanist hip-hop artist from the East Coast, to an exploration of police brutality in South Africa and the United States, to the science and bio-mechanics of Black hair, all the way to uncovering philosophy’s relationship to race, and so much more. Join us.

Duration:00:01:32