Archive: Dr. Greene’s Interview with Editor and founder of Akili Worksongs, April R Silver on July 6, 2008 about the book “Be A Father to your Child: Real Talk From Black Men On Family, Love And Fatherhood” and with one of the book’s contributors, Aaron Lloyd. They discussed the influence of Hip-hop on black men and how the songs of this genre of music changed lives.
Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with filmmaker, hip-hop artist, professor and author, MK Asante on June 28, 2015 talked about his book “Buck,” his motivation for writing, the impact of hip-hop on writing, and Asante’s journey […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with writer, Joanna Sit on June 2, 2014 talked about her book “In Thailand With the Apostles,” her journey as a writer, writing and rewriting, what ignites her writing and the experience […]
Archive: Dr. Greene’s Interview with writer, director, producer, poet, advocate and educator, Jamal Joseph, on March 10, 2013. During the interview, they discussed his book, “Panther Baby.” Listen to the interview.