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.
Part Twi of Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with activist, author, educator and journalist, Herb Boyd on March 8, 2015 talked about his project, “The Diary of Malcolm X El Hajj Malik El Shabazz,” institutionalized racism, […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with award-winning author, Frank Wilderson III from October 2008. In the interview, they had a provocative discussion about his book, “Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apratheid,” institutional anti-blackness, Nelson Mandela, apartheid […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with editor, Retha Powers, on January 26, 2014. Powers, the editor of “Bartlett’s Familiar Black Quotations,” discussed her motivation as a writer and journalist, the experiences of black America, and the importance […]