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 in literacy.
Archive: Dr. Greene’s Interview with Esther Cooper Jackson, former managing editor of Freedomways magazine, a periodical devoted to furthering the civil rights struggle. In this interview, Dr. Greene and Cooper Jackson discuss the importance of […]
Interview 9-21-2003 Kadiatou Diallo, My Heart Will Cross This Ocean: My Story, My Son, Amadou Dr. Greene’s Interview with Kadiatou Diallo, mother of Amodou Diallo on September 21, 2003. Diallo discussed her book, “My Heart […]
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, […]