Dr. Greene interviewed Talib Kweli – The Brooklyn – based rapper who earned his stripes as one of the most socially aware and politically insightful rappers to emerge in the last 20 years on May 5, 2013 and discussed “Prisoner of Conscious”, an artistic tour de force that signaled the start of the next chapter of Kweli’s remarkable career. You can find this, more archives and other information about the Center for Black Literature and the National Black Writers Conference at centerforblackliterature.org
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Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with Marita Golden, the author of more than 12 fiction and nonfiction books, on September 2, 2007. They discussed her book “Migrations of the Heart,” police brutality, developing characters in a […]
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.