Politics

"Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness?: What It Means to Be Black Now"

Toure .

About the Program

Toure explores what it means to be African-American in the United States today.   The author speaks with over 100 African Americans from Cornel West and Henry Louis Gates Jr. to Chuck D and Malcolm Gladwell as he examines race, identity, politics and the concept of "post-blackness."  Toure speaks at Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C. 

About the Authors

Toure .

Toure is the author of the Soul City, The Portable Promised Land, and Never Drank the Kool-Aid.  He is a correspondent for MSNBC and the host of Fuse's On the Record and Hiphop Shop


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Past Airings

  • Sunday, October 30th at 7pm (ET)
  • Sunday, October 30th at 10am (ET)
  • Saturday, October 29th at 11pm (ET)
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