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Sista Cypher at TRGGR Radio - July 2013Peace! Welcome to another edition of what you’ve been missin: TRGGR Radio. We kick off this episode with a powerhouse panel featuring four feminist warriors: Dr. Tanisha Ford, Assistant Professor of Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies at UMass, Amherst, Dr. Sonya Donaldson, Assistant Professor of World Literature at New Jersey City University, and Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at UMass, Amherst, moderated by Rosa Clemente.

The second hour features a convo on Rap Therapy with Beats Rhymes and Life co-founder and CEO, Tomas Alvarez. Enjoy.


Posted: September 9, 2011 by trggradio in Uncategorized

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TRGGR – 6.24.2011 – Pt. 2

Posted: July 7, 2011 by trggradio in Uncategorized

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TRGGR with Dr. Amilcar Shabazz – Part 2

Posted: May 21, 2011 by trggradio in Uncategorized

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Prof. Bill Strickland on Malcolm X, 4.20.2011

Posted: April 26, 2011 by trggradio in Uncategorized

Moderated by Dr. Zebulon Miletsky, Assistant Professor of Black Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha. Professor Bill Strickland teaches political science in the W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he is also the Director of the Du Bois Papers Collection. Professor Strickland is a founding member of the independent black think tank, the Institute of the Black World, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Strickland was a consultant to both series of the prize-winning documentary on the civil rights movement, Eyes on the Prize , and the senior consultant on the PBS documentary, Malcolm X : Make It Plain. He also wrote the companion book. Bill Strickland was head of the Northern Student Movement, which was the Northern counterpart to SNCC (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee). One of his accomplishments while serving in that position was arranging a meeting between Malcolm X and Fannie Lou Hamer when the MFDP (Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party) came to Harlem. Strickland has been a sharp and caustic critic of American racism and imperialism, through his work as a Political Scientist and Historian. He is in the best tradition of Black Studies, the movement veteran and intellectual scholar/professor, engaged in the struggle while simultaneously providing the highest level of analysis on most any topic in the field.

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