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Basic Black Live After The Broadcast: Whitney Houston

Arts & Culture


Originally streamed February 17, 2012

After the broadcast, the conversation continued with final thoughts about Black History Month.  Our focus then turned to a discussion on how the media covered the death of Whitney Houston. Who got it right and who got it wrong?
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Basic Black: Race, Class, and Obesity

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

October 18, 2013

This week, Massachusetts announced that schools will no longer send letters home to parents indicating whether a child was obese or overweight.  Our conversation on Basic Black will focus on contributing factors to childhood obesity in communities of color, the stigma attached to obesity, and how culture impacts body image standards.


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Basic Black: Race, Class, and Obesity

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Health | Politics

October 18, 2013

This week, Massachusetts announced that schools will no longer send letters home to parents indicating whether a child was obese or overweight.  Our conversation on Basic Black will focus on contributing factors to childhood obesity in communities of color, the stigma attached to obesity, and how culture impacts body image standards.


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Basic Black: Surveillance Across the Color Line

Black Boston | Health | Politics | Science & Technology

April 8, 2016

This week on Basic Black, what does “security” mean in 2016 to communities of color. With the persistent plague of gun violence in Boston’s neighborhoods and the tragic bombings in Brussels still in the headlines as preparations for the 2016 Boston Marathon begin, security is at the forefront of conversations about policing. Close to home, we’ll take a look at the issue of body cameras for police and later, the larger issue of creating a secure environment in an age of domestic terrorism.
 

 
Philadelphia Police officers demonstrate a body-worn cameras being used as part of a pilot project in the department's 22nd District, 2014, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

 

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Basic Black After The Broadcast: Security Without Fear?

Black Boston | Health | Politics | Science & Technology

April 8, 2016

This week on Basic Black, what does “security” mean in 2016 to communities of color. With the persistent plague of gun violence in Boston’s neighborhoods and the tragic bombings in Brussels still in the headlines as preparations for the 2016 Boston Marathon begin, security is at the forefront of conversations about policing. Close to home, we’ll take a look at the issue of body cameras for police and later, the larger issue of creating a secure environment in an age of domestic terrorism.

 

Photo: Aftermath of the San Bernadino shooting. Associated Press.)

 

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Basic Black: Surveillance Across the Color Line

Black Boston | Health | Politics | Science & Technology

April 8, 2016

This week on Basic Black, what does “security” mean in 2016 to communities of color. With the persistent plague of gun violence in Boston’s neighborhoods and the tragic bombings in Brussels still in the headlines as preparations for the 2016 Boston Marathon begin, security is at the forefront of conversations about policing. Close to home, we’ll take a look at the issue of body cameras for police and later, the larger issue of creating a secure environment in an age of domestic terrorism.
 

 
Philadelphia Police officers demonstrate a body-worn cameras being used as part of a pilot project in the department's 22nd District, 2014, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

 

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Khalid Kodi - Artist

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

Khalid Kodi is an adjunct professor at Boston College. His art chronicles the people and culture of the Sudan; his work is on exhibit at the African American Master Artists-in-Residence Program at Northeastern University.

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Black Women Working Out: Being Fit and Fabulous

Black Boston | Health


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Revisiting Race at Emerson College

Black Boston | Education | Politics

Black Perspectives Now contributor Talia Whyte visits her alma mater to investigate the climate of race relations on campus.
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