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Toure: Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness?

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics


Touré, writer, cultural critic, and TV personality discussed his newest book Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness: What it Means to be Black Now, at the African Meeting House in Boston on January 26, 2012.
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That's A Fact: Young, Gifted, and Black

Arts & Culture | Black Boston

Bunker Hill Community College held the opening reception Feb. 9 for its latest exhibit “That’s a Fact: Young, Gifted and Black.” Many of the area’s best and brightest artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers and photographers were invited to display and celebrate their art.

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An Inside Look at 'Disgraced'

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Basic Black discussed Muslim identity in America through the lens of Pulitzer Prize winning writer Ayad Akhtar's play, Disgraced. Disgraced tackles issues regarding relationships and identity, both through family and professional circles. 

We sat down with Rajesh Bose and Mohit Gautam, to find out what Disgraced means to them, and how identity impacts the lives of everyone.

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The Current Perception of Black Women in Media

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In recent years, Hollywood has increased the amount of shows casting actors of color. With more images of black women on television now than ever before, how has their perception changed? Carole Bell, assistant professor of communication at Northeastern University weighs in on the impact of the presence of black women in media.

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