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Basic Black: The Massachusetts Economy in Black and Green

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Business | Politics

January 8, 2016

How did Massachusetts’ African American population fare economically in 2015 and what are the best steps towards economic progress for 2016? Last month the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts released its annual “State of Black Massachusetts” report. We’ll discuss the economic findings of the report including the state of business ownership and the racial wealth gap.

 

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Basic Black: Black Wealth and "The Birth of a Nation"

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Business

October 15, 2016

We discuss how a call to action on social media moved millions of dollars into African American banking institutions. Plus, we look at whether or not "The Birth of A Nation" overcame the controversy around its star. 

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Basic Black: Black Wealth and "The Birth of a Nation"

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Business

October 15, 2016

We discuss how a call to action on social media moved millions of dollars into African American banking institutions. Plus, we look at whether or not "The Birth of A Nation" overcame the controversy around its star. 

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Basic Black: Strategies to Reduce Food Deserts

Health

May 19, 2017

Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? Host Callie Crossley looks at strategies to reduce food deserts, particularly for those low-income neighborhoods with guest panelists Community Nutritionist at Whittier Street Health Center, Mallory Sin ; Founder of the Mattapan Food & Fitness Coalition,Vivien Morris ; Interim President of Dorchester Food Co-Op, Alison Brown; and Rep. Russell E. Holmes.

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Basic Black: Strategies to Reduce Food Deserts

Health

May 19, 2017

Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? Host Callie Crossley looks at strategies to reduce food deserts, particularly for those low-income neighborhoods with guest panelists Community Nutritionist at Whittier Street Health Center, Mallory Sin ; Founder of the Mattapan Food & Fitness Coalition,Vivien Morris ; Interim President of Dorchester Food Co-Op, Alison Brown; and Rep. Russell E. Holmes.

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Basic Black: Feminism

Politics

 

March 30, 2018

As Women's History Month comes to a close, host Callie Crossley discusses the topic of Feminism and its implications in the current political and social climate for women of color.  During the discussion the panel explores whether the word is outdated and should be more inclusive.  

Guests:

Africana Womanist, Yvette Modestin

Nicole Castillo, Director of Programs at the UU Urban Ministry

Kim McLarin, Professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College 

Delia Cheung Hom, Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern University

 

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Basic Black: Feminism

Politics

 

March 30, 2018

As Women's History Month comes to a close, host Callie Crossley discusses the topic of Feminism and its implications in the current political and social climate for women of color.  During the discussion the panel explores whether the word is outdated and should be more inclusive.  

Guests:

Africana Womanist, Yvette Modestin

Nicole Castillo, Director of Programs at the UU Urban Ministry

Kim McLarin, Professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College 

Delia Cheung Hom, Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern University

 

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Basic Black: Feminism

Politics

 

March 30, 2018

As Women's History Month comes to a close, host Callie Crossley discusses the topic of Feminism and its implications in the current political and social climate for women of color.  During the discussion the panel explores whether the word is outdated and should be more inclusive.  

Guests:

Africana Womanist, Yvette Modestin

Nicole Castillo, Director of Programs at the UU Urban Ministry

Kim McLarin, Professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College 

Delia Cheung Hom, Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern University

 

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Basic Black: Feminism

Politics

 

March 30, 2018

As Women's History Month comes to a close, host Callie Crossley discusses the topic of Feminism and its implications in the current political and social climate for women of color.  During the discussion the panel explores whether the word is outdated and should be more inclusive.  

Guests:

Africana Womanist, Yvette Modestin

Nicole Castillo, Director of Programs at the UU Urban Ministry

Kim McLarin, Professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College 

Delia Cheung Hom, Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern University

 

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Basic Black: Feminism

Politics

 

March 30, 2018

As Women's History Month comes to a close, host Callie Crossley discusses the topic of Feminism and its implications in the current political and social climate for women of color.  During the discussion the panel explores whether the word is outdated and should be more inclusive.  

Guests:

Africana Womanist, Yvette Modestin

Nicole Castillo, Director of Programs at the UU Urban Ministry

Kim McLarin, Professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College 

Delia Cheung Hom, Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern University

 

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