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Episode 51: Aesthetic Markers of Genocide - Ju-Hyun Park On Bong Joon-ho's Parasite

Millennials Are Killing Capitalism

Release Date: 04/20/2020

Robyn Spencer's 'The Revolution Has Come' - On The Oakland Black Panthers, Gender Politics, Internationalism, and Repression show art Robyn Spencer's 'The Revolution Has Come' - On The Oakland Black Panthers, Gender Politics, Internationalism, and Repression

Millennials Are Killing Capitalism

In this episode, we interview Robyn Spencer. Robyn Spencer is the author of The Revolution Has Come: Black Power, Gender, and The Black Panther Party In Oakland. Spencer is an Associate Professor of History at Lehman College. Our conversation is centered around Spencer’s organizational history of the Oakland chapter of the Black Panther Party. She discusses their struggles to tackle issues of patriarchy, the repression they faced and their internationalism.

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"Community Is An Intentional Act" - Hanif Abdurraqib

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In this episode we interview Hanif Abdurraqib. Hanif is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. Among other things, he is the best-selling and award winning author of Go Ahead In The Rain: Notes To A Tribe Called Quest, A Forture For Your Disaster, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us, and The Crown Ain’t Worth Much.

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"Give Away Your Home, Constantly" - Fred Moten and Stefano Harney Revisit The Undercommons In A Time of Pandemic And Rebellion (part 2)

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This is part 2 of our 2 part conversation with Stefano Harney and Fred Moten, Revisiting The Undercommons In A Time Of Pandemic And Rebellion. In this part of the conversation we focus on their conceptions of homelessness, Black study, the surround, policy and fugitive planning. Moten and Harney also get into a discussion of critiques and notions of sovereignty in Indigenous theory and Afro-pessimism. 

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"Wildcat The Totality" - Fred Moten And Stefano Harney Revisit The Undercommons In A Time Of Pandemic And Rebellion (Part 1)

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This is part one of a two-part conversation with Fred Moten and Stefano Harney. 

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The Myth And Propaganda Of Black Buying Power With Jared Ball show art The Myth And Propaganda Of Black Buying Power With Jared Ball

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In this episode we interview Morgan State University and Media Studies Scholar Jared Ball. Ball is the creator of IMIXWHATILIKE.org and the author of I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto. He is also the co-editor of A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X.

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Cedric Robinson, the Black Radical Tradition and Racial Regimes with Joshua Myers show art Cedric Robinson, the Black Radical Tradition and Racial Regimes with Joshua Myers

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Joshua M. Myers is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Howard University. He is the author of We Are Worth Fighting For: A History of the Howard University Student Protest of 1989, which came out in 2019 on NYU Press. Among his current projects, the book Cedric Robinson: Black Radicalism Beyond The Order of Time. 

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"An Undying Love For The People" - Jamal Joseph On The Black Panther Party's Open Letter To Black Artists

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In this episode we talk to Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army Veteran Jamal Joseph. We discuss the new “Open Letter from Original Black Panther Party Members to Black (Hip-Hop) Artists Who Have an Interest in Our Community.” We talk about the Panthers’ desire to engage celebrities and hip hop artists in political discussion about how to use their resources to effectively support a program for Black Liberation.

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#8ToAbolition featuring Nnennaya Amuchie, Rachel Kuo, Eli, Micah Herskind and Reina Sultan show art #8ToAbolition featuring Nnennaya Amuchie, Rachel Kuo, Eli, Micah Herskind and Reina Sultan

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In this episode we speak to five of the creators and authors of 8 To Abolition. Which is an abolitionist response to the police preservationist platform 8 Can’t Wait. Since launching 8 to Abolition has become a viral phenomenon and served along with the popular demands of Defunding Police and Defending Black Life to serve as a key conversation piece and political framework for community-based discussions around police violence and police abolition.

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We Want Freedom: Abolition In Philly and Beyond with Robert Saleem Holbrook and Megan Malachi show art We Want Freedom: Abolition In Philly and Beyond with Robert Saleem Holbrook and Megan Malachi

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In this episode we talk to Robert Saleem Holbrook and Megan Malachi about the abolitionist demands of the Philly Black Radical Collective that have arisen from the mass protests in the wake of the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police.

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#FreeThemAll Friday - Illegal Police Repression In New Mexico with Selinda Guerrero show art #FreeThemAll Friday - Illegal Police Repression In New Mexico with Selinda Guerrero

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Aaron Dixon, former Captain of the Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther Party held this interview with organizers Selinda Guerrero. Selinda leads the New Mexico chapter of Millions for Prisoners,  a national movement to abolish the loophole in the 13th amendment that allows for the continuation of slavery through the criminal justice system.

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In this episode we interview Ju-Hyun Park, author of the piece "Reading Colonialism In Parasite." We talk to them about their piece, and Ju-Hyun provides a ton of great context and background information for the film (spoilers!), but also a powerful reading of the film itself. We end with a couple of questions relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Ju-Hyun Park is a writer of the Korean diaspora and a member of Nodutdol for Korean Community Development. Their work has appeared or is forthcoming in Public Radio International, The Fader, Out of Print and the Evergreen Review. They live in Lenape land called Brooklyn, New York.