Teaching Hard History Podcast: Ep 15 / Season 3
The history of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense can help us understand the transition from civil rights to Black Power and contemporary issues like mass incarceration. From the Ten-Point Platform to survival programs, historian Robyn C. Spencer outlines key aspects of the party’s revolutionary ideology, grassroots activism and community service. And historian Jakobi Williams joins to share valuable classroom insights.
- Curators from the Couch, Activist New York 7/10/20If They Come for Me in the Morning: What Will Be Different for U.S. Historians 10/3/18
- Guest host of Inside the Activist Studio Premiere and Conversation about White Supremacy featuring Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, author of Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment.
- Audio Interview with Black Agenda Report re: Mumia Abu Jamal’s book party for Have Black Lives Ever Mattered?
- Baltimore Book Festival September 2017
- View ASALH Luncheon Periscope Interview February 2017
- Livestream of Intersectional Black Panther Party Project presentation at the Schomburg Center for Research on Black Culture.
- Podcast Interview by New Books Network
- Black Agenda Report audio interview about Inside the Activist Studio, 38:50 – end.