1619: What Troubles, What Remains?

1619: What Troubles, What Remains?

0096   |   November 04, 2019 1619: What Troubles, What Remains? http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/706040428-theamericanage-taa-0096.mp3 Even though the country’s racist history still troubles the present, there are reasons to look up. What can we take away from...
1619: Medical Apartheid

1619: Medical Apartheid

0095   |   October 28, 2019 1619: Medical Apartheid http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/701144692-theamericanage-1619-medical-apartheid.mp3 The history of racism in medical care is not surprising, but the impact it continues to have on contemporary medical treatments...
1619: Food, Sugar, and Race

1619: Food, Sugar, and Race

0094   |   October 21, 2019 1619: Food, Sugar, and Race http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/699550387-theamericanage-1619-food-sugar-and-race.mp3 The hosts talk about the history of food production in the United States and its connections to poverty, race, and slavery....
1619: Music, Blackface, and Performing Freedom

1619: Music, Blackface, and Performing Freedom

0093   |  Octobber 14, 2019 1619: Music, Blackface, and Performing Freedom http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/695636788-theamericanage-1619-music-blackface-and-performing-freedom.mp3 The hosts discuss the history of “performing blackness” in music, as well...
1619: Music as Cultural Appropriation

1619: Music as Cultural Appropriation

0092   |   October 07, 2019 1619: Music as Cultural Appropriation http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/691096204-theamericanage-1619-music-as-cultural-appropriation.mp3 The legacy of slavery is long, but should the criticism of it extend to musical appropriation? What...
1619: Beyond The New York Times Project

1619: Beyond The New York Times Project

0091   |   September 30, 2019 1619: Beyond The New York Times Project http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/687779368-theamericanage-1619-beyond-the-new-york-times-project.mp3 The hosts, along with new contributor Sarah Bond, discuss their impressions of the 1619...