Posted on · Guest host, Dr. Melayne Price, chats with 'The Dirty South' exhibit’s curator, Valerie Cassel Oliver, as well as Houston artists Nathaniel Donnett and Mel Chin about what happens when contemporary art merges with the roots of Southern hip-hop culture.
Posted on · University of Kentucky Law professor Dr. Melynda Price speaks candidly with guest host and twin, Dr. Melanye Price, about TV during the pandemic. TV Critic Jeff Yang discusses the diversifying of streaming service content.
Posted on · Top Chef finalist, Dawn Burrell, Restaurateur Marcus Davis and the third-generation owner of "This is It Soul Food", Craig Joseph discuss black food pathways and what should be on your menu this Thanksgiving.
Posted on · The Vanderslice family, who are the descendants of the former Alta Vista Plantation that is now Prairie View A & M University, speak candidly about the hard truths of the past and their partnership with the Historically Black College.
Posted on · Co-Founders of the Crunk Feminist Collective and authors of the newly released book, "Feminist AF: A Guide to Crushing Girlhood", Drs. Brittney Cooper and Susana Morris discuss growing up feminist.
Posted on · It's Historically Black College and University homecoming season! Director of the Texas Southern University Ocean of Soul marching band, Brian Simmons, and Director of the Prairie View A & M University Marching Storm share HBCU homecoming traditions and what happens when the band hits the field.
Posted on · How can Texas' largest minority groups translate their increasing numbers into greater political power? Former Harris County Clerk, Chris Hollins, and Secretary Julián Castro candidly discuss minority coalition building.
Posted on · What happens when hip-hop stars age? Award-winning artist and member of the rap duo UGK, Bun B., and hip-hop historian, Maco Faniel, candidly discuss aging in hip-hop.
Posted on · What do neighborhoods teach us about race? Guest host Dr. Melanye Price explores the streets of Houston with Director of the Sankofa Research Institute Dr. Assata Richards and former Director of the Mayor's Office of Education Juliet Stipeche.