Harlem rapper Charles Hamilton, who at 21 years old had a $1 million distribution record deal with Interscope in 2008, opens all the way up about his rise and fall in music and the industry, his sexual abuse as a child, the disconnect within hi
Asst. Professor Paul Steinbeck of Washington University in St. Louis recently released his book "Message to Our Folks: The Art Ensemble of Chicago" that details how young black kids from the South Side became worldwide.
Tre’vell Anderson is a film reporter with the Los Angeles Times and he covers the intersections of diversity and Hollywood, with a focus on black and queer cinema. This episode he raves about "the best movie of the year."
Ball is life for Head Coach Ron Hunter of Georgia State University Men's Basketball team, as he led the 14th-ranked mid-major to NCAA tournament glory in 2015 as his son R.J. (a 1st round draft pick of the Boston Celtics that year) hit a thrill
Titus created and hosts Off The T., which is dedicated to one man with one mic taking on all things. Special guest Tre'vell Anderson joins this podcast to discuss how race, privilege and attitude separate actors Nate Parker and Casey Affleck wh
Baltimore Sun crime and courts reporter Justin Fenton and Harvard University doctoral candidate studying the connection between education and imprisonment Clint Smith III (author of the recently released book of poetry Counting Descent) join th
This episode of Off The T. (hosted by Titus) is a discussion about policing in diverse communities in the United States, the black experience in reality and on TV, as well as the shadiness of the music industry.
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