Below are links to some of my interviews from over the years. They include discussions of my first book, Fear of a “Black” America, as well as some insights into what would become my memoir, Boy @ The Window. Race and racism, masculinity and intersectionality, poverty, education, and college access and retention, Black identity and Blackness are among the issues I’ve talked about in these clips.
Pacifica Radio Washington, DC Interview (2005)
Pacifica Radio Washington, DC, Second Interview
Sparemin Podcast Interview (“The West’s Obsession With Itself”)**serious audio quality issues with podcast app recording, some of the interviewers questions. And I misspoke about Sidney Blumenthal and American Exceptionalism (he’s the author of the term “indispensable nation,” not American exceptionalism).
The Heat Panel (“The Future of Western Dominance”)
CGTN America, July 31, 2017.
Humanity in the Headlines Interview, IntellectualRadio.com/iHeart Radio, August 26, 2017.
Also on YouTube at https://youtu.be/lnxF_n8Qa50?t=28m31s (my interview starts at the 28:31 mark).
Black Dolls Project FotoTalk DC (“Produce Justice, Defeat Racism”)
Anacostia Arts Center, Washington, DC, November 18, 2017.
https://www.facebook.com/keita.stephenson/videos/10154976699361752 and http://blackdolls.net/fr/fototalk-conference-debat-avec-ethelbert-miller-et-donald-e-collins/
Community Watch and Comment with David Whettstone (“Pushing Back on Systemic Racism [and Narcissism]”), WPFW-FM, 89.3, Washington DC, Wednesday, July 11, 2018. WPFW Interview David Whettstone.SystemicRacism.07112018
The Signal Podcast with Stephen Smiley (“Is America Permanently Broken?”), ABC (Australia), Monday, June 1, 2020. TheSignalPodcast.ABCAustralia.2020-06-01-episode526-george-floyd-protests
“Whitewashing of Education” Panel Discussion and Interview with Rev. Phillip Davis, Courageous Conversations, PBS 39, WLVT-TV, Bethlehem, PA, Sunday, August 16, 2020. https://www.wlvt.org/television/courageous-conversations/
“Playing With A Purpose: Athletes Protest Against Racial Injustice” Panel Discussion with Kojo Nmandi, The Kojo Nmandi Show, WAMU-FM, 88.5, Washington DC, Wednesday, September 9, 2020. kojo-nnamdi-show.playing-with-a-purpose.athletes-protest-against-racial-injustice.k1200909-1.mp3