2017 Trinity Distinguished Lecture
My Mother Gave Me This Big-Ass Name: A Black Scholar in the Mix
Educating Hip Hop: 9th Wonder
Talib Kweli and 9th Wonder: In Conversation
Dancing the African Diaspora: Embodying the AfroFuture 2016
‘How Does ‘Linked Fate’Influence the African American Vote?
‘Will the GOP Ever Win the Latinx/Hispanic Vote Again?’
‘Trump is the Frankenstein the Republican Party Created’
The 2016 Election in Black and Brown
WATCH: Capital Tonight: Minority Voters and the U.S. Election
A look at the impact of the minority vote on the election featuring Prof. Kerry Haynie.
In 2009 Newark mayor Cory Booker visited Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy to lecture on political leadership and social justice in the wake of the election of President Obama. Here, Prof. Haynie interviews Booker for the Rutherford Living History program, an initiative that documents conversations with American and world leaders who have been part of historic events.
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Professor Kerry Haynie joins a panel convened by local news station WRAL the day after the close of the convention to discuss the highlights and impact of Trump’s speech.
“He missed an opportunity to introduce another side of himself” and broaden his base, Haynie said. “It twas a very white audience… the whitest Republican National Convention in recent memory.”
Mark Anthony Neal appeared in UNC-TV’s Black Issues Forum to discuss race, ethnicity and identity with Dr. Candis Watts Smith of UNC-Chapel Hill, and Samone Oates-Bullock, a public policy graduate student, also at UNC-Chapel-Hill.
Mark Anthony Neal shares his insights on using culture to reach today’s students, and his vision of tomorrow’s classroom.
Formation(s): Black Women+Politics+Desire
A panel of female scholars discuss gender and sexuality politics in contemporary popular music and culture.
Kerry Haynie: From Taking Directions to Setting Directions
Civil Rights | Closing Remarks
The Present and Future of Civil Rights Movements: Race and Reform in 21st Century America