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Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air 7.5.13

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Black Whole Radio

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Hosted By:

Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


Aisha Karefa-Smart, The High Priestness of Black Whole

"Should Orange REALLY be the New Black?: The Troublesome Representation of Women of Color in today's Media"


Tracyann Williams, cultural studies and gender studies faculty member and Director of Academic Advising, The New School for Public Engagement

Vanessa Martinez, blogger, film critic, Shadow and Act

Ka' Ramuu Kush, Filmmaker, "And Then..."

Tanisha Christie, filmmaker, "Walk With Me"


Marlaina Martin is a doctoral student in the Cultural Anthropology program at Rutgers University. Her fields of interest include media and new media studies, critical race theory, feminist studies, and body and embodiment studies. Her current research focuses on black women filmmakers' experiences in production and distribution