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Afro State of Mind Radio by Lurie Daniel Favors provides a critical analysis of issues and current events impacting the Black community. Lurie is a speaker, attorney & the author of Afro State of Mind: Memories of a Nappy Headed Black Girl, a story that uses one girl's experience with hair and colorism to explore race, history and identity.
This week Lurie speaks with award winning documentary filmmaker, published writer, anti-sexist activist and lecturer Byron Hurt about the media's impact on notions Black masculinity, Renisha McBride, respectability politics and hazing. Tun in Sunday at 10 am for a powerful conversation.
Join us as we launch our new show "the Indie" with Byron Hurt, writer and director of the winning film "Soul Food Junkies" that will air on PBS the same night. Byron Hurt explores the health advantages and disadvantages of Soul Food, a quintessential American cuisine. Soul food will also be used as the lens to investigate the dark side of the food industry and the growing food justice movement that has been born in its wake. We will talk to him live on the phone, then follow up with a discussion with in studio guests who are having their own transformative experiences involving food and health. Looking forward to this show! http://www.bhurt.com/soulfoodjunkies.php
Byron Hurt is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, writer, and anti-sexist activist. Hurt is also the former host of the Emmy-nominated series, "REEL WORKS with BYRON HURT." His documentary, Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and broadcast nationally on PBS’ Emmy-award winning series Independent Lens.
Byron's latest film, Soul Food Junkies, won the CNN Best Documentary Award at the American Black Film Festival and Best Documentary at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City. Soul Food Junkies aired nationally on PBS’ Emmy-Award winning series Independent Lens in January and April 2013.
A member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, Hurt’s next film is called Hazing: How Badly Do You Want In? Teaser video: http://vimeo.com/95424400
Byron Hurt is the New York-based producer of the award-winning documentary and underground classic I Am A Man: Black Masculinity in America and Moving Memories: The Black Senior Video Yearbook. Hurt is a former Northeastern University football star and long-time gender violence prevention educator. For more than five years, he was the associate director and founding member of the Mentors in Violence Prevention program, the leading college-based rape and domestic violence prevention initiative for professional athletics. He is also the former associate director of the first gender violence prevention program in the United States Marine Corps.
Byron has lectured at more than 100 college campuses and trained thousands of young men and women on issues related to gender, race, sex, violence, music, and visual media. http://www.bhurt.com
Byron Hurt’s recent film, Soul Food Junkies explores the history and social significance of soul food to black cultural identity and its effect on African American health, good and bad. Soul Food Junkies premiered on the Independent Lens in January 2013. http://www.itvs.org/video/soul-food-junkies-trailer
Byron is currently working on Hazing: How Badly Do You Want In? documentary film. Hazing is the practice of rituals and other activities involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group.
It's a powerful hour on Conversations LIVE hosted by Cyrus Webb. At the top of the show Webb talks with Allen Kleinabout his new book MOM'S THE WORD. Then at 15 min. past the hour John Siers discusses his book THE MOON AND BEYOND. Finally at 30 min. past the hour Webb talks with filmmaker Byron Hurt about his career and new project SOUL FOOD JUNKIES.
Tune in to hear award-winning documentary filmmaker Byron Hurt talk about his love of making films, how he got started, and and why he explores the topics that he does. His break-through film, Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, remains a widely screened classic. His highly anticipated new film, Soul Food Junkies, is on track to be just as groundbreaking. This episode of Art and Activism on the Air promises to be both inspiring and insightful for lovers of film and lovers of truth-telling.
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There has been many discussions about whether or not integration helped or hurt Blacks. There are many compelling arguments on both sides of this discussion. I'd like to open up the dialogue for different perspectives. Do you want your kids in an all Black/White school system? Do you think integration was a tactic from Caucasains to benefit them? Were Blacks better or worse, OVERALL, when we were segregated?
When having this discussing, there are often two recurring points that are made. When people speak about the Pros, they often point out: Better job and educational opportunities. When they speak about the Cons, they often point out the lost of Black family unity. Which side are you on?
Where does spirituality and technology intersect? Does technology help or hurt our connection to spirit? How do we balance this all out?
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