400 Years Since First Slave Ships Came to America; Woody's Order

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Four hundred years ago this week, the first ship carrying enslaved Africans landed in Virginia, the slaves sold to colonists. The New York Times Magazine, in its 1619 project, aims to reshape our conversation about our country's founding and prompt honest conversation about the lingering effects of slavery. We'll talk with writer and editor Jazmine Hughes and invite you to engage in conversation on The Sound of Ideas. 

 

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1619 Project

Afterlives of the Black Atlantic

 

Guests: 

-Jazmine Hughes, Writer and Editor, The New York Times Magazine 

-Dr. Tamika Nunley, PhD, Assistant Professor of History and Comparative American Studies, Oberlin College 

-Dr. Andrea Gyorody, PhD, Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College

-Ann Talman, Writer and Actress, “Woody's Order” 

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