Archiving While Black
The Big Picture: Black Women Activists and the FBI
What Would King Do: Learning from King's Approach to Black Power
Black Women Radicals of the Past Offer the Best Hope for Our Future
McKinney Video: If You're a Black Girl In America Being Brutalized is Just Another Part of Growing up
Black Women Leaders, Then and Now
BAR Book Forum: Ashley Farmer’s Remaking Black Power
6 Books By Woke AF Black Women Authors You Need To Read
VBooks: Dr. Ashley Farmer Reshapes Views of Black Radicals In ’Remaking Black Power: How Black Women Transformed An Era’
What I’m Reading: An Interview with Historian Ashley D. Farmer
Black Power and Its Afterlives: A Conversation With Historian Ashley D. Farmer
Remaking Black Power: A New Book on Women and Black Power
Female Activists Behind the Black Power Movement
The Panthers' Revolutionary Feminism
Women Key In Shaping Black Panther Party
Feminism in Black and White (MEN, Part 4)
The struggles against sexism and racism come together in the bodies, and the lives, of black women. Co-hosts Celeste Headlee and John Biewen look at the intersections between male dominance and white supremacy in the United States, and the movements to overcome them, from the 1800s through the 2016 presidential election. Guests include scholars Glenda Gilmore, Ashley Farmer, and Danielle McGuire.
Intersectional Feminism: Representation In Saturday's Women's Marches
The Women's March on Washington is seen as a march for women's unity. But the often-fractious relationship between white feminists and women of color is giving rise to tensions.
Women and the work of building Black Power.
Historian Ashley D. Farmer examines the radical work of women in the Black Power movement - as a multigenerational effort to redefine and reclaim Blackness, and as a challenge to Eurocentric gender politics, imperialism and the supremacy of capital, within Black political movements, and across society at large.
Back Ways--Understanding Segregation in the Rural South
In honor of Black History Month, American Studies scholars, Seth Kotch and Kimber Thomas, discuss the project. Darius Scott and Betsy Olson, Geography scholars at UNC, talk about how oral history helps geographers map the rural South. Lastly, Historian Ashley Farmer gives advice on how to find back ways out of difficult moments during interviews.
Remaking Black Power: How Black Women Transformed an Era
Recent documentary treatments like The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 in 2011 and The Black Panthers: Vanguards of the Revolution in 2015 brought the Panthers into the households of a new generation. When combined with Beyonce’s 2016 Super Bowl halftime performance, the Black Power movement’s memory hit a high note upon its fiftieth anniversary.
The History Channel
10 Things You Don't Know About Civil Rights
Henry cracks open the books on one of America's most defining chapters--the Civil Rights movement. On a road not often traveled, he crosses the country in search of the unknown stories that built a generation of heroes.
Left of Black
Black Women's Movements for Black Power
Host Mark Anthony Neal sits down with Ashley Farmer to discuss her forthcoming book, "What You've Got is a Revolution: Black Women's Movements for Black Power". Dr. Farmer is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of History at Duke University.