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29. Black Men For Trump?: The Overdue Conversation on Patriarchy & Misogynoir in  Black Politics
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29. Black Men For Trump?: The Overdue Conversation on Patriarchy & Misogynoir in Black Politics

In this “barbershop edition” of Intersectionality Matters, which was recorded live on October 28th, Kimberlé is joined by a panel of activists, scholars, and writers to discuss, patriarchy, misogynoir, and why a small but meaningful minority of Black men, including prominent celebrities like 50 Cent and Ice Cube, are choosing to support President Trump this election. Led by AAPF Co-Founder Luke Charles Harris, this roundtable conversation explores what genuine self-love looks like for Black men, the relationship between racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia in the Black community, and how we can imagine different, more empowering futures for ourselves and our communities.

With:


WADE DAVIS - Former player and first LGBT inclusion consultant at the NFL

LUKE CHARLES HARRIS - Co-founder, African American Policy Forum; Associate Professor, Vassar College

KIESE LAYMON - Author of Heavy and Long Division; Professor, the University of Mississippi


MARLON PETERSON - Host of DEcarcerated Podcast; Author of Bird Uncaged: An Abolitionist’s Freedom Song (upcoming)

ALVIN STARKS - Director of the Equality Team, Open Society Foundations

Hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandylocks)


Produced by Julia Sharpe-Levine

Edited by Asal Ehsanipour, Rebecca Scheckman, and Julia Sharpe-Levine


Additional support provided by the African American Policy Forum


Music by Blue Dot Sessions


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