In this episode, Hettie V. Williams discusses race, masculinity, Black men, and policing with Dr. Karanja Keita Carroll. Williams is Associate Professor of African American history at Monmouth University and Carroll is a Lecturer in Black and Latinx Studies at as a member of the Department of Black & Latinx Studies at Baruch College (CUNY). Carroll’s teaching and research interests revolve around African-centered theory and methodology with an emphasis on social and psychological theory. He is also an activist and advocate of Prison Education having taught at various facilities including SCI-Chester, Shawangunk (NYSDOC), Sullivan (NYDOC) and Brookwood Secure Center (NYSDJJOY). His writings have appeared in multiple outlets including in the Journal of Pan African Studies, Western Journal of Black Studies, and the Journal of the International Society of Teacher Education. Carroll discusses the recent events in Memphis, Tennessee from both a personal and academic perspective in this episode.
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