The Black and African Diaspora Forum United (BADFU) of Monmouth University launched its new weekly podcast, “This Week in Black History, Culture, and Society.” This podcast will feature BADFU members in conversation with scholars, activists, and individuals concerned with the Black/African American experience. Episode 1 is hosted by Nicole Pulliam, Ph.D., associate professor of educational counseling at Monmouth University, in conversation with Nicolle Parsons-Pollard, Ph.D., associate provost for faculty affairs at Georgia State University in Atlanta. This episode was produced by Nikita Burrows, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry at Monmouth University.
Each episode will be accessible via the University webpage and here.
Next week: Reparations as Restorative Justice Part I, a conversation with Guy Emerson Mount, Ph.D., assistant professor of history at Auburn University, and Caine Jordan and David A. Johnson, University of Chicago graduate students in history. This is a two-part series.