On this episode of grounded, hosts Chris Stedman and Onyeka Obiocha welcome poet and writer Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, whose book THE CROWN AIN'T WORTH MUCH will be released through Button Poetry on June 21, 2016. The three discuss Willis-Abdurraqib's literary and musical influences, his inner circle of current poets, writers, and artists, and how he wins at Twitter, where you can follow him at @NifMuhammad.
Chris Stedman and Onyeka Obiocha bring on Camelle Scott-Mujahid to talk about being an activist -- and taking care of yourself in the process.
On this month's episode of "Grounded," co-hosts Chris Stedman and Onyeka Obiocha speak to author Katie Heaney about her new book, "Dear Emma," and career as a writer and editor at BuzzFeed.
On this inaugural episode of "Grounded," hosts Chris Stedman and Onyeka Obiocha speak with writer and producer Dylan Marron about his effort to bring attention to -isms in pop culture and media.
Artist, writer, activist, and Africa Salon curator Ifeanyi Awachie comes on the show to talk about African art and music, and her Literary Happy Hour program.
On this episode hosts Chris Stedman and Ony Obiocha talk to Patrick Comerford, community organizer and advocate for queer youth at Planned Parenthood of Southern New England (PPSNE).
On this episode, hosts Onyeka Obiocha and Chris Stedman welcome Dhrupad Nag of CT Working Families to talk about his fledgling career in politics, why Working Families was the right step for him, and how people can get involved on the state and local levels during and after election season.
On this episode, hosts Chris Stedman and Ony Obiocha welcome Susan Campbell, distinguished lecturer in the department of Communication, Film and Media Studies at University of New Haven.