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Saturday, April 28 • 5:45pm - 7:15pm
Soul Radicals

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  1. Rashod Ollison "Ain’t Nobody Feel for You: Black Girl Rebellion and the Voice of Chaka Khan"
  2. Alfred Soto "When I’m Bad, I’m Better: Angela Winbush’s Secular Salvation in Gospel and The Politics of the R&B Crossover"
  3. Camilo Hannibal Smith "Trans rap in Texas"
Moderator: Matt Sakakeeny

Speakers
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Rashod Ollison

Rashod Ollison is an award-winning culture critic and a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. He earned a BA in journalism and creative writing from the University of Arkansas and has been a staff critic for the Dallas Morning News, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Journal News in Westc... Read More →
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Matt Sakakeeny

Matt Sakakeeny is Associate Professor of Music at Tulane University. He is the author of Roll With It: Brass Bands in the Streets of New Orleans and co-editor of Keywords in Sound, both on Duke University Press. This year he will release his first solo album as The Lonely Birds... Read More →
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Camilo Hannibal Smith

Camilo Hannibal Smith is a culture writer who got his start contributing stories about hip-hop culture to publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Source magazine and The Smoking Section hip-hop website. He’s currently a freelancer based in Houston who frequently writes abo... Read More →
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Alfred Soto

Alfred Soto is an instructor of journalism, a media advisor at Florida InternationalUniversity, and freelance editor for SPIN. He was features editor of Stylus Magazine. His work has appeared in Billboard, The Village Voice, The Miami Herald, Rolling Stone, Slate, MTV, Pitchfork... Read More →


Saturday April 28, 2018 5:45pm - 7:15pm
JBL Theater MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

Attendees (10)