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The Clark Street Project
17 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Revisiting Tulsa: Shifting The Lens
As the nation comes to learn more about the events that took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921, that essentially destroyed a burgeoning Black community aptly known as Black Wall Street, this episode explores how storytellers are honoring the legacy of what was and reimagining what could be as Tulsa transforms in this new century.
18 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Black Twitter: Amplifying Diverse Black Voices
As we shifted into the 21st century, a new online platform emerged, Twitter. This episode takes a closer look at how it has been used as a tool to amplify diverse Black voices from academia to tech. Black people have created an eco-system known as Black Twitter that has allowed movements to be birthed and communities to be formed.
16 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
The Changing Face Of Journalism
With the creation of the Associated Negro Press, Claude Barnett harnessed the ability to share stories across the diaspora to hundreds of publications. As journalism shifts to more nontraditional mediums and opportunities, this episode highlights the many ways journalists are continuing to share important Black stories.
21 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Black Builders: The Digital Landscape in the 90s
At the genesis of getting Americans online, Net Noir and the Orlando Sentinel’s Black Voices emerged as leaders in the digital space where Blacks could connect and create community across the diaspora. This episode takes a closer look at the success of these earlier digital ventures in the 90s which led to the creation of AOL Black Voices. Go to https://theclarkstreetproject.com to learn more.
1 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
Welcome to The Clark Street Project
A narrative episodic podcast that details the evolution of Black business news and entrepreneurship coverage and the journalists who lead the charge. Welcome to The Clark Street Project, presented by The Plug. A different perspective on the Associated Negro Press.
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