(Formerly Gurus At Dawn) This podcast delves into the complex ideology of race in America. Step by step the creators and co-hosts, Wren and Allisa, hope to take you on a journey of deeper understanding. We will utilize books, scholarly journals, laws, and similar references to illustrate the depth of white supremacy in American culture. We believe the revolution starts with all of us, and is only just beginning.
Tea Party Part 2
As we wrap up the season, join Wren and Allisa in a full length Tea Time segment where they revisit some of their most fond memories of season one of Vanguard At Dawn!
Tea Party Part 1
In this episode, join Wren and Allisa in a full length Tea Time segment where they revisit some of their most fond memories of season one of Vanguard At Dawn!
The Patron Problem
Wrapping up our series on the Harlem Renaissance and the first season of Vanguard At Dawn, this week we are discussing white patrons and their influence and control over the artisans of this period.
“The Doomed Friendship that Helped Define African American Literature” interview with Yuval Taylor conducted by Jennifer Baker
“Zora Neale Hurston: Her Eyes Were Watching God” Lecture by Cheryl Wall
David A.- https://www.instagram.com/indaviduall/
Jazmin Anita- https://www.instagram.com/jvzmina/
Amandla Stenberg- https://www.instagram.com/amandlastenberg/?hl=en
News: Go Vote Please. Check out what's on your ballot here:
Jazz: If You Don't Feel It...
A discussion of the history of jazz, the Legacy of Jazz music, and how it encapsulates the spirit of the Harlem Renaissance, and celebrates black culture.
The History of Jazz by Ted Gioia, Second Edition
The Harlem Renaissance and American Music by Mike Oppenheim
Jay Manning (astarrypunk)- https://www.instagram.com/astarrypunk/
K Agbebiyi- https://linktr.ee/sheabutterfemme
News: Vote. That's it. Go vote please. https://ballotpedia.org/Main_Page
The People in the Pews
This week we discuss the importance of the black church during the Harlem Renaissance, the exclusion of black people from leadership positions in the Catholic Church, and how the black church became a cultural icon and safe haven within black communities.
Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance
The Crisis Magazine issue from January of 1920
Interview with Matthew Cressler by Emma Green from The Atlantic
Inspectornerd (Taylor S Goethe)- https://www.instagram.com/inspectornerd/
Jamie Margolin- https://twitter.com/Jamie_Margolin
*We have to address climate change now. This issue isn't going away and we have exceeded the amount of time the Earth has allotted us to fix this MAN MADE catastrophe.
News: The potential confirmation of Hon. Amy Coney Barrett onto the Supreme Court and the negative impact it would have on different marginalized communities.
Bars for the People
This week we continue our series on the Harlem Renaissance with Langston Hughes. He was a poet, activist, playwright and champion of the everyday people.
“Closing Time: Langston Hughes and the Queer Poetics of Harlem Nightlife” by Shane Vogel
Book: “The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes” edited by Arnold Rampersad
“The Negro Speaks of Rivers”
“A New Song”
Quetta McCaskill- https://www.instagram.com/sailor_qt_/
Melanie Faye- https://smarturl.it/MelanieFaye
Martese Johnson- https://twitter.com/martesejohnson_
News: The court transcripts for Breonna Taylor's trial have been released and Derek Chauvin has posted bail. When seeking justice we must use our loses to help ensure the safety of oppressed peoples in the future. Sometimes it's one step forward three steps back, but we have to keep fighting.