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9: Rewind 1921 Lovecraft Country Radio

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In this episode of Lovecraft Country Radio, hosts Ashley C. Ford and Shannon Houston discuss Episode 9: "Rewind 1921." The hosts follow the characters as they unpack generational trauma while traveling through space and time. They also sit down with Aunjanue Ellis, the actress who plays Hippolyta, to discuss her character's journey this season.
This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.
Recommendations:
The Burning: Massacre, Destruction and the Tulsa Race Riot by Tim Madigan
“The E-Snuff of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile” by Courtney Baker
“American Horror Story” by Ezekiel Kweku
Sonia Sanchez, “Catch the Fire”
"Searching for Sarah Rector: The Richest Black Girl in America" by Tonya Bolden
"Flyin’ West" by Pearl Cleage
"Mamas Baby Papas Maybe" by Hortense Spillers,
"Reading Black, Reading Feminist," which is an iconic anthology of essays with works from Spillers, Hazel Carby, Zora Neale Hurston, Bell Hooks, and so many more.
Research: J.B. Stratford (of the Stratford hotel)
Research: Olivia Hooker, the last survivor of the Tulsa massacre, who passed away in 2018
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In this episode of Lovecraft Country Radio, hosts Ashley C. Ford and Shannon Houston discuss Episode 9: "Rewind 1921." The hosts follow the characters as they unpack generational trauma while traveling through space and time. They also sit down with Aunjanue Ellis, the actress who plays Hippolyta, to discuss her character's journey this season.
This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.
Recommendations:
The Burning: Massacre, Destruction and the Tulsa Race Riot by Tim Madigan
“The E-Snuff of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile” by Courtney Baker
“American Horror Story” by Ezekiel Kweku
Sonia Sanchez, “Catch the Fire”
"Searching for Sarah Rector: The Richest Black Girl in America" by Tonya Bolden
"Flyin’ West" by Pearl Cleage
"Mamas Baby Papas Maybe" by Hortense Spillers,
"Reading Black, Reading Feminist," which is an iconic anthology of essays with works from Spillers, Hazel Carby, Zora Neale Hurston, Bell Hooks, and so many more.
Research: J.B. Stratford (of the Stratford hotel)
Research: Olivia Hooker, the last survivor of the Tulsa massacre, who passed away in 2018
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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