WBL's Alternative Winter Break series features conversations with people working in the creative sector. This episode features hip-hop journalists / authors Davey D & Jeff Chang. Follow us on Instagram @wordsbeatsandlife
Library Rap: Jeff Chang and Dave “Davey D” Cook - Can’t Stop Won’t Stop
Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
Jeff Chang and Dave “Davey D” Cook are hip hop history. Their new book “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop (Young Adult Edition) has just hit the stores. This week they join Tim on Library Rap to tell the story of hip hop culture, how it intersects with cultures in different regions of the world and the political and social movements that thrive because of hip hop. The two also break down how hip hop has used technology to disintegrate barriers, the creation of hip hop journalism, the importance of being true to the culture and how the story of hip hop is very much the story if the immigrant and his/her importance to the story of America. And that’s just the start. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
#35: Combating Physician Burnout With Machine Learning w/ Rad AI Co-Founder, Dr. Jeff Chang
***If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really helps us get the word out about the show.For more thoughts about physician independence and autonomy, visit us at:sycamoredocs.comtwitter.com/sycamoredocsyoutube.com/sycamoredocsfacebook.com/sycamoredocsinstagram.com/sycamoredocsCredits:Theme Music - White Waves by Shearwater
When Art Becomes Ethnicity, an Interview with Jeff Chang
Invisible Blackness with Adrian Younge
Shannon’s guest this week on the Bruce Lee Podcast has too many accolades, titles and projects to name them all, but we’ll start by describing him as author, historian, music critic, activist, journalist, academic, record label director, and social justice warrior, Jeff Chang! Jeff is the author of a number of award winning books on the subjects of hip hop and race in America, which include Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip Hop Generation, We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation, Who We Be: The Colorization of America, and Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip Hop. Jeff has won the American Book Award and the Asian American Literary Award as well as being named to the Frederick Douglass 200 list of 200 living individuals who best embody the work and spirit of Douglass and he has been a finalist for the NAACP Image Award. He was the Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts + Committee on Black Performing Arts at Stanford University and now is the vice president of Narrative, Arts, and Culture at Race Forward. We told you the list was long. Born and raised in Honolulu Hawaii, Jeff proudly claims the titles of writer and social justice warrior as you’ll hear. He is also working on a book about Bruce Lee right now and he is launching a series of 14 videos on Black and Asian Solidarity starting May 19th (Malcom X and Yuri Kochiyama’s birthday) with The Asian American Foundation so please check those out and help spread the message of solidarity and love! Jeff is a gentleman and a scholar and a genuine soul that Shannon can’t believe she gets to call her friend. Listen in as they talk about his dad, Shannon’s dad, what it means to be a warrior and Jeff’s Hawaiian name on this episode of the Bruce Lee podcast with Jeff Chang! Find this episode's show notes and other episodes on Brucelee.com/Podcast
Can't Stop Won't Stop pt. 1: Jeff Chang + Davey D Cook
Part 1 of 2. There's so much good stuff in this interview we had to split it into two parts.Jeff Chang and Davey D have written the definitive hip hop history. They should know.They're both hip hop journalists, and DJs, and political activists, and college professors.Dave has been tearing the Bay Area airwaves and the internets since like forever. As we discuss, his charts and playlists played a big role in spreading the knowledge of underground hip hop around the world.Jeff was a founder of the SoleSides Crew responsible for bringing us artists like DJ Shadow and Lyrics Born and helped Josh get his first job out of college. So there's that.Our interview tracks the development of their careers along parallel paths before converging on the re-imagining of Jeff's book — originally published in 2005 — for young adults. They may have cleaned up some of the language, and also added some pivotal stories from hip hop's evolution from then until the present day. In particular, the new version expands on women's role in hip hop as well as how the culture has spread to literally every corner on earth.We also uncover some things they learned through the writing process, and how they leaned on each other to produce a product that's truly inspiring.Make sure you pick up a copy at https://cantstopwontstop.comCheck out some other links mentioned in the show and learn about the authors here:https://www.instagram.com/rockyrivera/http://jeffchang.nethttp://daveyd.com
Episode 165- Old Adult Edition with guests Jeff Chang and Davey D
Dad Bod Rap Pod
We are joined this week by authors, historians and galactic level hip-hop heads Jeff Chang and Dave "Davey D" Cook to discuss their new book Can't Stop Won't Stop (Young Adult Edition): A Hip-Hop History. Nate, Dave and Demone are all huge fans of the original edition of Can't Stop Won't Stop, and consider it to be the best book about hip-hop ever written. Here we chop it up with Jeff and Davey D about the new edition, the state of the culture, and some of the figures covered in the book. We also read some listener tweets about whether or not rap fans have a responsibility to engage with the broader hip-hop culture beyond the music. DBRP is a proud part of the Stony Island Audio podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Examining narratives about anti-Asian attacks with Jeff Chang
Violence against Asian-Americans has sparked discussions about the racist policies, animus and attacks that have been part of US history for a long time, from exclusionary and segregationist policies to harmful myths and stereotypes about Asian people. Author Jeff Chang has written extensively about this history, and politics and race in America, and unpacks the ways in which white supremacy influences narratives about recent anti-Asian violence.
On each Tuesday of this month, in celebration of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander voices, we are revisiting conversations from our archives that feature AAPI writers, thinkers, artists, and healers. Today we are revisiting an episode recorded in October 2016 featuring author and hip hop journalist Jeff Chang in conversation with novelist and poet Adam Mansbach on the cultural history—and future—of race in America.Because CIIS' history and identity is indebted to the wisdom traditions of Asian cultures, we are particularly called upon to stand in solidarity with the AAPI community. We share in the feelings of helplessness and grief of this moment, and there is nothing that we can say or do that will change the loss of life or the historical legacy of anti-Asian violence in the United States.We hope that in hearing these episodes—again or for the first time—listeners are provided opportunities for connection and healing.This episode contains explicit language. A transcript is available at ciispod.com.
Vibe Check #50: JEFF CHANG & FAVIANNA RODRIGUEZ DISCUSS THE STEPS TO RACIAL RECONCILIATION
This week's episode welcomes guests Jeff Chang and Favianna Rodriguez of the Cultural New Deal. The organization serves as a call for each of us to transform our personal, institutional, and global thinking in the pursuit of cultural and racial justice.Before diving into the meat and potatoes of the conversation, Jeff and Favianna provide us with some additional background on the Cultural New Deal. Talk then shifts to the artists and culture bearers of color, whose voices have been excluded from the arts and culture sector in the United States.As the Cultural New Deal aims to revitalize arts and culture in the US, and center the voices of those previously unheard, the organization is providing steps on how to work towards racial reconciliation. This begins by thinking locally and giving people the tools to organize.Throughout the episode, you will find out how to get involved with the Cultural New Deal and hear more on regaining communities by both organizing and promoting people of color. Press play above for valuable insights from Jeff and Favianna, and be sure to visit culturalnewdeal.com and culturalpower.org for more.