We speak with scholar Rickey Vincent about the legacy of Kwame Ture also known as Stokely Carmichael. Later we visit the vault to uncover various talks featuring Kwame Ture. In the speech we hear Kwame talk about capitalism and how it adversely impacts Black people. he also addressed the issue of struggle and how we should define it as a community and uplift its virtues..
Rickey Vincent is an African American-author, historian, and radio host based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is best known as the author of Funk: The Music, the People and the Rhythm of The One (St. Martin’s Press 1996). Funk is considered one of the seminal guides to the history of the genre, winning the ASCAP Foundation Deems Taylor Award for Music Writing in 1997. http://www.rickeyvincent.com/.