Hour One – “After the Emancipation Proclamation”


Dr. Arnetha Ball

Dr. Robin D.G. Kelley

Allyson Hobbs

Dr. Allyson Hobbs

Ralph Richard Banks

Dr. Na’ilah Nasir

“After the Emancipation Proclamation” is a conversation on the current state of Black America recorded last summer before an audience at Stanford University to mark the 150th anniversary of the historic document.

The panel members were Dr. Arnetha Ball, professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education and director of African & African American Studies; Ralph Richard Banks, professor at Stanford Law School; Dr. Robin D.G. Kelley, author and professor of history at UCLA; Dr. Na’ilah Nasir, chair of African American Studies and associate professor of education at UC Berkeley; and Dr. Allyson Hobbs, an assistant professor of history at Stanford.