Jeneé Darden interviews Jeanne Theoharis about her most recent book, "A More Beautiful and Terrible History ."
Jeneé Darden is an award-winning journalist, public speaker, mental health advocate, and proud Oakland native. She has reported for NPR, Time, Ebony, the Los Angeles Times, KPCC, KALW, and other outlets. Jeneé covers issues related to women, race, and wellness on her website and podcast Cocoa Fly. Currently, she is pitching a book about Black sexuality. Visit CocoaFly.com to read her research series Under the Covers: The Popularity and Debate Over Black Erotic Literature.
Jeneé Darden talks to Gaye Theresa Johnson about her new anthology, "Futures of Black Radicalism," co-edited with Alex Lubin.
Jeneé Darden on the harrowing love between mother and son in Trevor Noah's "Born a Crime."