Posts by Amiri Tulloch



This is the first of 3 pieces I'm sharing from my personal English class blog.

Standing Rock in America’s Tradition of Indigenous Suppression

Standing Rock in America’s Tradition of Indigenous Suppression

The disregard of indigenous land is an American reality. I cover this country's imperialistic relationship with the Native American community and show the importance of Standing Rock's current position.


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The Black Role in Literature (feat. Writer Camryn Garrett)

Camryn Garrett -- a teenage author, filmmaker, and creator -- joined me to talk about the way Black people participate and are portrayed in modern literature and writing.


#NoDakotaAccessPipeline (feat. Activist Nolan Hack)

I talk with Nolan Hack, a Black activist. Nolan and I discuss why Native Americans are staunchly opposing construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. He explains why efforts to protect Native land and lives are so important today.


A Podcast Hub for People of Color (feat. Berry)

On today's podcast, I am joined by Berry. She formed Podcasts In Color in 2015, which is an online directory that compiles podcasts created by people of color. We talk about the importance of Podcasts in Color and more.


The Importance of Kemba’s “Negus” (feat. Kemba)

I'm joined by Kemba, a rapper from NYC that just released album "Negus." In the masterpiece of an album, Kemba shares his perspective of life as a young Black male in America. We talk about his creations, the music scene, society today as black men, and much more.


DNC Week in the Streets of Philly: Day 2 Account

I explain why I must actively participate in the fight for Black liberation and why I can not separate myself from the fight to value my life and my community.


DNC Week in the Streets of Philly: Day 1 Account

I'm in Philly for three days to experience DNC Week. Here's my recap of the Monday, which I spent marching and having fun in the streets of Philadelphia.

Members of Baltimore's police department. (Photo: John Taggart, EPA)

The Realities of Policing in America (feat. Sgt. De Lacy Davis)

De Lacy Davis, a retired police sergeant, joins me to share his personal perspectives on policing in America and joins me to discuss his illuminating experiences with the system after spending 20 years as a New Jersey officer.