African American men drive fashion trends on a global scale. We'll talk about the ways style has historically intersected with music, politics, cultural expression, and ideas about masculinity.
Hosted by WNYC's Arun Venugopal and journalist Jenna Flanagan, guests include: music executive Hollis King, who is currently engaged in a street photography project in Harlem; the legendary Dapper Dan of Harlem and CNN Commentator, Writer, and Editorial Manager BET Networks Michaela Angela Davis.
Watch live at 7pm and follow the conversation using #Micropolis
Watch: A Brief History of Black Men's Fashion:
Other upcoming Micropolis Live: Race and Culture in New York events:
- Tuesday, April 14: Eat With Your Hands!
- Thursday, May 14: Race, Poverty, Policy
- Wednesday, May 27: Funny or Racist?
- Tuesday, June 16: Off Whiteness
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