#1635:  Cold Empathy for Nate Parker
Co-discussants Tanner Colby, Anna Holmes, and Baratunde Thurston are joined by writer Roxane Gay to tackle the many dimensions of the rape scandal surrounding The Birth of a Nation filmmaker Nate Parker, as well as Georgetown University’s initial steps to acknowledge the role of its legacy of slavery.

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Nate Parker's Past

Exclusive: Nate Parker on Campus Incident, Consent and Toxic Male Culture | EBONY

Why Nate Parker's College Rape Accusations Resurfacing Isn't Because Of Some Conspiracy, Explained | Very Smart Brothas

Nate Parker's 'Birth of a Nation' Sets Press Conference at Toronto Film Festival | Hollywood Reporter

Nate Parker controversy has a troubling contradiction. | Slate

Nate Parker's Past, His Present, And The Future of 'Birth Of A Nation': Episode 14 : Code Switch | NPR

More On Nate Parker And 'Birth Of A Nation': Code Switch | NPR

How Fox News Women Took Down Roger Ailes | New York Magazine

Birth of a Nation' actress Gabrielle Union: I cannot take Nate Parker rape allegations lightly | LA Times

Nate Parker Talks to Jawn Murray About The Birth of a Nation & Personal Backlash | YouTube

Nate Parker on College Rape Trial, 'Birth of a Nation' Scandal | Variety

Nate Parker Talks To Jawn Murray About The Birth of a Nation & His Interracial Marriage | YouTube

Georgetown University's Past

Report: Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation | Georgetown University

Georgetown's reparations are to be commended, but Catholics still owe black Americans more. | Slate

Admissions Preference Isn't Enough for the Descendants of Georgetown's Slaves | The Atlantic


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