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1. Tears (feat. Louisa Johnson) (Cedric Gervais Remix)

Tears (feat. Louisa Johnson) (Cedric Gervais Remix)

Out now: http://smarturl.it/Tears.CGervaisRemix Watch the official video for 'Tears': smarturl.it/Tears.Video This is the @cedricgervais remix of oour new single 'Tears' featuring Louisa Johnson - out now. Follow us: Website: http://cleanbandit.co.uk/ Facebook: facebook.com/cleanbandit Twitter: twitter.com/cleanbandit Instagram: instagram.com/cleanbandit Soundcloud: @cleanbandit Spotify: www.atlre.co.uk/CleanBanditSpotify

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3. Ep. 15: The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

Ep. 15: The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, the topic of "race and class" has been widely debated amongst socialists and progressives. Joining me this week to build on this discussion is Cedric Johnson, Associate Professor of African American Studies at University of Illinois-Chicago. He has an article in the first issue of Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy called "The Panthers Can't Save us now: Anti-Policing Struggle & The Limits of Black Power." We discuss the current fad of romanticizing the Black Power moment, and highlight the limitations of this era in terms of forging a political strategy for today. Find out more about Catalyst here: https://jacobinmag.com/2017/05/announcing-catalyst Cedric's book, Revolutionaries to Race Leaders can be found here: https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/revolutionaries-to-race-leaders -------------------- Support the Dead Pundits Society on Patreon: www.patreon.com/deadpundits Twitter: @deadpundits Facebook: www.facebook.com/deadpundits

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4. [Classic DPS] Ep. 15: The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

[Classic DPS] Ep. 15: The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

My final installment of "Classic DPS" this week comes from Cedric Johnson. This was a great interview and it's an even greater essay, which has since been made available for free on the Catalyst website: https://catalyst-journal.com/vol1/no1/panthers-cant-save-us-cedric-johnson ------------------------------ In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, the topic of "race and class" has been widely debated amongst socialists and progressives. Joining me this week to build on this discussion is Cedric Johnson, Associate Professor of African American Studies at University of Illinois-Chicago. He has an article in the first issue of Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy called "The Panthers Can't Save us now: Anti-Policing Struggle & The Limits of Black Power." We discuss the current fad of romanticizing the Black Power moment, and highlight the limitations of this era in terms of forging a political strategy for today. Cedric's book, Revolutionaries to Race Leaders can be found here: www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/b…to-race-leaders -------------------- Support the Dead Pundits Society on Patreon: www.patreon.com/deadpundits Twitter: @deadpundits Facebook: www.facebook.com/deadpundits

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5. [Anti-Essentialism Series] Ep 2 - The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

[Anti-Essentialism Series] Ep 2 - The Panthers Can't Save Us Now w/ Cedric Johnson

We're currently in between Season 1 and Season 2, so we've decided to take the opportunity to reproduce the "Anti-Essentialism Series" from the summer of 2017 in a more linear and coherent fashion. Old and new listeners, alike, will benefit from this presentation that will unfold over the next week, which develops a critical analysis of the relationship between capitalism and the creation of marginalized identities (race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, etc.) Episode 2 will feature my interview with Cedric Johnson on the legacy of black power politics and its impact on our current struggles against racism. In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, the topic of "race and class" has been widely debated amongst socialists and progressives. Joining me this week to build on this discussion is Cedric Johnson, Associate Professor of African American Studies at the University of Illinois-Chicago. He has an article in the first issue of Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy called "The Panthers Can't Save us now: Anti-Policing Struggle & The Limits of Black Power." We discuss the current fad of romanticizing the Black Power moment and highlight the limitations of this era in terms of forging a political strategy for today. Find out more about Catalyst here: jacobinmag.com/2017/05/announcing-catalyst Cedric's book, Revolutionaries to Race Leaders can be found here: www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/b…to-race-leaders *** Support the new left agenda by joining the Dead Pundits Society on Patreon and get access to the full back catalog of B-Sides and subscriber-only content: www.patreon.com/deadpundits *** ----------------------- Twitter: @deadpundits Soundcloud: @deadpundits Facebook: www.facebook.com/deadpunditssociety iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1212081214 Patreon: www.patreon.com/deadpundits

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6. Im Not Him No MO

Im Not Him No MO

The Best In Gospel Hip-Hop Music.......Check It Out.

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8. No More

No More

Check Out My Niece LYRIC.......Just A Rough Draft, But She Go Hard...

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10. 600Benz Remix by Big Chop

600Benz Remix by Big Chop

LockDown Money Records Remix CD by Big Chop

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11. Its All For The Pain....by Big Chop ft. M. Fresh

Its All For The Pain....by Big Chop ft. M. Fresh

LockDown Money Records Its All For The Pain by Big Chop ft. M. Fresh

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13. Like My Ringtone -- Song by LockDown Money Records Rap With Us by Big Chop

Like My Ringtone -- Song by LockDown Money Records   Rap With Us  by Big Chop

LockDown Money Records Ringtone Track with Hook Only Please Put Your Verse and Pass On Fun Track!!! EVERYONE

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14. Hatin by Big Chop

Hatin by Big Chop

LockDown Money Records Remix by Big Chop

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15. Money by Big Chop

Money by Big Chop

LockDown Money Records Remix by Big Chop

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16. Shawty Making Money -- Song By Young Swamp

Shawty Making Money -- Song By Young Swamp

LockDown Money Records Young Swamp

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20. my buddy Floyd.wav

my buddy Floyd.wav

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