gOD-Talk 2.0: Hip-Hop & #BlackFaith is the seventh episode of the award-winning web series. In collaboration with the release of the Smithsonian Anthology of Hip Hop and Rap, this conversation explores the relationship between hip-hop music and culture and Black expressions of faith and spirituality. This conversation is presented by the Center for the Study of African American Religious Life (CSAARL) at the National Museum of African American History & Culture in association with the Pew Research Center.
- Big Freedia, hip-hop artist, author, and reality tv star
- Neelam Hakeem, hip-hop artist
- Sa-Roc, hip-hop artist
- Dee-1, hip-hop artist, educator, and podcaster
- Brandan “BMike” Odums, visual artist, filmmaker, and creator of Studio Be
- Emmett Price III, Ph.D., author, educator, and minister
- Dwandalyn Reece, Ph.D., assoc. director for curatorial affairs at NMAAHC and co-curator of the Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap.
- Reverend Michael Wortham, minister, educator, and activist
- Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, Ph.D., scholar, artist, and author
- Erika Gault, Ph.D., scholar, author, and minister
- Besheer Mohamed, Ph.D., senior researcher at Pew Research Center
- Teddy Reeves, Ph.D., curator of religion at NMAAHC (Host)
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