Video and Audio Media
Grace Lee Boggs and "American Revolutionary" director Grace Lee were interviewed by Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC. Live broadcast from NBC Studios in NYC: November 16, 2013.
Grace was the featured guest on Tavis Smiley's PBS TV show, Friday, June 21, 2013. National broadcast on PBS.
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Listen to "Becoming Detroit", with Krista Tippett, as "On Being" radio program travels to Detroit, a city of vigor many of us haven't seen in the news. It's a place where neighbors are reimagining work, food, and the very meaning of humanity. Civil rights legend and 96-year-old philosopher Grace Lee Boggs is at the center of a community of passionate people who are recreating their corners of the world. To meet them is to gain perspective on all of our work and navigate the changes of our time. Jan. 19, 2012
Michael Hardt explains why Grace is "faster to the truth" than others. From the Out of the Margins: Asian American Movement Building Conference at the University of Michigan, March 25, 2011
Grace discusses The Next American Revolution in a 26-minute segment on the Smiley and West national radio show. Cornel West hailed Grace as “one of the great freedom fighters in the history of this nation.”
Grace and Scott discussed The Next American Revolution with the noted radio host and African American studies scholar, Michael Eric Dyson. Follow the link for the May 6, 2011 program.
Grace was interviewed by Celeste Headlee for The Takeaway national radio show's first "In My Experience" segment profiling exceptionally active elders. See and listen here: