Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Video Out Now

Jan 29, 2016, 03:00 PM

Today, the video of Dave Zirin's interview with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is available on TheNation.com, EdgeOfSportsPodcast.com, and YouTube. You'll hear and see aspects of this experience that had to be cut out of the podcast.Short clip: https://youtu.be/hP5aTGcXMwgFull interview: https://youtu.be/9xtI8c0Dg8QIn honor of this release, we're bringing back our conversation with Kareem in its entirety. You can hear something new with every listen.3:11 “These Terrorist Attacks Are Not About Religion”http://ti.me/1x57Sgy10:13 “This is the difference between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders” http://wapo.st/1NY53ug10:59 “The Coming Race War Won’t Be About Race“http://ti.me/1mZr2Rc30:27 “College Athletes of the World, Unite”http://jacobinmag.com/2014/11/college-athletes-of-the-world-unite/33:53 “Mycroft Holmes” by Kareem Abdul-Jabbarhttp://titanbooks.com/mycroft-holmes-7528/Kareem's latest article:  Why Black People Are 'Invisible to Oscar Voters hollywoodreporter.com/news/kareem-abdul-jabbar-why-black-859551The HBO Documentary 'Minority of One' hbo.com/kareemLinks to Kareem: kareemabduljabbar.com | twitter.com/kaj33 | facebook.com/kajLinks to Dave: edgeofsportspodcast.com | twitter.com/edgeofsports | fb.com/edgeofsports | email: edgeofsports@slate.com—This episode is brought to you by Harry’s Razors. Save half the price on name brand blades with Harry’s factory-direct prices and a money-back guarantee. When you use the code EDGE at Harrys.com, you save $5 off your $15 starter set AND you’re supporting this program.—Music: Bobby Hutcherson (Goin’ Down South, Black Heroes) bluenote.com/artists/bobby-hutcherson | Gil-Scott Heron (The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, Who’ll Pay Reparations On My Soul?, Late Last Night) gilscottheron.net | Ibrahim Maalouf (Alf Leila Wa Leila - Introduction) ibrahimmaalouf.com—Special thanks: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Deborah Morales, Audy & Janice. Thirsty Tiger TV: Valerie Chow, Angie, Alessandro, Wayne, Scott & Tim. Panoply: Brendan & Andy. The Nation: Frank Reynolds. Produced by Dan Bloom.