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Crying at the Foot of Emmett Till's Grave

On this week's episode, VICE's Wilbert L. Cooper talks about the ways black men in America grapple with race and masculinity.
Ellis Jones
London, GB
October 18, 2017, 2:15pm

The VICE Magazine Podcast is your definitive guide to enlightening information. We've rolled the October and November issue into one—for our second annual music issue—which will come out on November 7. So this month, we're trying out a new format: For the rest of October, we'll be highlighting one important story from across the VICE digital network every week.

First up,'s news editor Matt Taylor interviews Wilbert L. Cooper, a senior editor for the site and longtime contributor to VICE magazine. They discuss a recent story Wilbert wrote exploring the ways black men in America grapple with race and toxic masculinity.

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Next week's episode will feature Noisey's Dan Ozzi in a deep discussion about The Simpsons. Come back on October 25 to check it out. And did you know you can get 100-plus glossy pages delivered to your doorstep by clicking here to subscribe to the print issue of VICE magazine?