Remembering the Life and Legacy of Author Greg Tate

The literary world has lost a huge voice in the culture; author and hip-hop critic Greg Tate has passed away in New York City.

Tate, known for his work at “The Village Voice,” was able to provide a view that allowed readers to feel his perspective inside and out.

In 1992, he published his first book, “Flyboy in the buttermilk,” which was a collection of essays that would serve as what he called “a little something of a tool kit” for generations to come.

Duke University professor Dr. Mark Anthony Neal joins Marc Lamont Hill on “Black News Tonight” to talk about the life and legacy of Tate.

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