Interviews with artists making unique contributions to human culture. 


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About the podcast

Nothing is more human than the act of creation. Whether a book or visual art or music or dance, the urge to create something that didn’t exist before is one of our defining features. Join host Anthony Pinn for this compelling series of interviews with authors, sculptors, rappers, and others making unique contributions to human culture in Pinn Drop.

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Episodes

The untold history of Black freethought | Dr. Christopher Cameron

Ten years ago, a casual discovery while completing research for a book project led UNC historian Christopher Cameron to plunge into the nearly untold history of Black unbelief in the United States. He discusses both the history and the rich unfolding reality of Black freethought with host Anthony Pinn. Episode excerpt ANTHONY PINN: If you…

Small creatures and deep connections | Sasha Sagan

Anthony Pinn kicks off his new podcast with Sasha Sagan, author of For Small Creatures Such as We: Rituals for Finding Meaning in Our Unlikely World. Daughter of astronomer/educator Carl Sagan and writer/producer Ann Druyan, Sasha was raised with a sense of awe and wonder about the majesty of the universe, learning to see science…

Introducing PINN DROP with Anthony Pinn

Nothing is more human than the act of creation. Whether a book or visual art, music or dance, a new community or a social movement, the urge to create something that didn’t exist before is one of our defining features. Join humanist icon Anthony Pinn for the Pinn Drop podcast, a series of conversations with…