I love Dr. Angela Davis. As a black, woman philosopher I look up to her. As a human who wants to see change in the world, I admire her. Early this summer we got a peak into her infamous case … Continue reading
To Commemorate the 41st Anniversary of the Attica Uprising and to discuss the current state of prisons, mass incarceration, prison industrial complex and more, intellectuals and activists will come together in Harlem this Friday. Come out and Hear Angela Davis, … Continue reading
“Every revolution requires its thinkers. Every movement is grounded in a philosophy”- Dr. Anthony Monteiro. The Museum of the City of New York has a wonderful exhibit called “Activist New York”. It is a well informed exhibit that chronologically takes … Continue reading
It’s so strange how a rich nation like America can also be a nation that the Same nation that the info pic below describes… Here are some good reads about money, power, respect, and America. Is America more exceptional today … Continue reading
What if Dr. Seuss studied social and political philosophy? I’m pretty sure these would be some of the books we would be left with.
If you look within American culture you will agree that greed and self-interest dominate our way of living. Greed echos in our music and on our TVs. It’s on 5th Avenue and on Wall Street. It seems that the American … Continue reading
MUST READ ARTICLES OF THE WEEK Stephen Marche: Esquire We are Not All Created Equal Louise Antony: New York Times Good Minus God Zaheer Ali: The Root What About Poor White Kids H. Samy Alim: New York Times What if … Continue reading
After procrastinating so many times about going to the limited theaters here in New York City to see the documentary and then being disappointed to find out that it was no longer showing, a victory for me has finally arrived. … Continue reading