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Ep. 48 - Calvin Warren and Frank Wilderson III on Antiblackness, Nihilism, and Politics

This episode features James, John, and newly-christened Always Already Correspondent M. Shadee Malaklou in a discussion drawn from a cross-reading of Calvin L. Warren’s “Black Nihilism and the Politics of Hope” (2015) with Frank Wilderson III’s “Gramsci’s Black Marx: Whither the Slave in Civil Society?” (2003). 205 more words

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The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

Asa Philip Randolph demonstrates to black leaders how to build coalitions. Randolph was also realistic about the limitations of his organization. The realization of his limitations led him to seek strategic alliances. 1,720 more words

Leader Analysis

MPs warn of a lack of political voice for young black people

Black MPs are urging organisations to boost the involvement of young people with a Caribbean heritage in decisions that affect their future.

MPs David Lammy, Dawn Butler, Clive Lewis, and from the House of Lords, Baroness Rosalind Howells spoke at a meeting of around 60 people at the… 552 more words

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The Equity Alliance launches to promote African-American civic engagement in Nashville

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March 16, 2017

THE EQUITY ALLIANCE LAUNCHES TO PROMOTE AFRICAN-AMERICAN CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN NASHVILLE

March 22 kickoff event to talk ‘Black Civic Engagement’ with Rep. 660 more words

"The Old King" - as always - must Die: personal and cultural archetype

The Archetype of “The Old King” … resides in the personal psyche …  in the collective unconscious, and  plays itself out in organizations and governments. It is an archetype that demands the integration of the rational side of the psyche with the irrational side. 192 more words

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The Equity Alliance presents 'Conscious Conversation on Black Political Engagement'

This month’s Conscious Conversation, in partnership with The Equity Alliance, Davidson County Democratic Party, and Davidson County Young Democrats, explores the state of black political engagement and how Nashville’s African-American community can raise their voices and take action on issues that matter to their daily lives. 254 more words