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Dr. Cornel West Visits Lincoln University of MO for MLK Celebration 

Prominent and provocative democratic intellectual, Dr. Cornel West visited Lincoln University yesterday evening (1.28) as part of the institution’s MLK Celebration.

West is a professor of Philosophy and Christian Practice at Union Theological Seminary and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University with previous teaching at Yale, Harvard and the University of Paris; where he has spread his cultural outlook to thousands of various student intellectuals. 142 more words

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Wake Up, Dr. West!

Today, I was able to hear the inspirational Dr. Cornel West speak. Even though many may call him a radical, I believe he is revolutionary and truly understands the issues of humanity. 477 more words

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Killer Mike Was Bernie Sanders' Biggest Supporter At Sunday's Democratic Debate

A couple of weeks ago, Killer Mike’s political activity became a topic of discussion within a small circle of friends as we were discussing RZA’s turncoat statements… 469 more words

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Reclaiming the Community - A Discussion with Dr. Cornel West In Southeast (Video)

https://youtu.be/CAwd4BWxY-o

Streamed live on Dec 4, 2015

Friday December 4th at 6pm
Lincoln High School Theater
4777 Imperial Avenue
San Diego, CA 92114

Shoutout to thChrch for the stream.

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Can Bernie Sanders Gain Support in Black Chicago?

Bernard “Bernie” Sanders was born September 8, 1941 in Brooklyn, New York. He attended New York City public schools and a Hebrew school. After graduating from high school, he attended Brooklyn College for a year in 1959-60 and transferred to the University of Chicago where he graduated in 1964 with a B.A. 1,165 more words

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Can Bernie Sanders Gain Support in Black Chicago?

Bernard “Bernie” Sanders was born September 8, 1941 in Brooklyn, New York. He attended New York City public schools and a Hebrew school. After graduating from high school, he attended Brooklyn College for a year in 1959-60 and transferred to the University of Chicago where he graduated in 1964 with a B.A. 1,165 more words

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