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Double-Consciousness of the High School Student, 4/9/2015

I call them my kids.  Partially because I love my students dearly and would do anything for them (if I had the money).  But partially because I have to constantly remind myself who I’m dealing with.  1,426 more words

Here Lies Education

The Souls of Muslim Folk: Islam and Decolonial Futures

Vitamin D recently caught up with Dr. Hatem Bazian of UC Berkeley at the ‘Institutional Islamophobia’ conference held in London where he was gracious enough to spend some time with us to go over his background both as a decolonial scholar and an activist engaged in various liberation struggles. 89 more words


The Caged Bird

This is an experimental film based on poem, The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, and W.E.B Dubois’ double consciousness theory. I made for Frame and Sequence Spring 2015 at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute for Film and Television.


Book Review: The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois

Du Bois is perhaps the greatest and most under-read African-American voice of the 20th century. What he offers here is an analysis of race in the United States that remains as relevant now, more than a hundred years hence, as when it was first written in 1903. 387 more words


That life which meat nourishes

The hundred hills of Atlanta are not all crowed with factories. On one, toward the west, the setting sun throws three buildings in bold relief against the sky.

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United States

Writer's Quote 2015

This week, I selected a quote by Shirley Graham Du Bois.

While still a student at Oberlin College, DuBois wrote and produced a three act opera, … 356 more words

Red Hot Chili Peppers Are Us

The Economist’s cover image for its current issue, “Firing Up America: A Special Report on America’s Latinos” has already stirred up some controversy, for obvious reasons. 833 more words

America And Race