Black Widow: Dominating the Masculine World of Boxing

The Einstein myth: Why the cult of personality is bad for science | Michelle Thaller

So Jonathan you ask a question that actually gets to the heart of a lot of my ideas about science and culture. And you ask about the celebrity culture. We hear about these famous scientists, it goes Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking or Neil deGrasse Tyson; we know of these Continue Reading

Livingston Lecture — ‘A Challenge to Colorblindness: Racial Inequality in the 21st Century’

>>Implicit bias basically means that we have a tendency to quickly, in a split second, associate a group with a certain type of behavior. And we may be unaware that we do that, so the more aware, the more cognizant we become of our implicit biases the more likely we Continue Reading

A Class That Turned Around Kids’ Assumptions of Gender Roles!

– This afternoon we’re going to draw people doing different jobs, and the first job we’re going to draw is a firefighter. – Ever think in your head what a firefighter looks to you? – What’s your firefighter called? – Mine is called Firefighter Gary. – Firefighter Stan. – Firefighter Continue Reading

Toward Unity (E12 S3)

Just as there are major ideological divides between black nationalists and advocates of civil rights or communist schools of thought, there are also major differences between the various black nationalist organizations that sometimes resulted in conflict. Militant black nationalists such as the Black Panther Party and the cultural nationalist organization, Continue Reading

Unity in Diversity? Part 3 (E12 Full)

Hello and welcome again to African Elements. In this episode,Unity In Diversity? We look at the various often conflicting elements of black nationalism in the struggle for black liberation and self-determination, and specifically at Maulana Karenga and his notion of cultural nationalism within the US organization. Is conflict inevitable between Continue Reading

Unity in Diversity? (E12 Intro)

Hello and welcome again to African Elements. In this episode, Unity In Diversity? We look at the various often conflicting elements of black nationalism in the struggle for black liberation and self-determination, and specifically at Maulana Karenga and his notion of cultural nationalism within the US organization. Is conflict inevitable Continue Reading

Ideological Divides (E12 S2)

Black nationalist philosophy was not the only ideology in use in the black liberation struggle. The ideology of non-violent passive resistance as practiced by Dr. Martin Luther King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and groups like the Congress on Racial Equality or CORE, represented a fundamentally different approach to Continue Reading

Capitalism breeds more than just class inequality

Hey, everybody. My name’s Kim Siever. Welcome back to my channel. Inequality is inherent in capitalism. Of course, in capitalism, power is unevenly distributed, lying in the hands of the few individuals who manage to own businesses and amass capital. But that power inequity breeds inequity in other areas. Because Continue Reading