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CFP: Philosophy from All Walks of Life, Public Philosophy Network Conference, Michigan State University, October 17-19, 2019

Equal Collaboration
Public Philosophy Network, Nancy Arden McHugh

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Disruptive Pedagogy and the Practice of Freedom

Julie Fellmayer

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What Must Be Done With Sovereignty? Rejecting Recognition and the Ruse of Participation

Equal Collaboration
Melanie Yazzie, Shanya Cordis, Sandra Harvey

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The Philosopher King: Tommie Shelby on MLK

Tommie Shelby, Julian Lucas

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Playdough to Plato

Andrew Engleson, Ken Shafer

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The Pain and Promise of Black Women in Philosophy

Equal Collaboration
Anita L Allen, George Yancy

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Black Issues in Philosophy: On Teaching Anna Julia Cooper's "What Are We Worth" in Introductory Courses

Thomas Meagher

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Conversation on Racial Discourse with Author of "Dear White America" Prof. George Yancy (Podcast episode)

George Yancy, WGN Radio

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New Formation: Janelle Monáe’s Radical Emotion Pictures

Adrienne Brown

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Philosophy in the Contemporary World: The Double Consciousness of a Black Muslim American

Shaireen Rasheed

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Should I Give Up on White People?

George Yancy

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Complaining

Utz, Discrimination and Disadvantage Blog

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Black Issues in Philosophy: A Citadel of the Ideal | Blog of the APA

Anthony Sean Neal

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Post Img April 9, 2018, 2:15 pm

Bodyminds Reimagined: A New Book on Disability, Race, and Gender

Keisha N. Blain

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