Candacy Taylor

2019-06-04T04:22:08+00:00

Candacy Taylor Candacy Taylor is an award-winning author and cultural documentarian. She is currently a non-resident fellow at the Hutchins Center at Harvard University with Henry Louis Gates Jr. Taylor’s work has been featured in over 50 media outlets including Newsweek, The New York Times, The Atlantic, PBS Newshour, BBC, USA Today, The Wall St. [...]

Judy Wood

2019-04-01T01:27:17+00:00

Judy Wood It’s impossible to ignore the cosmic shift American society is currently under going concerning women and their fighting back against sexual violence. Attorney Judy Wood assisted in changing the law of asylum nationwide, allowing women to be designated a protected class – saving the lives of not only her clients, but thousands of [...]

Nick Stein

2019-04-12T15:12:54+00:00

Nick Stein Presents “Border Wars: From Mayhem to Mindfulness” As every college student will tell you, it’s the teacher that makes all the difference. If the messenger is effective, the message comes through. On college campuses across the country, many have heard of the benefits of secular mindfulness and meditation but few have taken it [...]

Wayétu Moore

2019-03-20T04:31:09+00:00

Wayétu Moore Wayétu Moore is the founder of One Moore Book. One Moore Book is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that encourages reading among children of countries with low literacy rates and underrepresented cultures by publishing culturally relevant books that speak to their truths, and by creating bookstores and reading corners that serve their [...]

Dante Barry

2019-04-01T01:30:37+00:00

Dante Barry Presents “Black Activism and Human Rights Responders: The Change is Within You” On February 26, 2012, unarmed Black teenager Trayvon Martin, was shot and killed by a neighborhood watchman in Stanford, Florida simply because he “looked suspicious.” Million Hoodies Movement for Justice formed in response to the media’s failure to adequately report on [...]

George Silano

2017-10-27T00:10:09+00:00

George Silano A Film Lost and Forgotten... UNTIL NOW. In December of 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. opened his home for the first and only time to television host, Arnold Michaelis, legendary interviewer, who spent four days recording Dr. King and his wife, Coretta, in a uniquely intimate setting, revealing these historic figures' most [...]

Charlie Savage

2017-08-20T13:42:30+00:00

Charlie Savage Savage is a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington correspondent for the New York Times. Originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana, Savage graduated from Harvard College and earned a master’s degree from Yale Law School as part of a Knight Foundation journalism fellowship. He has been covering post-9/11 issues-including national security, individual rights and the rule of [...]

Evan Peters

2017-07-16T23:56:06+00:00

Evan Peters Evan Peter's is best known for his work in FX's cult favorite American Horror Story. Serving as one of the few actors to be cast throughout the entire series. Peters has portrayed the characters of "Tate Langdon", "Kit Walker", "Kyle Spencer", "Jimmy Darling", "Mr. March", and "Rory Monahan". Peters starred in FOX's X-Men: [...]

David J. Peterson

2017-07-16T22:58:18+00:00

David J. Peterson Master language creator David J. Peterson offers a captivating overview of language creation, covering its history from Tolkien’s creations and Klingon to today’s thriving global community of conlangers. He presents the essential tools necessary for inventing and evolving new languages, using examples from a variety of languages including his creations, punctuated with [...]

Kathleen Neal Cleaver

2017-06-04T12:29:59+00:00

Kathleen Neal Cleaver Kathleen Neal Cleaver has spent her life participating in the human rights struggle. She started alongside her parents in the 1950’s civil rights protests in Alabama. By 1966, Kathleen Neal dropped out of Barnard College in New York to join the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) where she served in its Campus [...]