In the riveting conclusion of our three part series with acclaimed American Indian Movement activist-intellectual Ward Churchill about his venerable book Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005,
In part two of this puissant series we discuss Indigenous people in Western cinema. Specifically we discuss the functionality of pejorative depictions of Indigenous people in cinema to the settler colonial project known as the Americas,
Sagacious, trenchant, and decisive are just a few ways to describe the writings of American Indian Movement activist–intellectual Ward Churchill. Informed by praxis, Churchill’s decades of work demonstrate a keen understanding that the fulcrum of the w...
In our 50th podcast episode with U.K. based recording artist Raggo Zulu Rebel...“we came to came to a deeper understanding” about who we are as African people.
We conclude our Ideopraxis Series with a digitally re-mastered presentation from Dr. John Henrik Clarke titled, The African World Under Siege!!!!
We conclude our digitally re-mastered presentation entitled Dr. Amos Wilson on Feel Good History, from our Ideopraxis Series.
We continue with our digitally re-mastered presentation titled Dr. Amos Wilson on Feel Good History Part 2 of 3, from our Ideopraxis Series!!!
We continue our Ideopraxis Series with part one of a three part digitally re-mastered presentation titled Dr. Amos Wilson on Feel Good History.
We continue our Ideopraxis Series with the conclusion of Dr. Marimba Ani's digitally re-mastered presentation of her critically acclaimed book, Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought And Behavior
Ideopraxis, a term coined by renowned African scholar Ayi Kwei Armah, means "the translation of ideas systematically embraced into structured behavior and lifestyle. Ideopraxis is the yardstick that separates revolutionary performers from phones" (Reme...