Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Denise James about political illusions, Lorraine Hansberry, problems of integration, dying cities, art and politics, and much more.
Myisha Cherry chats with Meena Krishnamurthy and Rachel McKinnon about their reactions to the election, ignorance during the election season, how to overcome and survive ignornace, the future role of the media as vehicles of knowledge, and so much more. You can find an excerpt of the interview also featuring Tempest Henning, a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy at Vanderbilt University at the Huffington Post.
Myisha Cherry chats with José Mendoza about whiteness and immigration, open borders, the myth surrounding Mexican immigration, 'alien' and 'illegals' discourse, and so much more.
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Meena Krishnamurthy about Martin Luther King jr. and political distrust, the global poor, and a phenomena known as "misidentification".
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Chike Jeffers about africana philosophy (part 1) and about W.E.B. Dubois (part 2).
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Kristie Dotson about ignorance, problems facing black girls, academic passing, and black feminist thought.
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher, David McClean, on money and the philosophical life, hip-hop culture and materialism, occupy wall street, and why what happens on wall street matters to the poor.
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher, Vanessa Wills, on marxism and its misconceptions, and what today's social movements can learn from marxist thought.
Myisha Cherry chats with Philosopher, Amir Jaima, about what philosophy can learn from literature, what makes black literature so philosophically rich, Why is Toni Morrison a philosopher, and more.