By: Teréz Villeda-Medina On January 23, 2019 the RISD and Providence community gathered together to attend a Keynote speech given by Dr. Cornel West where he paid tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Cornel West is an accomplished activist, Professor, Author and Philosopher. He graduated ...
A response and consideration of a Q&A discussion at Brown University between for two formerly incarcerated individuals about the implications and repercussions of prison experiences in the United States and Syria.
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The propaganda of the modern Russian authoritarian regime does not have any ideology.
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Worsening trust in governing officials and institutions is where political crisis can emerge.
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