DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION ON EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT AND RACE
Senses are the physiological capacities within organisms that provide inputs for perception. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields, most notably neuroscience, cognitive psychology (or cognitive science), and philosophy of perception. The nervous system has a specific sensory system or organ, dedicated to each sense.
Human beings have a multitude of senses. In addition to the…Continue
We now are nearing the final decade of the 20th century. Recently, there has been an unraveling and an analysis of the core issue of the first global power system of mass oppression-- the power system of racism (white supremacy). Once the collective victim (non-white population) understands this fundamental issue, the ultimate organizing of all of the appropriate behaviors necessary to neutralize the great injustice of the…Continue
On Saturday Oct. 16, 2010 the Cooper/Jones Initiative sponsored the third installment of "A Case of Race III" at the Memphis City Schools Teaching and Learning Academy. This symposium was a continuation on 'a real conversation' on the issue of…Continue
“We suppose ourselves to possess unqualified scientific knowledge of a thing, as opposed to knowing it in the accidental way in which the sophist knows, when we think that we know the cause on which the fact depends, as the cause of that fact and of no other, and, further, that the fact could not be other than it is. Now that scientific knowing is something of this sort is evident—witness both those who falsely claim it and those who actually possess it, since the former merely imagine…Continue
Who are the leaders of the so-called Black community today? Set some names out there and lets take a look at them. Let's take a close look, a microscopic look! In fact let's dissect them, like in biology and find out exactly who (and what) they are! What do they know that we don't know? Are they really serious about "leading"? And most of all, to where are they leading us? The primrose path is not a winding course, it is straight and narrow, but most times disguised…Continue