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See the progression that has been made in temporal things. When I was growing up, all the way that we could travel was with oxen, horses and sloops.

These things have all come for our benefit, but don't give God any glory, or you would not want to go back to the awful system of hanging.

 

The advocates of such a barbarous thing have murder in their hearts. Remember the things I say to you in this capitol tonight will never die. He who sanctions the crime of hanging will have to answer for it. Sojourner Truth

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After the Egyptian and Indian, the Greek and Roman, the Teuton and Mongolian, the Negro is sort of seventh son, born with a veil, and gifted with second-sight, in this American world, - a world which yields him no true self-consciousness, but only lets him see himself through the revelation of the other world. This is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity. One ever feels his two-ness, an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body, whose dogged strength alone keeps it from being torn asunder.
The Souls of Black Folk W. E. B. Du Bois

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The Sixth Annual Conference Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions 2019: Economic Justice in an Age of Abundance and Scarcity in New York: Day One: October 25

 

 

 

 

 

The Sixth Annual Conference Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions 2019: Economic Justice in an Age of Abundance and Scarcity in New York: October 25-26: Call for Papers: Deadline August 20

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|| Wednesday: July 04: 2019 || ά. The Sixth Annual Conference Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions 2019 is taking place in New York on Friday-Saturday, October 25-26 with theme of ‘Economic Justice in an Age of Abundance and Scarcity’. The two-day Conference is free and open to the public and everyone is invited and welcome to join in the event. The Conference states: There is no other time in the modern history when such a tiny minority controls such vast amount of wealth whether cash or kind. The well to do, the very rich, the super-rich, the ultra-rich and even the poor engage in conspicuous consumption. Conspicuous consumption has spread to almost every corner of the earth. In most cities of the industrial world and in large and small towns of most countries, vendors dot the landscape peddling useless ‘trinkets and beads’ from countries, such as, China, Baangladesh and Indonesia.

Meanwhile many among the super-rich engage in the most ostentatious life styles not only in terms of palaces and yachts but in soliciting firms to conjure up unwholesome pleasures to mitigate their boredom. We are now witnessing the commodification of all values. The age of abundance is here and it is not only among the super-rich. The availability of goods and services for many ordinary citizens in many developed countries have superseded any period in human history. Yet among the citizenry in these same countries and regions there is lack of access and lack of means to acquire the basics for sustenance which lead sometimes to starvation and death. The radical disparity in education, health, housing and basic amenities among peoples within nations is the fundamental scandal on modern life.

Abundance everywhere and scarcity all around and within us to the extent that the human person and society collectively seem to be afflicted with the poverty of the spirit, that is, the ability to cultivate interpersonal relations and maintain a sense of co-operation. This Conference will seek to address the stupendous economic disparity that exists in the U.S.A and in other countries, large and small and how socio-economic conditions lead to breakdown in social relations and how sometimes economic improvement does not necessarily result in better social relationships. Consideration will be given as to how excessive wealth disorder and income inequality subvert the political process and adversely affect human relations. We will emphasise the link between climate justice and human flourishing.

Ultimately our task is not only to fight for a living wage but also restore dignity in work and foster solidarity among peoples.

Friday: October 25: 10:00-18:30
The Graduate Centre
The City University of New York
Rooms 9204
365 Fifth Avenue, b:n 34th and 35th streets
New York, New York 10016

Saturday: October 26
10:00-18:00
Mayday Community Space
176 St Nicholas Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
info at maydayspace.org
L Train to DeKalb Ave.

The Conference is sponsored by The Centre for Place, Culture and Politics of the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York and HUMANITAS: The Africana Ethical and Cultural Society.

If, you are interested in being a presenter or commentator send a brief abstract and biographical information by August 20, 2019 to:
J. Everet Green at: everet at verizon.net
Brittany O’Neal: brittany.oneal at me.com

For further information contact J, Everet Green at: everet at verizon.net

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V PRAT Conference 2018 New York: October 26-27: Conference Programme

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|| August 18: 2018 || ά Mass incarceration in the United States has become a dehumanising force that is de-stroying the very fabric of society. Many young lives have wilted and many more are languishing in the penitentiaries for minor offenses and too often for no offense whatsoever. The racialisation of the criminal injustice system has resulted in the separation and impoverishment of families and the decimation of neighbourhoods.

In many communities one of the greatest barriers to a decent education is the de-praved influence of the prison-industrial complex. For human beings to flourish, it is essential that they receive a “universal” form of education capable of nurturing the emotional, psychological, physical and intellectual growth of the whole person. To bring about a humane society, we need to change the trajectory currently leading to mass incarceration, redirecting it toward universal education and potentially recast-ing the social, political, and economic structures of the country. For such transform-ative education to take hold, we must eliminate pedagogies of oppression and repres-sion and free intellectual inquiry from established forms of monopoly control.
Consequently, at the conference we will seek to move beyond policies to effective practice, by exploring such difficult questions as the following:

:Can universal education unlock an entrenched system of unjust laws?
:Can uni-versal education serve as an essential instrument both in reversing criminalization of the poor and in eradicating the prison-industrial complex?
:Can education be emancipated from cultural imperialism?
:Can effective resistance be mobilised against harmful institutional models, such as zero tolerance policies and high-stakes testing requirements?
:Are we suffering from a poverty of imagination among many educational “reform-ers?”
:Can awareness of available “best practices” encourage more innovative thinking?
:To what extent can socio-economic relationships, political systems and cultural productions be redirected toward empathy, community, cooperation, and human dignity?
:Can we truly succeed in building a just and humane society?

If, you plan to present, please, send a title and a brief abstract to: J. Everet Green at everet at verizon.net by September 05: 2018.

Conference Venues: Friday, October 26, 10:00 to 18:00: Graduate Centre of the City University of New York. 365 Fifth Avenue.
Saturday, October 27, 10:00 to 18:00: May Day Space in Brooklyn, 176 Saint Nicholas Avenue::::ω.
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Call for Submissions for the Conference: The Fifth Annual Philosophy and Religion Conference in Africana Traditions 2018 in New York: From Mass Incarceration to Universal Education: Unlocking the System: October 26-28

 

|| August 07: 2018: PRAT Philosophy Conference News || ά. According to PRAT  Conference, ‘’Mass incarceration in the United States has become a dehumanising force, that is destroying the very fabric of society. Many young lives have wilted and many more are languishing in the penitentiaries for minor offenses and, too often, for no offense whatsoever.  The racialisation of the criminal injustice system has resulted in the separation and impoverishment of families and the decimation of neighbourhoods. 

In many communities one of the greatest barriers to a decent education is the prison-industrial complex.  An education, that takes into consideration the emotional, psychological, physical and intellectual growth of the individual is essential for human flourishing.  To accomplish this, we need to change the trajectory currently leading to mass incarceration, by redirecting it toward universal education, ultimately, transforming the social, political, and economic structures of the country.  To engage in this process of transformation, we must eradicate monopoly intellectualism and pedagogies of oppression and repression.’’

The Conference further said, ‘’Consequently, at the conference, we will seek to move beyond policies to effective practice, by exploring such difficult questions as the following: Can universal education unlock an entrenched system of unjust laws? Can universal education serve as an essential instrument both in reversing criminalisation of the poor and in eradicating the prison-industrial complex?

Can education be emancipated from cultural imperialism? Can effective resistance be mobilised against harmful institutional models, such as, zero tolerance policies and high-stakes testing requirements? Are we suffering from a poverty of imagination among many educational ‘reformers’?    

Can awareness of available ‘best practices’ encourage more innovative thinking? To what extent can socio-economic relationships, political systems and cultural productions be redirected toward empathy, community, co-operation, and human dignity? Can we truly succeed in building a just and humane society?’’

Those, who are interested to make a presentation at the Conference, are invited to send the title of the presentation with a brief abstract to Dr J Everet Green at everet at verizone.net by August 31.

Conference Venues: Friday, October 26, 10:00 am to 18:00: Graduate Centre of the City University of New York. 365 Fifth Avenue. NY, NY 10016

Saturday, October 27, 10:00 am to 18:00: May Day Space in Brooklyn, 176 Saint Nicholas Avenue, NY 11237.:::ω.

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The Fifth Annual Philosophy and Religion Conference in Africana Traditions 2018 in New York: From Mass Incarceration to Universal Education: Unlocking the System: October 26-28

 

 

|| July 24: 2018 || ά. The Fifth Annual Philosophy and Religion Conference in Africana Traditions 2018, discoursing on the theme of From Mass Incarceration to Universal Education: Unlocking the System: is taking place on October 26-28, from 10:00-18:00 in NYC The Conference is free and open to the public and everyone is invited to join in this endeavour to seek to create a more just and humane society.

The Conference will explore, ‘’From Mass Incarceration to Universal Education: Unlocking the System: Mass incarceration in the United States has become a destructive force that is destroying the fabric of the society. Many young lives have wilted in the penitentiaries for minor offences and too often for no offence whatsoever. The racialisation of the criminal injustice system has resulted in the separation and impoverishment of families and the decimation of neighbourhoods.

In many communities one of the greatest barriers to a decent education in the prison industrial complex. An education that takes into consideration the emotional, psychological, physical, and intellectual growth of the individual is essential for human flourishing.

To accomplish this, we need to change the current trajectory from mass incarceration to universal education, ultimately transforming the social, economic, and political structures. Join us in this endeavour to create a more just and humane society.’’

Friday: October 26: 10:00-18:00: he Graduate Centre of The City University of New York: Rooms 9204:9205: 365 Fifth Avenue, b:n 34th and 35th streets: New York 10016

Saturday: October 27: 10:00-18:00: Mayday Community Space: 176 St Nicholas Avenue: Brooklyn, NY 11237: info at maydayspace.org: L Train to DeKalb Ave:

The Conference is sponsored by The Centre for Place, Culture and Politics of the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York and HUMANITAS: The Africana Ethical and Cultural Society.

 

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IV Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017: October 27-28

 

 

IV Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017 Opens Today in New York

|| October 27: 2017 || ά. Time, because it is, always being and vanishing in space, in human terms, we call it, time changes or rather, time goes. Where does it go? There, where the eternal-silent-space holds its sieve, ever-so-patiently and ever-so-dutifully, so that the time-dust, falls through and joins the eternal-silence of space. Time is like the word: after all human usages, where does it go? There, where it has always been, in 'non-existence', inside the 'eternal-silence' of the 'dictionary'. But here, we are to report, not silence, but speech because, the Fourth Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017, what has become, affectionately, known as, PRAT Conference, opens today in New York, opening  a space for serious discourse for two days. The IV Conference will have much discussions, discourse and debates about the pertinent questions, that we face and must seek to get answers.

The Humanion sends all our best wishes and hopes that the Conference enjoys this opportunity to raise questions and seek to find answers to the paramount challenges, faced by the human condition today, not just in America but across the earth, challenges, that threaten the very 'limited' progress humanity has made since the dark ages, through the 'flickers' of sparkled out spells of enlightenment or renaissance, appearing like brief 'cultural comets', in many places of earth, in many peoples on earth , throughout our history. Humanity today faces an 'army of the most dangerous socio-politico-econo-cultural  evils', made of racism, fascism, nazism, extreme and violent nationalism, violent religious extremism, unleashing the darkness of hatred, intolerance and bigotry', xenophobia, anti-semitism, islamophobia, persecution of religious minorities is as such that followers of any and all faiths find themselves being in the minority in one place or the other so that they face persecution, masochism, misogyny, bias-prejudice-phobia-ignorance-fear-hatred-loathing-intolerance towards and against any:all minorities, including, all the Indigenous Peoples in the world, people with disabilities and, this stands as an absolutely expression of the cruelest of irony, despite being not a minority, against 'the woman', for across the earth 'the woman' faces the 'darkest of times'.

Masochism and misogyny have gone to its height, seeking to take humanity down to the gutter with it and 'the woman' is at the 'receiving end of its disgusting, degrading, revolting and nauseating 'socio-politico-econo-cultural' 'crimes'. Added to all that, poverty and inequality have gone on the offensive and a 'political economical war' has been going on across the world against the poor and the dispossessed, both the ones without work and those working, yet, languishing in poverty and absolute poverty. And add to that the ultimate devastation of humanity, that part, that is homeless either languishing in a limbo of being at temporary, and often, inhabitable habitations or worst of it all, those, who are thrown onto the streets to die away. Added to that, education has fallen down from the highest of the priorities and, therefore, a great chunk of humanity is left out of education all together, effectively, leaving them in the absolute and ultimate 'darkness' of the ones, that have neither a present nor a future and a great many of them are 'the woman' and 'the minority'. Add to this the rampant, vulgar, dangerous, unsustainable and utterly selfish, self-centred, self-orbital, self-consumed, self-destructive, self-axial and nothing-but-self-orientated consumerism and what it is doing to achieve its highest aim, highest goal: achieve total and absolute dehumanisation.

Now, which of these problems, challenges and questions do we discuss and who and where do these get discussed? A very good question and one tiny little effort in this is being attempted by these minds in the names of Dr J Everet Green and Jay Green and those, who believe in the same ideals, who are working together with them. The Humanion is there with you all and we hope and wish you will have a great Conference and send you all the flickers of light, that we can fathom. Lit is the word of light. Light is the word, that carries an idea: know thyself and you shall know the Universe and seek to resonate the Universe and you shall find your very self becoming one with that Universe: always in the light of the law: the law of love and the love of the law: and what is this love and what is this law: do and be love or, rather, aspire to be the noun and the verb of existence, expressed in one word: love: For we are just once. Seek not to be either a man or a woman but aspire to reach the higher realm of being, of existence, a human; a human is nothing but an infinity unfolding itself. Why, you ask. Take an example. For A is a man and B is a woman. Yet, science tells us that A, despite being a man, carries in his physiology or genome half of his mother and half of his father, equally, despite taking the physical and outward appearance as a man as the father and, further, that in the half of him, that is made of his mother, is condescend the flowing generations of mothers, that existed since the dawn of humanity and in the half of him, that is made of his father, is condescend the flowing generations of fathers, that existed since the dawn of humanity.

And like A, B, being a woman in her outward and physical appearance, contains the same: half mother and half father, equally, which are comprised of the flowing and condescend generations of mothers and fathers. Therefore, according to science, A is equally a man and a woman, despite his physiological appearance as a man and B is equally a woman and a man, despite the appearance of her physique as a woman. And this is the duality of humanity. If both A and B seek to be, simply, either a man or a woman, they both aspire to be only 'half human' for they are forcing themselves to express, be and do only the half of their existence. Half of anything does not and can not contain the whole. The market and all its apparatus, the entire masochistic and misogynistic socio-politico-econo-cultural spheres are forcing humanity to be either masculine or feminine, a man or a woman, are seeking to 'place, fit and bricken-up' the humanity, that is a shape, that is an infinity unfolding itself, into a  'straight jacket-shape', that can not contain this 'infinity of humanity' so that it forces, it breaks, it cuts, it inflicts, it wounds and it hurts and we bleed and we develop infections and scars: being forced into, placed into, fitted into, brickened-up onto, broken, cut, inflicted, wounded, hurt and, shattered and devastated, humanity bleeds on and agonises. It is time humanity rises up and say: enough.

When: Friday: October 27 at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York: 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016, Rooms 9204:9205 and Saturday: October 28: Mayday Community Space: 176 St. Nicholas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237: info at maydayspace.org. Topics for consideration are 01: Social Activism. What are the Main Terrains of struggle: What are the Strategies People are Putting Into Place: What are the Programmes Being Developed, For Instance, 'The Vision for Black Lives 'Movement'; 02: Culture and Politic. Speakers Will Address the Inter-Relationships Between Art and Politics and How Cultural Issues From Art, Films, Novels are Related to Liberation Struggles. How Art and Films Depict the Struggle: How They Contribute to It: What are the Main Themes? ω.

Whatever Your Field of Work and Wherever in the World You are, Please, Make a Choice to Do All You Can to Seek and Demand the End of Death Penalty For It is Your Business What is Done in Your Name. The Law That Makes Humans Take Part in Taking Human Lives and That Permits and Kills Human Lives is No Law. It is the Rule of the Jungle Where Law Does Not Exist. The Humanion

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 The Fourth Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017: Intersectionality and The Spirit of Activism: New York: October 27-28: The Conference Programme

 

 

 The Fourth Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017: Intersectionality and The Spirit of Activism: New York: October 27-28

 

|| September 14: 2017 || ά. Time, because it is, always being and vanishing in space, in human terms, we call it, time changes or rather, time goes. Where does it go? There, where the eternal-silent-space holds its sieve, ever-so-patiently and ever-so-dutifully, so that the time-dust, falls through and joins the eternal-silence of space. Time is like the word: after all human usages, where does it go? There, where it has always been, in 'non-existence', inside the 'eternal-silence' of the 'dictionary'. But here, we are to report, not silence, but speech because, the Fourth Annual Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference 2017, what has become, affectionately, known as, PRAT Conference, is almost here. October is a just a fourteen-day-run up the hill and, a few more day and there it is: the Fourth PRAT Conference on October 27-28 in Emmaarner Rise or rather, good old New York.

 

 

When: Friday: October 27 at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York: 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016, Rooms 9204:9205 and Saturday: October 28: Mayday Community Space: 176 St. Nicholas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237: info at maydayspace.org. Topics for consideration are 01: Social Activism. What are the Main Terrains of struggle: What are the Strategies People are Putting Into Place: What are the Programmes Being Developed, For Instance, 'The Vision for Black Lives 'Movement'; 02: Culture and Politic. Speakers Will Address the Inter-Relationships Between Art and Politics and How Cultural Issues From Art, Films, Novels are Related to Liberation Struggles. How Art and Films Depict the Struggle: How They Contribute to It: What are the Main Themes?

03: Reconstructing the Collective Memory From a Historical and Philosophical Viewpoint: Speakers on this issue will comment on what of the past history, theory, practice now seems most important from the viewpoint of the present struggle and the importance of reconnecting with the past to place the present in a context, to give strength to present struggles.

This Conference, which is free and open to the public is sponsored by The Centre for Place, Culture and Politics of the Graduate Centre of the City university of New York and HUMANITAS: The Africana Ethical and Cultural Society. For more information, please, contact Dr J. Everet Green at everet at verison.net: ω.

Whatever Your Field of Work and Wherever in the World You are, Please, Make a Choice to Do All You Can to Seek and Demand the End of Death Penalty For It is Your Business What is Done in Your Name. The Law That Makes Humans Take Part in Taking Human Lives and That Permits and Kills Human Lives is No Law. It is the Rule of the Jungle Where Law Does Not Exist. The Humanion

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