“We must be committed to confrontations with evils we cannot end.”
New York Regent Adelaide Sanford speaks at PBOS X (2003), Rutgers-Newark. [22:13 minutes]
First Posted: 23-Jan-2004
In this 12-minute video excerpt from keynote night at PBOS X, Leonard Harris introduces the audience to Cornel West and philosophy as a way of life. Anna Stubblefield introduces Professor Harris (Click here for video, Real Media, 24mb)
Poet activist Sonia Sanchez rocks the room at the Tenth Anniversary Conference of Philosophy Born of Struggle. (Click here for Video, 29:31, 50mb, RealMedia).
In this six-minute interview, Frank Kirkland speaks with Darryl Scriven about Africana Philosophy (Click here for audio, mp3, 5.9mb)
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