Philosophy Mixed: Race and Black Identity in the 21st Century

By Kimberly Clay
Other Side Drive Executive Producer

Rebecca Farinas of the Texas State Philosophy department and Other Side Drive Executive Producer, Kimberly Clay, invite you to a new podcast series: Philosophy Mixed, a study of the nature of things. With guest Tafari Robertson, founder of the Pan African Action Committee at Texas State, we dive into the topic of black identity and the role media plays in covering stories of race and free speech.

For more studies on this topic, we recommend researching black philosophers W.E.B. DuBois and Alain Locke, and activists like Kimberlé Crenshaw.

For interesting events and lectures covering this topic even further, don’t forget to check out the Texas State Philosophy Dialogue series schedule.

Featured illustration by Erin Garrigan.

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