We'll resume our counter-racist lab examination, that was begun during the August 02, 2014 broadcast, of the most effective use of the word, "culture." In addition to Penelope's written submission, there were four very thoughtful live participants during that discussion: Gwendolyn; Kofi, the founder of World Afropedia; Universal Jones, the founder of Justice Lab Radio, and Allen. Each of these terrific thinkers has agreed to return for this broadcast.
We'll start by comparing the definition for last proffered by Kofi that "culture" is "whatever a person does that benefits people" to that suggested by Neely Fuller, Jr., author of the seminal work, The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept a textbook/workbook for Thought, Speech and/or Action for Victims of Racism (white supremacy).
If listeners may have suggestions different than those discussed during the previous broadcast, they are encouraged to call in!
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