Counter-Racist Evolving Engineer (CREE)

CR Engineer

United States, EnglishEducation

For all persons who wish to evolve the will AND/OR ability to replace the system of racism (white supremacy) with a system of justice for the establishment of peace and, then, the maintenance of correctness.

On-Demand Episodes

01:32

Today, we'll take up the questions raised in listeners minds during and after two TED talks on "romantic love" by Helen Fisher (a white woman and neuro-anthropologist) that were broadcasted on this venue on 5/24/12 & 6/7/12.... more
00:26

This is part 2 in the consideration of the following questions posed in the 5/24/12 broadcast: "Is it logical to suggest counter-racist code that dispenses with the expectation of and pursuit of the ecstacy of particular focused attrraction to one,... more
01:37

Jarvis Bernard Sheffield, M.S. Ed, visits CREE. Mr. Scheffield, who describes himself as a "Black Ass Mega Nerd," is the founder and administrator of the Black Science Fiction Society (BSFS). The "Black Science Fiction Society highlights,... more
01:04

Is it logical to suggest counter-racist code that dispenses with the expectation of and pursuit of the throes of the ecstasy of particular focused attrraction to one, and only one, person of the opposite gender? Should black people... more
02:26

Scot Nakagawa, author of the article, "Why I, An Asian Man, Fight Anti-Black Racism" vistits the CREE venue. Mr. Nakagawa blogs at racefiles.wordpress.com.
02:25

Cree is questioning a well-worn page in her personal counter-racist code. Like many black people who have read Neely Fuller's Code Book and heard many of his talks, I used to say that successfully countering the deceitful words of... more
02:42

TaterPie and Cree get to work reshaping constructive counter-racist renditions of the 2007 piece, "What Men Can Do To Help End Male Domination of Women and Girls," by Julian Real and Celie's Revenge. Our working titles are "What White... more
02:34

Open mic for discussing issues related to replacing the system of global white domination w/ a system of justice. Let's see whether this discussion settles, again on black female-black male relations. If it does, let's see if we can cover new... more
03:01

Open mic for discussing issues related to replacing the system of global white domination w/ a system of justice. This discussion settled on black female-black male relations----Again.
02:58

We'll pick up where we left off on March 15, 2012 asking questions of each other as we exchange views on how to mimimize conflict between black males and black females, between black males, and, especially, between black females... more
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