The Institute for Cultural Evolution is a partner in the Shaping An Omni-American Future online event taking place on October 24th and 25th. This event is being put on by the American Sephardi Federation, the Jazz Leadership Project, and the Combat Antisemitism Movement, and is going to feature artists and thinkers who are inspired to create a more unitive approach to anti-racism based on the teachings of Albert Murray and Ralph Ellison. Institute for Cultural Evolution Senior Fellow Greg Thomas will be presenting at the event along with a host of other public leaders in this space that we admire, including John Wood Jr., Chloé Valdary, and Thomas Chatterton Williams. This free event promises to be a watershed moment in the evolution of our national conversation about race and culture in America, and we are proud to be partners. You can register at the link below:
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Hard to imagine anyone really thinks there’s nothing to conserve or that no progress need be made ever again. Combination of the two traditions seems obviously needed.
We want to highlight this short clip from @DailyEvolver’s show this morning. You won't find a better minute-long description of political tribalism and how post-progressivism is needed to break its hold on us than this:
"a needed post-progressive approach to anti-racism"
The Journal of Free Black Thought's interview with @gregthomas22 has been republished in Post-Progressive Post.
Check it out! https://twitter.com/developolitics/status/1458529329076260867
@thomaschattwill is right: this stance is reflective of a tradition. It extends back to Frederick Douglass and is a tenet of @developolitics, the Post-Progressive movement. https://twitter.com/brhodes/status/1455731644141228037
Thomas Chatterton Williams gets it. This is what a post-progressive who doesn’t know it yet looks like.