Please join The Saturday Free School and friends on April 28 at the Mother Bethel AME Church for a deep study and discussion of the philosophical, political, and artistic achievements of three great thinkers: the intrepid Dr. W.E.B Du Bois, the inimitable Paul Robeson, and the eternal Dr. King. I first read about Paul RobesonContinue reading “Robeson, King, and Du Bois: A Cosmic Triad Of Peace-Makers”
I completed this painting recently and it has become a constant point of reflection throughout this year, during which we have committed ourselves to an intensive study of W.E.B Du Bois’s thought and practice in Philadelphia. In his 1928 novel Dark Princess, the eponymous heroine, Kautilya reminds an audience of leaders hailing from the darkContinue reading “The Black Buddha, after W.E.B Du Bois”
Peace, in all of its tireless infinitude, is not only possible; it is the only human destiny worth fighting for.
Minerva’s Perch is a blog about humanity and the struggle for world peace and civilization in the twenty-first century of the Prince of Peace. It studies and comments on the political landscape of the world and the role that the darker races must play in order the overcome what the great W.E.B Du Bois identifiedContinue reading “About”