Jan 30, 2020
What if the real world isn’t 'REAL' but just some kind of computer program?
Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg) speaks here with Riz Virk @Rizstanford
As Virk (Treasure Hunt, 2017) puts it, “The fundamental question raised by the Simulation Hypothesis is: Are we all actually characters living inside some kind of giant,...
Jan 23, 2020
Claudia Cragg speaks with Dr. Jennifer Neitzel of the Educational Equity Institute. Their mission is to facilitate authentic engagement and relationships that empower communities to guide the work of systems change throughout the halls of learning nationwide.
Barriers to educational equity include disproportionate...
Jan 18, 2020
Today is the 127 anniversary of what many Hawaiians consider to
be an "illegal occupation" of their lands.
On Jan. 17, 1893, Queen Lili`uokalani of the independent kingdom of Hawai`i was overthrown as she was arrested at gunpoint by U.S. Marines.
Native Hawaiians say they are now fighting to stop the...
Jan 16, 2020
As of production time, the 2020 Presidential Race has only 'Old White Men' contenders. We could debate why endlessly, but perhaps something deeper is at play?
Claudia Cragg (@ClaudiaCragg) speaks here with Max Klau, (@maxklau) who as a Harvard doctoral student was researching the topic of 'youth leadership'. Klau...
Jan 8, 2020
Claudia Cragg (@claudiacragg) speaks here with Devin Fergus (@devin_fergus), the Distinguished Professor of History and Black Studies, at the University of Missouri, about his new book, '"Land of the Fee: The Decline of the Middle Class and the Making of the New World Financial Order".
"Consumer financial fees...