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The Necessity and Complexity of the Black Revolutionary

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Eaton House @ Eaton DC

1203 K Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20005

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A conversation with Barrett Holmes Pitner of the Sustainable Culture Lab

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In honor of Black History Month, we must examine how much America needs the Black Revolutionary to cultivate hope and progress, yet America’s dependence on racial oppression and ethnocide also inclines American society to silence the Black Revolutionary in order to sustain our ethnocidal status quo. America does not want Black-led revolutions, yet this is what America desperately needs.

The complexity derives both from the juxtaposition of America’s silencing and dependence upon Black culture, and the importance of Black people cultivating peaceful actions to liberate America from our ethnocidal culture. This event will delve into how language and philosophy can launch a revolution, and the importance of Black-led ideas to provoke revolutionary change.

The Sustainable Culture Lab, a Washington, D.C.- based, Black-led cultural think tank, believes that language and philosophy must be the foundation of the revolutions that Black Americans must create. Barrett Holmes Pitner is the Founder and Philosopher-in-Chief of the Sustainable Culture Lab.

Doors open at 6pm

Refreshments served from 6:00pm - 6:45pm

Program begins at 6:45pm

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