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Inclusionism is a code of equity. Let's talk about it here.

@Inclusionism James Felton Keith

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Inclusionism is a code of equity. Let's talk about it here.

    Show #43 Inclusionism with Stan Altman of SAE NY

    Show #43 Inclusionism with Stan Altman of SAE NY

    JFK sits down with Stan Altman, Board President, Science and Arts Engagement New York, Inc.

    A tireless innovator with vast knowledge across disciplines, Stan Altman has been a seminal figure in higher education both as an administrator and teacher. A former interim President of Baruch College, where he's currently Professor in the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, he has initiated interdisciplinary programs among branches of CUNY and the private sector. These innovative programs include the Baruch College-Rubin Museum of Art Project, the CUNY-IBM Watson competition and other experiential learning opportunities. They have connected technology, business social services and the arts with the goal of promoting student empowerment. Dr. Altman has been a strong background in technology and social systems emphasizing interdisciplinary collaborations. He is one of the co-founders of the Harlem Gallery of Science. He is currently a visiting Professor at the City College of New York.

    He graduated from City College in 1963 with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and earned an MS from Purdue University and a doctorate in systems science from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. Dr. Altman's early career involved research into the design of parallel computers, computer-based information systems and transportation systems.

    He was one of an early vanguard of professionals with strong applied mathematics and engineering backgrounds who applied their skills to the delivery of public services and in later years to the study of health systems. In the process, he developed a powerful cross-disciplinary approach to problem solving. Dr. Altman's expertise and areas of interest include strategic planning, improving the productivity of public services, nonprofit management, health policy and social entrepreneurship. He has served as a consultant to the RAND Corporation, the Institute for Defense Analysis, Citicorp and numerous New York City and non-profit agencies. Among his accomplishments was the development of Project MATCH, a building superintendent training program for New York City owned housing, and Project SCORECARD, a system for rating the cleanliness of New York City Streets. His career also demonstrates his commitment to service through his volunteer work both in New York City and in Southern India. He has created several for-profit and non-profit organizations, including Healing Hearts, a 501(c) that raises funds for a hospital and research center in India.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    James Felton Keith on Data as Labor

    James Felton Keith on Data as Labor

    While on quarantine with COVID19 James Felton Keith recorded some thoughts on how to fix the economic woes exploited by Coronavirus. He stated that we can establish more ownership stakes of the property in the economy, namely ownership of the data in the economy that he suggests creates. He suggests that giving people new property that can;t be taken away from them is a way to create a universal basic income, or an income structure via a universal ownership of the world's productivity.

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    Show #42 Inclusionism with Artist Keiko Sono on Andrew Yang's run

    Show #42 Inclusionism with Artist Keiko Sono on Andrew Yang's run

    JFK sits down with Keiko Sono to talk about how it felt to be an Asian American and witness Andrew yang's campaign.

    Keiko Sono, an artist, turned permaculturist and universal basic income supporter. Keiko's work has "one fundamental goal: to connect us to the world—to other beings, the natural environment, or objects; in present, past or future; in absurdity, wit, or utter beauty." She uses visual media, video, and text to create events and projects that focus on connections. She and I get to speak about why she left art and how she fell back in love with it, the work that she’s currently doing to connect people to people and people to place, how permaculture principles now shape her life and something she's very passionate about, universal basic income. You can find all the details on her Catskill Waters Project including links to the Youtube channel and podcast here, https://catskillwaters.org/

    • 49 min
    Show #41 Inclusionism with Money Hub NYC Founder Mohammed Faisal

    Show #41 Inclusionism with Money Hub NYC Founder Mohammed Faisal

    JFK sits down with Mohammad Faisal. Founder of MoneyHubNYC.org to talk about the state of adding entrepreneurship and confidence to the education system.

    Mohammed Faisal graduated class of 2016 from The City College of New York with a B.A. in Economics. His focus was on macroeconomics studies, social economics empowerment and strategic management. During college he became a Colin Powell Community Engagement fellow when his project plan for The Money Hub was chosen for implementation. After graduating, he continues to advance the mission of The Money Hub. He grew up in Queens, NY and holds the city close to his heart. His passion lies in his love for his family and friends, sports, technology, and the pursuit of knowledge. He envisions financial literacy becoming the trending topic to educate and improve the quality of life for many.

    • 48 min
    Show #40 Inclusionism with Author Minda Harts

    Show #40 Inclusionism with Author Minda Harts

    JFK sits down with Minda Harts, author of The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Do To Secure A Seat At The Table. This book is a first of its kind of Black and Women of Color.

    Minda Harts is a well-connected, sought after speaker and thought-leader, frequently speaking on topics of Advancing Women of Color, Leadership, Equity, and Entrepreneurship. In 2018, Minda was named as one of 25 Emerging Innovators by American Express. Minda is an assistant professor of public service of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and the founder of The Memo LLC, a career development company for women of color. Secure The Seat is her weekly career podcast for women of color. Minda has been a featured speaker at Tedx Harlem, Bloomberg, Google, SXSW, Universities and Colleges, and various Corporations. Minda is the best-selling author of The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Know To Secure A Seat At The Table with Hachette Book Group; Seal Press (Available anywhere). Minda is accepting speaking engagements please contact her at mindaharts.com

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    Show #39 Inclusionism with Entrepreneur Dele Atanda

    Show #39 Inclusionism with Entrepreneur Dele Atanda

    JFK sits down with Dele Atanda – Entrepreneur, Innovator, Future Hacker to talk about both the value of data and data sovereignty.
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    Dele Atanda is a serial entrepreneur and acclaimed digital visionary. He is CEO of metaMe, the world’s first Self-Sovereign AI and Clean Data Marketplace, and founder of The Internet.Foundation, an NGO dedicated to advancing the ethical use of data in commerce while establishing digital rights as an extension of human rights. Atanda is a celebrated
    innovator having led digital innovations for Fortune 100 companies that have become the gold standard for digital engagement within their sectors. Atanda has been a pioneering voice on the emergence of web 3.0 technologies, notably with his critically acclaimed book The Digitterian Tsunami: Web 3.0 and the Rise of the N.E.O Citizen published in 2013. He is an avid advocate of the potential of decentralized technologies to advance humanity while positively and dramatically transforming society.

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