Subverse Co-Founder and reporter Emily Molli joins us to discuss social media censorship, social politics, the centrist identity, and getting back to unbiased journalism.
Armoured Skeptic and Sho0nHead join us live to discuss the launch of the #MINDS IRL event series. Both Armoured and Shoe will be speaking on panels at the first event in New Jersey on Saturday 8/31/19!
Get your tickets here: https://irl.minds.com/new-jersey
Use promo code SKEPTIC or SHOE to receive 10% off on each ticket purchased.
Karen Straughan is a Canadian spokesperson for Men’s Rights. She is a producer and writer, known for My Thoughts Re Chris Cantwell (2017), Revenge of the Misogynerds (2017) and The Red Pill (2016). She is also a YouTube creator that creates videos criticizing feminism.
Claire Lehmann is the founder and editor of Quillette, one of the world's fastest growing platforms dedicated to free thought, reason, and heretical ideas. She is also a writer with a degree in psychology, and her work has appeared in Commentary, Scientific American, The Sydney Morning Herald and Psychology Today.
Today we have with us a most likable and down-to-earth Youtube creator, Matt Jarbo, aka Mundane Matt; His channel focuses on breaking down trending news stories and providing an angle that you probably wouldn't get from a mainstream news source - continuing to inform us all.
Matt's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxXUQuvoiIAlpM2osoAitjQ
Mythicist Milwaukee (MM) was a proud sponsor of the Muslim-American Leadership Alliance (MALA) Fundraiser in Chicago this week. At the event, MALA recognized nine community leaders with the President's Volunteer Service Award for their dedication, contribution, and commitment to volunteerism. This prestigious recognition is a civil award bestowed by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, celebrating the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world. Funds raised at the event benefit MALA's scholarship program - meant to empower a new generation of leaders by helping them to further their education.
MALA is a civic & community organization committed to promoting individual freedom, diversity, and celebrating heritage. They provide a platform for Muslim-Americans to share their stories, nurture emerging community leaders, and unite Americans of all backgrounds to advance constructive solutions to extremism and human rights abuses. In fact, MALA's founder, Zainab Zeb, is a 2016 UNICEF Chicago Humanitarian Service Award recipient - living their values through-and-through.
At MM, we're proud to promote furthering the education of youth. With higher education, students advance their abilities to have rational, intelligent conversations, and to understand commonalities between cultures and religions - narrowing divides and inherent bigotry.