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Dr. Anthony Monteiro

Associate Director

Institute for the Study of Race & Social Thought

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Institute for the Study of Race & Social Thought

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Professor of African American Studies

Temple University


African American Studies Department..



University of Chicago


Lincoln University




Temple University

honorary doctorate degree

Lincoln University

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Dr. Anthony Monteiro, Assoc. Director, Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought, Temple Univ.

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Some of the noted faces were Anthony Monteiro, distinguished lecturer and associate director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University; Donald Tibbs, associate law professor at Drexel's Earle Mack School of Law; Gabriel Bryant and Shesheena Bray, activists for Sankofa Community Empowerment; Patrice Armstead, grassroots organizer and co-founder of Building People's Power; and Paul "S.

"Before we get into the debate of justice and equality for our youth, we have to first define what justice for Trayvon means," Monteiro said, jump-starting the discussion.
"What we have always wanted is change, and [the time for] urgent change [is] now," Monteiro said.

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"The REAL Martin Luther King" with Professor Tony Monteiro

This week, as America marks the birthday of one of its greatest leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King, Eric sits down with Professor Tony Monteiro to discuss King's life and legacy.
Specifically, Eric and Tony examine who King really was by destroying the false narrative that has been constructed by the ruling class.
Eric and Tony ground their analysis in the political and discursive issues of King's time and relate them directly to the major events and struggles of today.
Tony Monteiro is Professor of African-American Studies at Temple University. He is a veteran political activist and organizer as well as an internationally renowned scholar of W.E.B. DuBois. Professor Monteiro is also the Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University.
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There will be a panel discussion after the film featuring documentary filmmaker Louis Massiah, political scholar Anthony Monteiro, and film archivist Kate Pourshariati immediately following the screening.

Anthony Monteiro, Ph.D.
Anthony Monteiro teaches in the Department of African American Studies and is co-director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University. He has a long activist history in civil rights, Black power, African liberation and anti- death penalty work. He received his BA from Lincoln University, attended the University of Chicago under a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, and received his PhD in sociology from Temple University. He has taught at the University of the Sciences, Rutgers University, Drexel University, and the University of Pennsylvania. He has published over 100 articles on topics related to Black people and global politics and economics. Dr. Monteiro was a delegate to the 6th Pan-African Congress held in Dar Es Salaam. He also participated in the conference held in Havana in 1990. He was a guest of the Angolan government in 1976 at its independence. He worked closely with the ANC and SWAPO during the struggles against apartheid. In 2000 he received an honorary doctorate degree from Lincoln University. Dr. Monteiro's current book projects include W.E.BDu Bois and the Study of Black Humanity and a volume coedited with Professor Martin Kilson of Harvard University titled One Hundred Years of Black Philadelphia.

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Speaker: Dr. Anthony Monteiro, Associate Director - Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought,Temple University

Anthony Monteiro is a Distinguished Lecturer in African-American Studies and Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University, where he teaches courses on African-American social and political thought. He is well known for his work on W.E.B. Du Bois and the building of political institutions in the Philadelphia black community, especially those in Northern Philadelphia. His many publications include two forthcoming books-one on analytical Marxism and another on the importance of W.E.B. Du Bois's thought for a philosophy of human science.

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