My preschool teacher used to call me “the grandfather” because I always wanted to make sure everyone in our class was taken care of. In elementary school, I spoke at a rally at city hall to call on the government to provide students with nutritional lunches. I have always had a natural inclination toward fighting for people’s rights. I believe in fairness and justice, and I always have.
I am a teacher, researcher, writer, artist, and activist. I have a Master’s in Global Affairs from New York University with a specialization in International Economic Development and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Rhode Island.
I love humans and the global environment we exist in. I have natural gravitated towards arts and social sciences. I spend all my time trying to take in as much information as possible from the best sources possible. I try to process and disseminate that information in a comprehensive manner with the purpose of promoting humanity, fairness of processes for all people, and sustainable existence.
I recently published “Another World IS Possible: Freedom, Economic Truth, and Creating a Society of Humanness.” You can find out more information, including how to purchase a copy on my home page.
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