Welcome to Revolutionary Paideia!
My name is Antonio Maurice Daniels, a Ph.D. student and Research Associate in Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My dominant research interests are the academic achievement of Black male students throughout the educational pipeline and ecological sustainability in higher and postsecondary education.
Revolutionary Paideia is a cultural commentary blog offering daily pieces on many diverse topics, including education, sports, personal development, black culture, popular culture, and current events. You can have all daily pieces from Revolutionary Paideia arrive in your email inbox daily by subscribing to the site (the location is on the left side of the homepage). Follow me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/paideiarebel. Also, follow Revolutionary Paideia on Facebook here: Revolutionary Paideia.
Revolutionary Paideia strives to engage you in serious discourses on manifold topics that aim to improve you and the world in which we reside. This site values the exploration of ideas and looks to find solutions to many of the complex challenges and problems we face in the postmodern epoch.
I have published widely in academic publications and popular online publications, including Soul Train, Mused Magazine, Healthy Black Men Magazine, The Black Man Can, The Examiner, For The Masses and Up 4 Discussion. I also have the distinct privilege to be a Writer for Lunjeal Music Group, featuring young gospel music star Jekalyn Carr.
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