mboya\rogers can you hear me law
..the impregnable, hermetic way class and power work in America. In private rooms, around tables full of expensive food, middle-aged white men agree to help each other out. They write complimentary books about each other, they introduce each other to people who can cut seven-figure checks, and they trade yet more invitations to other, even more private rooms..
from Adam Rogers (@jetjocko) via this fb share by nadia: epstein and power of networks about science and scientists et al: https://www.wired.com/story/jeffrey-epstein-and-the-power-of-networks/
also from this image Arwa Mboya paints of sitting in a room for 15 min with a clock ticking down.. reminding you of the time you have to give your pitch:
My friend and student Arwa Mboya (@RuMboya) published a strong, brave and smart piece in The Tech today demanding that Joi Ito resign: https://t.co/Hm0TSx1jJK
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/EthanZ/status/1167027097191235590
what we need is tech imaginative enough (arwa’s focus tech/imagination) to listen to every voice everyday.. in spaces where people have nothing to prove.. a place they can truly express/hear themselves.. that’s the only way we’ll get to global fittingness
ie: tech as it could be..
can you hear me
jillian (@jilliancyork) tweeted at 5:55 AM – 30 Aug 2019 :
Want to talk to me about why (and how!) you believe in free expression? Hit me up, would love to interview you. (http://twitter.com/jilliancyork/status/1167405595810566144?s=17)
it’s not free expression just because ie: you can hear me; i get to choose between a finite set of choices; i feel freer than i was; ..
Because the complicity goes all the way up, these problems require people with great power to fix them.
Joi Ito has the humility to understand that change is imperative…t
mufleh humanity law: we have seen advances in every aspect of our lives except our humanity– Luma Mufleh