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[Video] Black Innovators and Entrepreneurs Under Capitalism (OCON 2015)

Black Innovators and Entrepreneurs Under CapitalismSomeday I will be able to attend the Objectivist Summer Conference, OCON, but until then at least the Ayn Rand Institute posts videos of some of the presentations, such Andrew Bernstein’s talk about great black innovators in the United States, including the first self-made female millionaire in ┬áhistory, Madame C.J. Walker. He discusses not only examples of the amazing successes achieved by black’s in the United States but also the obstacles they had to overcome to succeed.

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Podcast Roundup for September 16

Here are links to this week’s podcasts that I find to be interesting and informative.

Philosophy in Action with Dr. Diana Hsieh

  • Identifying central purpose
  • Immanuel Kant on sex
  • Becoming an educated voter
  • Atheists patronizing religious businesses

The Objectivism Seminar

  • Continuing discussion on “Free Market Revolution”
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