Antonio maurice daniels

Antonio M. Daniels

Editor| Writer| Columnist|Published Scholar

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Antonio Maurice Daniels is a University of Wisconsin-Madison Research Associate in Education and Co-Founder and Vice Board Chairman of The Why You Initiative [YU?], a minister, theologian, grant writer, higher education finance consultant, university instructor, non-profit chief executive, published scholar, and Earl E. Hoffmann Fellow. Also, Daniels is an Editor and Columnist at The Good Men Project.

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The Good Men Project
06/07/2020
Understanding the George Floyd Uprisings - The Good Men Project

Too many whites and, unfortunately, too many blacks are communicating that they don't understand why many protests emerging after the lynching of George Floyd by corrupt white police officer Derek Chauvin-with lethal assistance from three other evil police officers, Thomas Lane, J.A. Kueng, and Tou Thao-in Minneapolis, Minnesota, feature some rioting, looting, violence, and significant property damage.

The Good Men Project
07/13/2020
Solidarity in the Black Lives Matter Movement - The Good Men Project

As the Black Lives Matter Movement has reached its most historic and important moment yet, in the wake of the abhorrent lynching of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, perpetrated by Derek Chauvin, a racist White police officer-with murderous assistance from three other officers, Thomas Lane, J.

The Good Men Project
06/15/2019
Writing Makes Space for Black Resistance - The Good Men Project

For many blacks in America, especially in the era of Trump, writing is not simply a creative or intellectual exercise; it's a vehicle that makes space for resistance, black resistance. Using various mediums to write, including blogs and social media platforms, black people express themselves openly and thoroughly to diverse public audiences.

The Good Men Project
07/08/2018
Running as a Trope of Black Resistance - The Good Men Project

From the inception of the barbaric and dehumanizing institution of slavery to the extant inspiring historical moment of Black Lives Matter, an organic citizens' movement for truth, justice, and equality, black resistance has been instrumental to demanding America to achieve her ideals of liberty, justice, and equality for all.

The Good Men Project
02/17/2020
Exposing Academic Fraud in Higher Education - The Good Men Project

Although significant attention has been devoted to academic fraud, the presenting of someone else's work as one's own, at online higher education institutions, and rightfully so, more focus is needed at brick and mortar colleges and universities, including prestigious higher education institutions.

The Good Men Project
03/07/2020
Drake: Unencumbered by Hyper-Masculine Critics - The Good Men Project

Without question, Drake has enjoyed remarkable success as an actor, singer, producer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. Since his arrival on the hip-hop scene, he has been well-received by millions of people across the globe, and Drake has proven to be a phenomenal talent that even his harshest critics cannot ignore.

The Good Men Project
07/22/2019
Black Male Hip-Hop and R 'n' B Artists Reflect on Fatherhood - The Good Men Project

When we lend our ears and eyes to various black male music artists, past and present, as they share their thoughts and experiences about fatherhood, we gain a greater appreciation of it. Although the American psyche is incessantly bombarded with pernicious and unrepresentative media accounts and characterizations of black fatherhood, mending this moral and racial injustice begins with media granting black fathers more opportunities to opine about fatherhood.

The Good Men Project
02/01/2021
Expose Fake Justice Activism - The Good Men Project

Much to my dismay, I often find the most visible and vociferous voices advocating for justice on social media are inauthentic and milquetoast voices. These folks are primarily interested in people clapping for them and amassing the most "likes," "loves," and retweets on social media.

The Good Men Project
04/27/2020
Faking Happiness Makes Your Unhappiness Transparent - The Good Men Project

Trying to fool people you're happy when you're not is a self-sabotaging practice; you're deceiving nobody and denying yourself time, space, and opportunities to heal and grow. Ostentatious displays of imaginary "happiness," especially following tragedy or heartbreak, does not reveal true happiness: it exposes your cowardice, your unwillingness to sit with the pain, the heartache you're confronting.

The Good Men Project
04/13/2020
Liberate Yourself From People Using You - The Good Men Project

When you transition to living a life free from allowing folks to take advantage of you, it's a liberating experience. It's not about revenge against those individuals who have used you; it's about giving yourself a chance to be, to live, to breathe.

The Good Men Project
05/19/2020
Everybody Doesn't Want You - The Good Men Project

If someone jokes around with you, it doesn't necessarily mean the person is seeking an intimate relationship with you-even if the jokes are sexual. When an individual gives you a compliment, it doesn't necessarily mean he or she desires an intimate relationship with you.

The Good Men Project
04/13/2020
Liberate Yourself From People Using You - The Good Men Project

When you transition to living a life free from allowing folks to take advantage of you, it's a liberating experience. It's not about revenge against those individuals who have used you; it's about giving yourself a chance to be, to live, to breathe.

The Good Men Project
04/20/2020
Don't Let Disappointment Defeat You - The Good Men Project

Disappointment is a natural part of the human experience; take time to learn from it-never hide from what it invites you to confront. One grows stronger when he or she learns to discover what disappointment offers, but fear causes people to attempt to bury the initial pain and restlessness it materializes.

Be Blogalicious
06/20/2013
Special Issue Spotlight: Black Male Mentorship by Antonio Maurice Daniels {Blogalicious Guest...

The Blogalicious theme for the month of June is Mentorship. We love to use our platform to spotlight unknown bloggers and community leaders. Today we'd like to extend a warm welcome to Antonio Maurice Daniels of Revolutionary Paideia. Black Male Underachievement Ends Where Mentoring Begins Extensive published research evidences that Black male students academically ...

The Good Men Project
08/31/2018
Twitter and Social Change - The Good Men Project

Although social media platforms, including Twitter, cannot be the only vehicles employed to achieve necessary social change, these platforms are vital to such change. With the power of the hashtag on Twitter, organizing for social change has become more efficient, permitting a growing number of people to join efforts for change.

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