Oct 1, 2021 • 1HR 46M

Art, Entertainment, and Social Justice Cultism

 
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Performer and social commentator Clifton Duncan engages in penetrating discussion with dynamic artist-philosophers, delving into major issues of our modern era at the tumultuous intersection of Art, Culture, and Society.

A liberal who spent twenty years in “the SJW Cult,” Keri Smith offers firsthand experience on the Social Justice Left and its growing influence in mainstream culture.

Smith is the co-founder and co-host of the Unsafe Space podcast, and the founder of Civility Dinners, which aims to bridge the political divide through conversation. A self-described “former SJW,” Smith is best known for her writing, lectures and podcasts addressing her old belief system.

In this inaugural episode of "The Clifton Duncan Podcast", Smith and Duncan draw from their experience in the entertainment industry to offer insider perspectives on the impact of Social Justice ideology, why it's actually a cult, and how it has influenced art and artists.

Keri can also be found on Twitter and Instagram!

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