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The Golden Apple Changing the Structure of Civilization, Aftermath Vol 3

The Golden Apple Changing the Structure of Civilization, Aftermath Vol 3 with author Edgar Ridley in Conversation with Dr. Jeff Menzise. Zoom Registration in event description.
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The Golden Apple Changing the Structure of Civilization, Aftermath Vol 3

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Nov 17, 2020, 7:00 PM EST
Zoom & Facebook Live (@SankofaDC)

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About the book:

Edgar  Ridley maintains for all time that symptomatic behavior will last  forever as a catalyst for behavior transformation that will lead to the  solving of the world’s most perplexing problems, including the conflicts  that we face, the health problems that we endure, which issues are  built primarily around racism and religion, causing health disparities  and military conflict.  According to the author, those problems and the  human condition that affect the quality of life can only be solved by  changing the mindset that produces symbolic behavior.

About the Author

Mr. Edgar Ridley is  Chairman of a global management consulting firm, Edgar J. Ridley and  Associates, based in New York. He has published four books, An  African Answer: The Key to Global Productivity; Symbolism Revisited –  Notes on the Symptomatic Thought Process; The Golden Apple: Changing the  Structure of Civilization – Volume I, and Volume 2 – Evidence of  Symptomatic Behavior. His  research interest focuses on cognitive semiotics and the effect of  symbol systems on human neurological processes as well as the damage  that symbol systems have caused to human behavior throughout  civilization.

About Dr. Jeff Menzise:

Jeff  Menzise is a proud graduate of two of our finest HBCUs, receiving his  Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Fisk University in Psychology and  Clinical Psychology, respectively. He finished up his academic training  at Howard University majoring in Clinical Psychology with a minor in  Developmental Psychology. Along with his Ph.D., Menzise earned a  graduate certificate in International Studies with a concentration in  Political Science and Information & Culture. A native of Cincinnati,  Ohio,he maintains his professional and social ties to his hometown by  serving as a consultant to several grassroots organizations, educators,  and his fraternal lodge: St. John’s No. 3, PHA.

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