Cori Wong who is a graduate student in the department of Philosophy here at Penn State working on affective embodiment and oppression.
I invited her to the Digital Dialogue because she and I have been been involved with a very interesting initiative designed to cultivate the public practice of philosophy.
This endeavor centers around the Public Philosophy Network website designed to cultivate, sustain and develop the practice of public philosophy.
Cori herself has been doing some very interesting work with YouTube that has recently received a great deal of popular success. In response to the YouTube video from a young women at UCLA who posted an anti-Asian racist rant about people talking in the library. Cori’s video, embedded below, has received almost 10,000 views at the time of this posting.