Dante Kirkman
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  • Palo Alto, CA
  • United States
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High School Student
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Palo Alto Senior High School
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Environment, Justice, Technology, Youth
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My name is Dante Kirkman and I’m a high school student, writer and media artist from Palo Alto, California. My work expresses my viewpoint and experience as a Black youth coming of age in 21st century America. My work, which often focuses on social justice themes, has been published, exhibited and awarded at the state, national and international level.

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Trump vs. Carnegie: A Debate on Nationalism

Posted on December 26, 2016 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

     To find out whether nationalism is an asset or a hindrance in today’s globalized world, we decided to arrange a debate via time travel between Donald Trump and Andrew Carnegie. Both men have in common their track records as successful businessmen, but they also have very different views about the role of citizens and nations in society. On the one hand, Carnegie left a legacy through his writings and philanthropy that speaks to his global outlook. On the other…

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