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The unifying concept of “inalienable rights” that belong universally to all God’s children have been distorted by our secular elites into notions of “tribal rights” and “identity politics.” The predictable result is rising levels of tribalism, divisiveness, polarization and (eventually) violence. We see a path to regain the moral high ground by exposing the culture of tribalism and divisive group retribution politics by recovering the timeless concept of universal rights for all human beings. The centerpiece of this educational movement is a reteaching of the work of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The aim is to create a new wineskin to re-teach the authentic American tradition of universal, fundamental rights to a new generation.
Matthew Daniels, J.D., Ph.D. was raised by a single mother in a section of Spanish Harlem with the highest rate of violent crime in New York City. When Dr. Daniels was eight years old, his mother was the victim of a serious violent crime that left her partially disabled. She went on welfare and remained on a welfare income for the remainder of her life.
After attending inner-city public schools in New York City, Daniels received a full scholarship to Dartmouth College where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1985. He later received a Public Interest Law Scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he obtained both his law degree and a Master’s in Public Administration. He was subsequently awarded a doctoral fellowship in American Politics to study judicial policymaking and the rule of law at Brandeis University.
Dr. Daniels is the Founder & Co-Director of the Center for Law and Digital Culture at Brunel Law School in London, England, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Handong International Law School in Pohang, South Korea. He has also served as an affiliate faculty member at the George Mason University School of Business in Washington, DC, where he developed a course on the protection of human rights online together with a team of faculty from GMU Law School and the GMU School of Business.
Mr. Anthony Jones is Associate Provost/Assistant Vice-President for Enrollment Management at Howard University in Washington, DC. In this capacity he oversees the units of Admissions, Enrollment Services, Enrollment Systems, Student Financial Aid, Registrar and Student Accounts. His responsibility includes providing strategic direction to the University enrollment objectives and administering a budget of over $300 million in operational and student aid funds.
Anthony has appeared on Fox New-Los Angeles and been quoted in publications such as the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, US News & World Report, HR Executive Magazine, India Management Magazine and Ebony. He has spoken nationally to such groups as the American Council on Education, General Electric, Illinois Association of Educational Opportunities Program Personnel, Society for Human Resource Management, University of California at Berkeley, National YMCA Black Achievers and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida. To help individuals maximize their life experience, Anthony has also published the book and workbook, Success by Design: Becoming the Person You Were Destined to Be.
Along with serving at Howard, Anthony has administered as Director of Global Diversity at the Convergys Corporation and led recruitment for INROADS, Inc. as the National Director for Recruitment Services with clients including Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, and IBM. Pertaining to the Higher Education industry, Anthony functioned as Vice-President of Enrollment Management at both Fisk University and DePauw University.
Anthony has been a member of the Council of Independent Colleges Executive Leadership Academy, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Reaffirmation Committee, and Committee Chair for the National Association of College, Deans, Registrars and Admission Officers, along with other professional organizations. He is the recipient of the Lafourche Education Foundation Distinguish Graduate Award, Most Outstanding Employee Renaissance Award of Fisk University, and the Education Equal Opportunity Group, Save-A-Student Award.
Anthony has been active in the community, serving as a member of the board for Mercy Health Partners Hospital System, Leadership Ohio, Cincinnati Music Hall's May Festival, and the Tommie Lewis, Sr. Scholarship Fund. He was chair of the Development Committee for the Salvation Army of Nashville and chaired fundraising efforts for the $1.5 million Darlene Bishop Home for Life. He is a member of the Leadership Cincinnati Alumni Association and has been selected for Who’s Who in Black Cincinnati. Anthony also served as vice-president of the Port Huron Kiwanis Club, and was a member of the Conference Board New York, St. Clair Community College Diversity Committee and Grants Committee for St. Clair County Community Foundation.
Anthony is a Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Fisk University, holds a Masters Degree from Vanderbilt University and a certification in Diversity Management from the University of Houston.