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Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents : Ben Johnson Jr. Filmmaker and Storyteller

In the latest in my series “Visionaries and Truthtellers” I talk with scriptwriter Ben Johnson Jr. Ben is s filmmaker, writer, artist and dad of four. Have a listen as we discuss raising children, lovingly supporting their creative endeavors and why it’s never too late to accomplish your dreams and uplift humanity. If you enjoy… Read More »

Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents: Shariya’ Gray – The Black-Matician (video)

In the latest in my series “Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents” I talk with Shariya’ Gray – The Black-Matician. If you enjoy this video please tell your friends and share this page.

Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents: From The Price is Right to HIV activist (video)

Mark S. King is a writer, activist and overall great guy. We met a decade ago and he encouraged me to share my thoughts (on life as a black, gay middle aged man) online. Mark continues to challenge all forms of domination. Recently, the Association of LGBTQ journalists presented King with the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for the LGBTQ… Read More »

IDTALK4ED LIVE Episode #19 – Kwame Sarfo-Mensah talks with Anthony Carter (video)

It is always exciting to meet other black men committed to transforming themselves and the world. Please listen as we discuss millennials, education, great intergenerational relationships and how we can “Ask the Old Guy” for insight and get tools to create and sustain change. Enjoy!

Anthony on the Genesis Science Fiction Radio Series (audio)

Have a listen to a recent  conversation  on the GENESIS SCIENCE FICTION RADIO SERIES  between Anthony Carter and the award winning writer William Hiyashi. They cover the writing process, evolving identities, the Twilight Zone and bell hooks. Our goal with this chat is to examine the human condition and how we’re all responsible for uplifting… Read More »

Psst: Here’s the Secret for Eliminating All Stress in Your Life

For many years, I was awash in curiosity about sociopaths and their behavior. In my twenties, I jumped from one ill fated and doomed romance to another always stating these dumb ass responses for my behavior: He “should” love me. He “should” give me some kind of act right. He “should ” want to be… Read More »

Ask the Old Guy Speaks to His 20 Something Self

About twenty years ago, I took a huge risk, grew a set of larger-than-normal nuts and decided that I would write and perform characters. Each character, in my opinion, was bright, witty, interesting and had something to say. Each character was also a personality that would have never been given the opportunity to share their… Read More »

How to Recreate Your Family and Guarantee a Sense of Belonging

When children are born, they are looking in the faces of all these strange people with one question in mind- Do I belong here? What we are seeking from birth onward is the question: Am I worthy of connection? As a culture, we refuse to see it and recognize it as normal, healthy and human.… Read More »

What Fifty Years of Compassionate Impatience Can Get You

In this country, three factions can get away with telling the truth- mentally insane, small children and old folks. If you live long enough, you will get to spend some time in each category. Currently, I live and play behind door # 3. As I age, I find no reason to agree to bullshit I… Read More »

Don’t Read This Unless You Plan on Living to Be 1,000

Almost ten years ago, I made a personal vow to myself. My vow was all about committing to a life of artistic merit. My decision was to give myself fifty years to “make it” in the arts. While my idea of having made it has changed considerably over the years, my desire to constantly create… Read More »