Author: Cameron Obioha

Cameron Obioha is from Columbia, South Carolina, and majored in Philosophy, Politics, Law major with a music minor. As a baritone and member of Emory University Concert Choir for all four years of his collegiate career, he served as Concert Choir’s president for the last two school years. While studying in Atlanta, Cameron maintained close ties to home as a museum educator and program coordinator of the Museum Apprenticeship Volunteer Program at EdVenture Children’s Museum in downtown Columbia. Here at Emory, Cameron has served on the Emory College Appeal Panel as a hearing board member and as a student investigator for Emory College’s Honor Council.
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A Curated Playlist: Revolutionary Music

While equally inspired by the numerous jazz courses that allowed him to conduct research on African-American musical history, Cameron was inspired to submit his work to the Journal of Society, Politics, and Ethics by his advisor and mentor Dr. Dilek Huseyinzadegan, his participation in PHIL 220 (Fall 2020) and PHIL 488W (Fall 2021), and the wonderful dialogue regularly created amongst his peers in those courses. He was particularly influenced by Iris Marion Young, Audre Lorde, Silvia Federici, and Grace Lee Boggs’s interpretation of revolution in The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the Twenty-First Century throughout the course of his studies in political philosophy. Cameron sincerely thanks his mom, dad, Kelvin, Dr. H, and all of his peers in 220 and 488 for all of their encouragement, support, and guidance throughout his undergraduate career at Emory. After graduating from Emory University in May, Cameron will attend Mercer University School of Law in the fall.