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Changing the Moral Mind


In 2013, the term Street Epistemology (SE) was coined by Dr. Peter Boghossian. SE is a set of conversational tools that help people reflect on the quality of their reasoning and calibrate their confidence in a belief to the reason and evidence they have for that belief. It does so in a civil, non-confrontational manner that aims to help participants feel at ease, especially when reflecting upon controversial issues. 

In 2022, Reid Nicewonder, president of Street Epistemology International (SEI) developed the next iteration of SE, termed “Spectrum Street Epistemology” (SSE). Using only sidewalk tape or chalk, SSE uses a 7-point Likert scale with line designations ranging from “Strongly Agree” to “Strongly Disagree.” In SSE, participants physically indicate the strength of their belief by standing on a corresponding line. Peter has practiced SSE throughout the US, and in the UK, Hungary, Romania, Australia, and Puerto Rico. You can find these conversations on Peter’s YouTube channel.

“Conversations with Peter Boghossian” is a show with guests and topics relevant to the “culture war.”  

Subscribe to Peter’s Youtube Channel to receive notifications of our latest productions. All videos are also on Rumble and Odysee.

You can also listen to this series on Apple, Spotify, Amazon and many other platforms.

Drum Roll, Please! We are delighted to announce WINNERS of the NPA Video Contest!

THIRD PLACE, $100 Prize, Skirt Go Spinny with “It’s Science”

 You can find Skirt Go Spinny on Youtube and Twitter.

SECOND PLACE, $500 Prize, Joshua W. Helms with “The Warrior”

 You can find Joshua on Twitter and Instagram.

FIRST PLACE, $5,000 Prize, Shannon Duffy with “The Current Climate”

 You can find Shannon on Instagram.

The ideology dominating our academic institutions goes by many names: Social Justice, Critical Social Justice, DEI, Wokeism, etc. Regardless of the name, the result is the same: universities are replacing the liberal prime directive of seeking truth with an illiberal quest to enforce intolerant doctrines. Students, faculty, and staff across the country are under pressure to suppress dissenting viewpoints and parrot approved dogma, particularly on fashionable orthodoxies regarding gender, race, economics, and history.

Every dollar you donate to an ideologically captured university is a nudge toward censorship and ideological entrenchment. You can make a difference by ceasing donations and communicating your support for free expression and open inquiry. 

Based on the latest report from the non-partisan Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) and College Pulse, we have created EMAIL TEMPLATES to send to the colleges that rank among the worst for free speech. 


This five-episode series sheds light on NPR’s biased journalism. Peter Boghossian and Matt Thornton analyze NPR stories, former NPR fans describe why they stopped listening, and award-winning journalist Gina Gambony discusses why public radio should break ranks with NPR. You can even buy All Things Re-Considered merchandise at cost!

Episodes can be found on YouTube. You can also listen to the show as a podcast on Apple, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, and many other platforms.

In the Reverse Q&A Tour,  Peter visited universities with his film team. He listened to student experiences with Critical Social Justice on campus and in the classroom, ran Street Epistemology exercises, and taught students how to speak across ideological divides. 

We visited seven universities; however, Yale and Brown administrators blocked our student hosts.  In place of these canceled events, we added Reverse Q&A’s at Portland State University and the University of Oregon.

Other productions:

In brief one-minute videos, Woke in Plain English translates terms from wokish into plain English. Peter unpacks terms like, “Diversity,” “Equity,” “Inclusion,” “White Fragility,” and “Rape Culture.”

In these brief videos, Dr. Bruce Gilley, currently the most hated man at Portland State University, explores what decolonization is and what it means when someone says they want to “decolonialize” schools, curricula, and institutions. 

Author and journalist Nancy Rommelmann shares her insights from years of reporting on antifa.

Dr. Lyell Asher explains what caused universities to descend into madness.
Dr. Asher focuses on the role ed schools played and continue to play in the ideological capture of our institutions.

This three-part series explains Ibram X. Kendi’s (Ibram Henry Rogers) best-selling children’s book, Antiracist Baby.

Jodi Shaw, a former Smith College employee, talks about what happened to her at Smith and why it is so important to speak up when faced with injustice.

In September and October of 2022, Peter travelled throughout Hungary and Romania and recorded Spectrum Street Epistemology videos with strangers. The conversations are extraordinary, as is the contrast with American participants.

New videos will be released Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 1:00 PM PT. Subscribe to Peter’s Youtube Channel to receive notifications. All videos are also on Rumble

Author and 5th-degree jiu-jitsu black belt Matt Thornton speaks candidly about violence, Antifa, and BLM. Rarely will you hear someone so knowledgeable speak with such clarity on these complex topics.


Peter teams up with Drs. Gilley and Lindsay and create an easy-to-read guide to interpret the language of Social Justice. 


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