Ulysses Butch Slaughter
Advocating radical, relentless reconciliation.
Alchemist. Artist. Alpha.
A Conscientious Delco Pause
Ulysses and citizens in Delaware County, PA are calling for a pause: A Conscientious Delco Pause. As the entire world spirals toward unprecedented and potentially dangerous realities, Ulysses joins conscientious citizens for pause and consideration.
Pause with us Monday January 25, 2021 at 6PM.
Perpetual Pandemic Racism
Ulysses "Butch" Slaughter and a team of cultural thought leaders engage Delaware County Council, Pennsylvania in a live, online community conversation focused on the historic negligence of government and corporations that contribute to community distrust and the vast pre-existing conditions that influence COVID “cases” in the Black community.
This presentation was recorded December 17, 2020 4PM ET.
Another Chester Story
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"Pre-existing conditions " Film and discussion 4:30PM ET
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Crucial content for critical times
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A 30-minute lecture about leading your family in tough times. Each participant receives a 20-minute private consultation.
Why Our Children Hate:
How Black Adults Betray Black Children
Eric K. Grimes and Ulysses "Butch" Slaughter reissue an alarm first sounded in 2006. One PDF version. 108 Pages
Ulysses builds a historic apology for a Philadelphia tragedy
MOVE history matters today
The world is watching again
"Black of All Trades."
Ulysses is an uncommon visionary. He is an author. He is a filmmaker. He is a producer. He is an architect of extraordinary ideas.
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Advancing The MOVE Apology in Philadelphia
Ulysses serves as chief architect and advocate for The MOVE Apology in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In partnership with countless concerned global citizens, he seeks official acknowledgement of persistent pain and promotes radical redemption for many people harmed by the city's worst self-inflicted wound.