Anthony Carter

Anthony Carter

At a Glance:

Anthony Carter has been a Project Contributor since February 2011, has written 49 entries and currently lives in Long Beach, CA.


Anthony Carter is a writer, actor and teacher.He is adjusting to life on the West Coast after years of being a theater rat in NYC. He is an incredible cook and looks forward to the day when all artists are well paid and highly respected.He utilizes his love of great literature, film and brilliant comedy and social commentary to write and constantly develop work that inspires and entertains. After surviving eighteen months of unemployment, he created a book, Strong Stuff, that is funny,engaging and hopeful.Check out his movie , Relentless, when it premieres in the late Spring as well as his comedy web series,Poison into Medicine, when it premieres in March 2011.

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How Wall Street Can Stay Greedy & Be Well Loved

Filed by Anthony Carter | December 06, 2011 | 11:00 AM | comments

I have taught and worked in a variety of places with a variety of young people and some annoying and not always productive adults. Money is not the issue here. We have to change our thinking.Read More

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HIV Receives Its First Hate Mail in 30 Years

Filed by Anthony Carter | December 05, 2011 | 4:00 PM | comments

Dear HIV, I am sending you this brief note because once again you have pissed me off.Read More

Thoughts on Why HIV Infection Rates Are Up for Young Black Men

Filed by Anthony Carter | October 22, 2011 | 2:00 PM | comments

It has often been said that knowledge is power. A very wise mentor of mine likes to say that it is the "application of knowledge" that gives us true power.Read More

How to Combat Rising HIV Rates in Young Black Men

Filed by Anthony Carter | October 20, 2011 | 11:00 AM | comments

As a mentor, I can offer the insight that is steeped in knowing how young people think and behave. I can give the "think of your future" nonsense a rest. I can actually "listen" to them give me the reasons and thinking behind their decisions.Read More


Does Success Equal Selling Out?

Filed by Anthony Carter | October 19, 2011 | 12:00 PM | comments

We had arrived. We were now firmly entrenched in the Black Middle Class. The only problem was that nobody told me.Read More