“Nothing to Be Ashamed Of”: My Students on Ethnic Studies – The Intersection: Culture and Race in Schools – Education Week Teacher

Learning about other cultures gives students the capability to be more empathetic and understanding to the diverse world they inhabit. View full post on Education Week: Bullying #pso #htcs #b4inc Read More The post “Nothing to Be Ashamed Of”: My Students on Ethnic Studies – The Intersection: Culture and Race…

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Race: the story of Jesse Owens

Kimberly M. Fletcher and Stephan James Race, the story of Olympic gold medalist, Jesse Owens is a powerful movie that will hit theaters on February 19th, 2016.  The movie stars Stephan James as Mr. Owens, Jason Sudeikis as Larry Snyder, and a host of other note-worthy actors.  This powerful drama…

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CPUT students in race clash

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Cape Town – Students at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) were embroiled in violent racial clashes on Thursday, leaving some with head wounds. Lectures were halted and the university was in lockdown while vehicles were prevented from entering or leaving….

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The Cosby scandal, race and rape culture

Few subjects can spark such sharp divisiveness and heated rhetoric as a high-profile sexual assault scandal. The recent allegations against Bill Cosby have all the ingredients to create a media firestorm and a furious public debate. The story boasts provocative details, a long list of accusers, and the potential undoing…

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The “war on drugs” is nothing more but a war on race

Another reckless act has been committed by police officers in the nation.  Unfortunately, this time the victim is a toddler.   Habersham County Sheriff, Joey Terrell, is in the hot seat after the execution of a no knock warrant that resulted in severe burns to a 1-year-old child early Wednesday.  The…

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