The Streets Aren’t Safe

December 13, 2016 0

The streets aren’t safe. My best friend was harassed while waiting at a bus stop today, and I am livid. I’m angry that I wasn’t there to protect her, and angry at the senselessness and […]

Going Down A Dangerous Path

December 11, 2016 0

At the ceremony honoring retiring senator Harry Reid, former senator and candidate for President of the United States, Hillary Clinton, took time during her remarks to talk about the proliferation of fake news and it’s real […]

What Diane Ravitch Means To Me

December 7, 2016 0

Am I crazy? That’s what many of us had been wondering before we read Diane Ravitch. As teachers, parents and students, we noticed there was something terribly wrong with our national education policy. The Emperor […]

Resources for a Progressive Future

December 7, 2016 0

For some of us the Election of 2016 still stings. For others it’s galvanized a fight in us that we might not have seen before. With this in mind, I want to provide a collection […]

Justifying My 64 hour Work Week

December 5, 2016 0

Every semester I along with all my colleagues have to fill out a “Faculty Workload Analysis.” The analysis is part of the “Snyder Report” – much catchier than the official title, the “Instructional Output and […]

Put a Little Red in Your Black Friday

November 22, 2016 2

This Black Friday Support Activist Media! By now all of our mailboxes and inboxes are filled with sale flyers and “big savings” announcements as the official launch of the holiday shopping frenzy begins. We hope […]

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