Joy of Fishes
Ta-Nehisi Coates responds to purveyors of “political brutality” calling for peace and nonviolence in Baltimore:
When nonviolence is preached as an attempt to evade the repercussions of political brutality, it betrays itself.
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melt your mind
Race has a hold on history but no longer has a place in science. The sheer instability and potential for misinterpretation render race useless as a scientific concept.
Diversity NZ reblogged this on Diversity New Zealand • Philip Patston.
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DJ's Reflections in a Crazed Mirror
No wonder the common man sinks in defeat
We give our lives over to polis and priests
In orgasmic pleasure the rich man doth feast – … 12 more words
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A Cocktail Napkin
“We will work in groups for this project.” There they are—some of the most dreaded words in the university classroom as we know it. What responses do these words evoke? 929 more words
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Cross-posted at CassondraPuls.com.
International education issues do not always hit the headlines or trend on Twitter, but one day a couple of weeks ago, two such stories did. 743 more words
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SPOILERS: The very first part of Ernest Hemmingway’s The Old Man and the Sea is summarized in what follows.
Ernest Hemmingway’s The Old Man and the Sea begins by getting to know Santiago, an elderly fisherman. 529 more words
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