Breaking Apart the Single Story About School Shootings

As an educator, my frustration is that the labor or reconciliation continues to fall on teachers and students. The space for first response is always indicated as the classroom. And that is why the circumstances, rhetoric, and problem-solving approach remain the way they are. … More Breaking Apart the Single Story About School Shootings

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Protected: Removing Cells

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Unmasking The Youth Addiction Crisis (repost)

As armchair activists, these families seem to have enough prestige and familiarity with legislation as to demand redevelopment of drug law and policy on their terms. The shift puts a glaring light on the way Americans fight for white lives. One select group is differentiated from the rest of youth suffering from the same crisis, in the same way that one group of parents, out of millions nationwide, are given preferential grief and penalties that allow their children to get medical care over incarceration. … More Unmasking The Youth Addiction Crisis (repost)