This interesting article looks at the language we use about history — especially that of the Civil War (or should it be called War of Rebellion):
“This wasn’t just an event in history; it wasn’t something that just happened and is over. The things that could bring about an atrocity of this magnitude — those were human things, and that potential is still in people.
“The “I, Too, Am Harvard” photo campaign explores the diverse experience that black students at Harvard have to face.”
This happens everywhere, but these students share their experiences and their messages to others:
When the Chancellor of the University of Illinois didn’t cancel classes due to weather, some people took to the Internet, with racist and sexists comments. How she responded is the real story!
Maps can show us many things — here are some interesting ones!
Gina Crosley-Corcoran examines insterectionality and the relationship between socioeconomic status and race.
Germany’s changing demographics due to immigration, especially of Muslim Turks, present problems and opportunities. This article examines the addition of lessons in Islam in the public education system in response to those changes.