When I think of all of the concepts I teach (or try to), there is one that is the clear ‘winner’ because of its difficulty in achieving student acceptance and understanding: Privilege. Sure, students aren’t always quick to pick up … Continue reading →
Bah humbug. For more information, check out The Representation Project, watch Miss Representation, or read Geena Davis’s two easy ways to fix this whole media mess.
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In honor of both the March on Washington and Women’s Equality Day, one must remember that the fight for justice is neverending. Suffragists march on Madison Avenue in 1917.