A poem about feelings I have thinking about a surgery in a few hours.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
Responding Academically: “You Think Criminals Will Obey Laws?”
Laws do serve many important purposes.
Verisimilitudinous Democracy: Neo-Voter Suppression and the Age of the Inability to do Anything
We face the same problems in new ways and with new consequences.
Every thing is (not) about race!
An explanation of “every thing is not about race” and how misguided it is.
Life-size replica showing the amount of space enslaved people had on the Middle Passage.
As I have written about already, my class of four (five counting me) in African American History was absolutely outstanding. I’ll write more about it soon, too. I wanted to share part of Tim’s project, and lucky for you (!), he gave permission to do so. (Make sure to check out the blog he createdContinue reading “Life-size replica showing the amount of space enslaved people had on the Middle Passage.”
A Century and Two Great Ages of Consensus: Politics and History Repeating
Read about the Liberal Consensus and the Conservative Consensus.
Why it might not be such a good idea for Harriet Tubman to be on the twenty dollar bill.
The problem relates to historical memory.
A Careful Response to: “To be a criminal is also a choice” – Hidden Power of Words Series, #18
Questions ultimately come down to philosophical debates.