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It’s been a few days since the impossible happened. Donald Trump is going to be the 45th president of the United States. In this forum, I haven’t written about politics specifically, but I have explored issues that matter to me—equality, acceptance, social justice. These are values that define who I am—and they feel threatened now.... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/all-shapes-sizes/2016/11/as-the-election-dust-settles-this-is-my-pledge/" class="more-link">Read more

A defining election? | Power Line As a society, we aren’t comfortable with the Democrats’ statist vision; with their attacks on individual freedom in the name of “social justice;” with their favoritism towards certain classes of people; and with the way they enrich their friends while treating many of us as their moral inferiors.

What is Social Justice? - Marxist claptrap! Jonah Goldberg throws down on it here - Prager University http://www.prageruniversity.com/Political-Science/What-is-Social-Justice.html#.U0EhCKLZU3V

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Defining Critical Animal Studies: An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation (Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory ...

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Why Mass Incarceration Defines Us As a Society Bryan Stevenson, the winner of the Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award in social justice, has taken his fight all the way to the Supreme Court

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Why the Racial Wealth Gap Won’t Go Away Wealth Inequality Wealth inequality can be described as the unequal distribution of assets within a population. The United States exhibits wider disparities of wealth between rich and poor than any other major developed nation. Definition provided by Inequality.org Defining Wealth We equate wealth with “net worth,” the …

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How to Accept and Respect other Cultures

Our cultural identities are continuously developing. Culture goes far behind race and ethnicity and it is the elements of culture that help define who we are. Our core beliefs and values are, in a lot of ways, products of our culture. Raising cultural awareness is essential to accepting and respecting those cultures that may be different from our own.

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This comprehensive lesson on bullying and social justice is a must for the start of a school year. Take a look by downloading the preview!This lesson clearly defines AND builds student awareness of the four types of bullying. Student activities include:Quote for analysis, discussion, and debateAn optional cover for student materialsAn opportunity for students to share their bullying experiences, but anonymouslyA teacher read aloud and DVD: Don't Laugh At Me (also available on…