This past Thursday, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, warning against what he called the “higher education cartel” in an interview with WisPolitics, suggested that we change the college system in the United States so that our students encounter fewer live instructors, and watch more DVDs. Following is a clip from Inside Higher Ed. …”We’ve got the […]
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Trump supporting Republican Senator suggests we learn our history from Ken Burns DVDs instead of those in the “higher education cartel”. Ken Burns obliges with history lesson on Trump.
Talking about saving trees and saving lives with the folks at Urban Ashes, the controversial EMU presidential search, and Cultivate Coffee and Tap House… on this weekend’s episode of the Saturday Six Pack
While a few elements are still coming together concerning this Saturday evening’s show, I wanted to share couple of items with you so that you can start thinking about the things we’ll be discussing, and perhaps share this post with others who you think might be interested. Before I get into what we’ll be discussing […]
From the garment workers of Bangladesh who died to give you those ‘everyday low prices’ you love so much at Walmart to the religious prisoners of China who made those holiday decorations you bought on Black Friday at Kmart, the slave laborers of the world wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, […]
Angela Davis to commemorate MLK Day at U-M with a speech on the threat of the prison industrial complex
Activist, educator and author Angela Davis will be in Ann Arbor on Monday, delivering a lecture titled “Impediments to the Dream: The Prison Industrial Complex and the Dream.” Davis, as I suspect many of you know, before going on to have a successful career as an academic in the History of Consciousness Department as U-C […]