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blame-the-victim and blame-the-worker psychology and procedures

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The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny’s onsite blog.  

“Early in the days of personal injury, “obvious” hazards were unguarded because they were so obvious, only a fool would get hurt. 88 more words

1964 at 50: Remembering and Reassessing the Mississippi Summer Project

1964 at 50: Remembering and Reassessing the Mississippi Summer Project

One of my favorite sessions I attended at the 2014 Organization of American Historians meeting was ‘ 684 more words

Civil Rights

6 Issues Worthy of Your Interest and Activism

As we know, media stories hurl themselves at us from all angles, and with the addition of so many internet sources, we often find ourselves up to our ears in a flood of information. 774 more words

Current Events

On Education & Equal Protection ~ Opinionated Krew

The Supreme Court affirmed the State of Michigan’s right to end racial preferences in college admissions.

From New York Magazine:

A 6-2 Supreme Court decision today went in favor of a constitutional amendment approved by Michigan voters in 2006 banning affirmative action based on race, gender, ethnicity, or national origin in hiring or college admissions.

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The Kadoh! Institute

Civil Rights Adversity

Arguably one of the greatest inspirational and impactful leaders, Martin Luther King Jr, faced tremendous adversity. The efforts of this one individual created a path for change that affected a country and ultimately altered the world. 64 more words


Gay Marriage & Mississippi ~ The Body PolitiK

There is some argument amongst those opposed to gay marriage that marriage is a privilege and not a right.

While I recommend going to a state that allows gay marriage to be married, then returning to the state you are domiciled in and relying on the “Full Faith & Credit Clause” of Article IV, Section 1 I also realize that Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 provides that: 752 more words

The Kadoh! Institute

The Port Chicago 50, by Steve Sheinkin

Summary:  Presents an account of the 1944 civil rights protest involving hundreds of African-American Navy servicemen who were unjustly charged with mutiny for refusing to work in unsafe conditions after the deadly Port Chicago explosion. 6 more words