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Books, Books, and Books: A Social Justice Reading List

Nikita Srivastava (’19)

Throughout my time working with the Center for Race, Gender and Social Justice, I’ve been exposed to amazing concepts that reflect on issues affecting our society. 813 more words

Gender-based Discrimination

SOMETIMES THE AMERICAN FOSTER CHILD SYSTEM WORKS QUITE EFFICIENTLY; IT JUST DOES SO THE WRONG WAY

“PROSE”: “the ordinary language people use in speaking or writing.”  – Merriam Webster

Homeless parents – veteran or otherwise – want their kids back, too. 2,219 more words

Combat Research And Prose

New Bills Could Change How Michigan’s Law Enforcement Seize Civil Property

We are sure that everyone here is well aware of the Fourth Amendment and how it works regarding search and seizure of a citizen’s home and property. 437 more words

Michigan Law

Uncle Tom's Cabin

Okay, so I love and hate this book. Reading as a historian, I love it. Reading as a literary critic, I hate it.

Here’s the thing. 360 more words

Book Nook

MLK Jr. His Truth Is Marching On…Historical Memorial Tribute

His truth is marching on! The legacy of one man whose dream of racial equality is as relevant and important today as the day he gave his historic “I Have a Dream” speech.   433 more words

National Park Service

Capitulo 1

I have thought long and hard about how to address this issue, as the timeline is ‘statistically dense’ . I fought the state of Nevada to obtain permission to see a contracted healthcare provider in the state of California , Stanford Neuroscience. 1,058 more words

The Beginning of a Dream

“I have a dream.”

Perhaps one of the most famous lines in all of American history. On August 28, 1963, a mere 5 years before his death, Dr. 1,060 more words