race

School Choice: As if Brown vs Board of Education Never Happened

Recently, Nashville Public School’s Board rejected a proposal to open a new charter school in a middle class neighborhood.  One of the board members who voted against the proposal said it would have brought “us dangerously close to ‘separate but … Continued

Ecopolitics

Earth Day Will Not be Rooted in Immigrant Bashing

This Earth Day we must counter attempts to infiltrate our festivities.   Anti-immigrant groups like California Population Stabilization (CAPS) and NumbersUSA are attempting to focus on overpopulation by specifically bashing immigrants and blaming them for environmental degradation.  As environmentalists and activists, … Continued

Culture

Exhibit Provides Opportunity to Understand Race

www.understandingrace.org By Katie Irwin A few months ago I came across an exhibit about race by the American Anthropological Association and the Science Museum of Minnesota. It explains the realities and myths surrounding race, and how the concept has evolved … Continued