Good article for thinkering about an ethics of care for those who are most vulnerable during this pandemic… Close to 3 percent of U.S. adults take immunosuppressive
A couple of links to very helpful information for those who have never given much consideration to how the US/Mexico border represents and enforces American Imperialism and settler colonialism. For most Americans, there is a lot still to learn; these are good starting places.
There absolutely has been a breach of trust between employer and worker, but it’s not up to us – the underpaid and the stressed-out and
Until faculty realize that their vocation as MAGISTERS and DOCTORS, as those with TEACHING authority, actually transcends the MINISTERIAL and CURIAL power of adMINistrators and trustees, they will continue to launch little more than empty critiques of neoliberalization.
My nephew, Javal Coleman, who studies Classics at UT-Austin just published this reflection. When I began my undergraduate career at the University of North Texas,
Rather than radicalizing them, I am more radicalized by all these millenials and zoomers who long to comprehend the world they are inheriting from people like me.