Picking the scab of colonisation. There's a deep wound in Australia.
There's a gash in our story. It is a wound that is known by different names: Colonisation. Dispossession. Coercion. Control. It is still with us. The wound is fresh. The wound of colonisation is a wound in the heart of the First Peoples of this land. To the people in high places who say that the wound does not exist, we say we know it does exist. To the people in high places who say that the wound is an Aboriginal problem, we say that the wound is not an Aboriginal problem. The policies that the Government wishes to enshrine as legislation today are policies built on the falsehood that the wound does not exist or that the wound exists but that it is an Aboriginal problem.
They are policies that do not treat the wound and cannot heal the wound. They are policies that deepen the wound. They are policies that continue to harm, to hurt, to humiliate, to degrade, to punish, to control. As Elaine Peckham put it: 'We don't want the Basics Card. Comments GAJ 02 March 2012. How Do You Cite a Tweet in an Academic Paper? - Alexis Madrigal - Technology. The Modern Language Association likes to keep up with the times.
As we all know, some information breaks first or only on Twitter and a good academic needs to be able to cite those sources. So, the MLA has devised a standard format that you should keep in mind. Its form is: It's simple. Also, I just love the "Tweet" at the end. Here's a deeper look at the instructions: Begin the entry in the works-cited list with the author's real name and, in parentheses, user name, if both are known and they differ.
Via Thomas, Matt (mattthomas). Reading for the Rushed. I read every day, and I'm a remedial reading teacher.
I keep my trusty book prop at the kitchen table to read a dead tree format book during lunch, about 40 minutes a day for fun. I also read ebooks, when hard copy is not available. If I'm away from home, I use my smart phone and Kobo reader to keep me in books while I wait somewhere, such as a doctor's office, or haircutters, or if I'm the passenger in the car. As far as reading faster, and with better comprehension, I suggest reading for enjoyment at a reading level just below your reading ability. Does Dry Cleaning Cause Cancer? Rarely do I darken the doorstep of a dry cleaner.
That's mainly because I am too cheap and lazy; I admit to having inflicted some verboten wash cycles on my few dry-clean-only dresses, followed by a sheepish line dry. The result is usually wrinkly but passable. I'm lucky: As you probably could have guessed, freshly pressed suits are not the prevailing style at MoJo HQ. #justsaying. Online DVD Rental and Movie Streaming at Quickflix. The Reactionary - Magazine. The charming, sinister G.
K. Chesterton Keystone/Getty Images. The Awful Cover Letter All of Wall Street Is Laughing About. Why French Parents Are Superior by Pamela Druckerman. When my daughter was 18 months old, my husband and I decided to take her on a little summer holiday.
We picked a coastal town that's a few hours by train from Paris, where we were living (I'm American, he's British), and booked a hotel room with a crib. Bean, as we call her, was our only child at this point, so forgive us for thinking: How hard could it be? We ate breakfast at the hotel, but we had to eat lunch and dinner at the little seafood restaurants around the old port. We quickly discovered that having two restaurant meals a day with a toddler deserved to be its own circle of hell.
Bean would take a brief interest in the food, but within a few minutes she was spilling salt shakers and tearing apart sugar packets. Our strategy was to finish the meal quickly. After a few more harrowing restaurant visits, I started noticing that the French families around us didn't look like they were sharing our mealtime agony. French Lessons Children should say hello, goodbye, thank you and please.