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Author: Christa Calkins Grade Level: Language: English Estimated completion time: 2 hour(s) Standards Addressed: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY, Global Competence, ISTE NETS, NCTE Subject Area: Character Education, Social Studies, Contemporary World Issues, English Language Arts, Humanities Description: To combat hatred in the world today, we must understand the complexity of hate. First, students will view Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's TEDTalk, "The Danger of a Single Story.

" Finally, they will choose and listen to a clip of testimony that provides another perspective on biased behavior and its consequences to further their understanding, awareness, and self-awareness about the many forms of hate. This activity features testimonies from the Armenian Genocide, Holocaust, Nanjing Massacre, and Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda collections of the Visual History Archive. Non-Required (But Important!) Reading for Summer 2017. Youth Power and the Power of Ideas by Swami Bhajananda Youth is a period when young people have lots of questions, inner conflicts and encounter the harsh and real world. That is the period where they need guidance and inputs to approach various problems. This book provides inspiring, self-empowering, motivating, and life transforming ideas. The books will be of help to youth, youth counselors, teachers, mentors and social workers. Goodbye to Negativity by Swami Gokulananda Swami Gokulananda is a senior monk at the Ramakrishna Order.

He has delivered lots of lectures on developing or building positive attitude towards life and environment. Many Many Gods of Hinduism by Swami Achuthananda This book is written in a casual style and helps build a deeper understanding of Hindus and Hinduism. Western Questions Eastern Answers: A Collection of Short Essays by Ashish Dalela We have come across many questions and those questions answered differently.

Various Instagram accounts. 'Policing Ferguson, Policing America': The Unrest Over The Death Of Michael Brown. We're going to spend some time now marking the third anniversary of the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. On August 9, 2014, Brown was shot and killed by Police Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo., just outside of St. Louis. UNIDENTIFIED JOURNALIST #1: Grief and anger in a St. Louis area community today after a teen was shot and killed by police. WOLF BLITZER: Michael Brown. UNIDENTIFIED JOURNALIST #2: That is correct. UNIDENTIFIED JOURNALIST #3: This is not the Middle East.

ROBERT MCCULLOCH: No probable cause exists to file any charge against Officer Wilson. UNIDENTIFIED MAN: He got away with murder. SMITH: Brown was unarmed. So today, we thought we'd gather a few voices to reflect on this anniversary and look at how those events shaped Ferguson and the country then and now. THOMAS JACKSON: I was in total disbelief at what I was seeing and the way it was being represented. JACKSON: Actually, that uprising - when I saw the QuikTrip catch fire on Sunday night... Where Do Ideas Come From? Teenage Documentarians Show the Power of Photography - NYTimes.com. Growing up young. Voices from Standing Rock | The Washington Post. Then his words turned sledgehammer blunt. “This isn’t our first rodeo with the forces of genocide,” said Goldtooth, a great-grandfather with long black braids sticking out from under the hooded sweatshirt he wore beneath a canvas Carhartt jacket.

Goldtooth sees the pipeline as a threat to the drinking water of thousands downstream. And he sees it as another effort by corporations — backed by the power of the government and expected support of Trump — to trample indigenous people as they have for “hundreds of years of colonial oppression.” “This pipeline represents something deeper,” Goldtooth said. “We have to start worrying about the rights of our future generations. We have to start looking at making a just transition as a society away from a fossil fuel economy.” Goldtooth was raised on a Navajo reservation in New Mexico, the grandson of a tribal medicine man and the son of a pioneering Navajo woman who earned a college degree in microbiology. Back to top. 16 girls, 16 stories of resistance. How the Latest Great Migration Is Reshaping Europe. Media Issues Archives - Altermidya. BlackFuturesMonth | Black Lives Matter. Embattled Borderlands. Borderlands are special spaces where cultures meet and mix, where diverse communities blend within the overlapping edges of two worlds.

This is especially true in the U.S. -Mexico borderlands because the region lies along a natural boundary as well as a geopolitical border. Where the United States meets Mexico, a 2,000-mile stretch of land bridges the tropical and temperate zones. Here jaguars and ocelots share the landscape with their northerly cousins, the cougar and bobcat. Green jays, Altamira orioles and elegant trogons perch side-by-side on mesquite, ebony, and cottonwood branches with northern cardinals and mockingbirds. This is a landscape of wild surprise, shared equitably by the north and south of the natural world. The borderlands harbor some of North America’s rarest wild species and oldest human cultures, descendants of the Hohokam, Lipan-Apache and Spanish colonial families – all of whom predate the United States’ existence as a nation.

Campaign Proposals – Ohio University Strategic Social Media. After a thorough analysis, it is clear that COSI’s social media presence needs improving as a whole. We decided it was necessary to restructure the initial objective of the analysis from increasing awareness of one event, Up All Night, to increasing the awareness of all events at COSI. We plan to do this multiple different ways, such as promoting and broadcasting events more effectively by using social media. Team COSI from left — Jonah Ort, Katie Abbott, Scotty Moore Overall Objective: Increase awareness of COSI’s events by 30% within 3 months by measuring engagement of event-related posts on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. Our proposal has multiple stages that we believe will achieve, even surpass, the overall objective. First, Twitter will be a live feed of all events taking place at COSI. To support these three stages, we have built out a three month comprehensive social media posting calendar.

Thank You, Katherine Abbott, ka099711(at)ohio.edu Jonah Ort, jo206011(at)ohio.edu. Two Centuries of US Immigration Visualized. Log In - New York Times. Log In - New York Times. Log In - New York Times. Lesson: Understanding Universe of Obligation. This lesson uses resources from Chapter 2 of Holocaust and Human Behavior to prompt students to explore the ways that individuals, groups, communities, and nations define who belongs and who does not. The activities that follow examine what it means to belong by introducing the idea of a “universe of obligation,” the term sociologist Helen Fein coined to describe the circle of individuals and groups within a society “toward whom obligations are owed, to whom rules apply, and whose injuries call for amends.”[1] A society’s universe of obligation can change. Individuals and groups that are respected and protected members of a society at one time may find themselves outside the universe of obligation when circumstances are different.

Societies with governments dedicated to democratic values and human rights tend to define their universes of obligation in a more expansive and inclusive manner than other societies do. Helen Fein, Accounting for Genocide (New York: Free Press, 1979), 4. Media Theorised | Al Jazeera English. When Immigrants Are No Longer Considered Americans. When my grandfather died, in 2014, at ninety-six, my mother asked me if I wanted anything from the small, one-bedroom apartment that he and my grandmother, who had died a few years earlier, shared for nearly their entire American lives. Thinking about a tangible object that I could hold and cherish felt vaguely therapeutic, a way to displace more recent memories of a voice that had hoarsened and a proud handshake that had ceased to be viselike and painful.

At some point, he had taken a ceramics class at the local community center. He had come home with a planter in the shape of an Uncle Sam hat. I loved its imperfections, its impractically large size, and all the dents and imprints that gave such a kitschy item a feeling of history. I liked imagining an entire class full of seniors all adding their own flourishes to a cornucopia of ceramic Uncle Sam hats. They had come to the United States from Taiwan in the nineteen-eighties, a decade after my parents. Hyphen-Nation. Watch - Firelight Media. Watch January 19, 2015 Change was coming to America and the fault lines could no longer be ignored—cities were burning, Vietnam was exploding, and disputes raged over equality and civil rights. A new revolutionary culture was… January 18, 2015 Wounded Knee tells the compelling story of the American Indian Movement activists and residents of the Pine Ridge Reservation who occupied the town of Wounded Knee in 1973, demanding redress… June 24, 2014 In the hot and deadly summer of 1964, the nation’s eyes were riveted on Mississippi.

May 01, 2012 Jesse Owens is a Firelight Films production for the PBS series American Experience. January 18, 2012 Immigration: Beyond the Headlines is a three-part film series produced by Firelight Media to help communities understand and grapple with immigration in a productive way. January 24, 2010 FREEDOM RIDERS WON THREE EMMY AWARDS! April 18, 2006 June 29, 2005 January 18, 2005 May 12, 2004 On May 17, 1954, in its decision in Brown v. January 18, 2004 January 18, 2003. 1000+ images about Participatory Art Projects on Pinterest. StoryBlock – StoryBlock is an oral history and visual community archive that celebrates the cultural richness of Kelly Street residents living in the Longwood section of the South Bronx. This project was commissioned by The Laundromat Project's Create Cha. Security Check Required. Orlando Marín- The Last Mambo King by StoryBlock | Story Block.

A Living Room on Roosevelt / Una Sala en La Roosevelt | The Laundromat Project. What makes a safe neighborhood? A Living Room on Roosevelt is a collaborative public art project between Queens local and 2016 Create Change Commissions Artist Ro Garrido and Queens Neighborhoods United. This project will bring an interactive living room—a typically private and domestic space—into the commercial corridor of Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights. This site will serve as an intentional space for community members to have conversations, share knowledge and history related to issues of community safety in Jackson Heights. This is a month long event series that will be focused on the intersecting issues present in Jackson Heights as related to immigration, displacement/gentrification, and policing. Dates: Sunday, August 21st, 12–6PM Sunday, September 4th, 12–6PM Sunday, September 18th, 12–6PM Location: Manuel De Dios Unanue Triangle Roosevelt Ave., 83 St., Baxter Ave.

Queens Stay tuned or check the event page for details on what the program will be for each day! Arts Education | The Laundromat Project. Our community-centered arts education initiatives take place through hands-on art workshops and public programs at local laundromats and other community spaces. The focus of this work is to make art education more readily available to all our community members— regardless of income, age, or background. We believe it is a basic human right to use our imaginations in the service of a better life. Every summer, we offer a weekly series of free drop-in art workshops, which take place in Harlem, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Hunts Point. In addition to our laundromat-based art classes, we also offer a variety of workshops at street festivals and community-based organizations.

If you’d like to learn more about The Laundromat Project’s arts education work, please send an email to info@laundromatproject.org. What does it mean to be Muslim? There are 1.7 billion answers. Miranda's Story, Motherhood in Prison | #BHeard. Reflections on Incarceration | #BHeard. RSA Shorts - The Power of Empathy. Log In - New York Times. Log In - New York Times. What is a Nation? “The migration of people between one nation and another is challenging long-held assumptions about who belongs.” Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines a nation as: a politically organized nationality . . . A community of people composed of one or more nation- alities and possessing a more or less defined territory and government a territorial division containing a body of people of one or more nationalities and usually characterized by relatively large size and independent status.

In his influential 1882 essay “What Is a Nation?” French philosopher Ernest Renan wrote about the bonds that hold nations together. He explained, “A heroic past, great men, glory [are the links between people] upon which one bases a national idea. . . . Others have stressed language, ethnicity, or even pseudo- scientific ideas about “race.” The way that many nations officially recognize that people belong is by allowing them to become citizens.

(Sinti and Roma), and others. Lesson: The Refugee Crisis and Human Responsibility. The United Nations reports, “We are now witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record. An unprecedented 65.3 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 21.3 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18. There are also 10 million stateless people who have been denied a nationality and access to basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement . . .; 34,000 people are forcibly displaced every day as a result of conflict or persecution. . . . ”1 This lesson asks students to consider the ethical and legal implications of the global refugee crisis and what those implications mean in terms of our human responsibilities. According to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, the number of refugees they considered to be “of concern” by the middle of 2015 was already approximately 15.1 million, the most in 20 years.

Warsan Shire, "Home" Warsan Shire was born in Kenya to Somali parents and lives in London. She is a poet, writer, editor and teacher. In 2013-2014, she was the Young Poet Laureate for London. Shire wrote “Conversations about home (at a deportation centre)” in 2009, a piece inspired by a visit she made to the abandoned Somali Embassy in Rome which some young refugees had turned into their home. In an interview, she told the reporter that “The night before she visited, a young Somali had jumped to his death off the roof.” This poem became the basis for “Home,” printed below. Please note that this poem includes language and topics that require special consideration from the teacher and students. In an interview after she won the Brunel University African Poetry Prize, Warsan Shire was asked to talk about her sense of commitment to substance and urgent subject matter in her work. I’m from Somalia where there has been a war going on for my entire life.

NazneenKane. WATCH: Where Do We Go From Here? Racial Justice Advocates Respond. PHILOSOPHY - Michel Foucault. POLITICAL THEORY - Marx. Rawls' Mature Theory of Social Justice: A Introduction for Students. The use of underscore for emphasis is mine, unless otherwise explicitly noted. --JG 1. Introduction John Rawls is widely regarded as one of the most important political philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century. He is primarily known for his theory of justice as fairness, which develops principles of justice to govern a modern social order. Darrel Moellendorf writes that Rawls' conception of justice, like any conception of justice whatsoever, is an associational conception. Rawls' theory urges us to conceive of society "as a fair system of cooperation over time, from one generation to the next.

" 2. John Rawls develops a conception of justice from the perspective that persons are free and equal. A sense of justice is "the capacity to understand, to apply, and to act from the public conception of justice which characterizes the fair terms of cooperation. " A conception of the good includes "a conception of what is valuable in human life. " 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. I. 11. 12. An Introduction to Ian Kershaw’s The “Hitler Myth,” - A Macat History Analysis. An Introduction to Gustavo Gutiérrez's A Theology of Liberation- A Macat Theology Analysis. An Introduction to Judith Butler’s Gender Troubles - A Macat Literature Analysis. An Introduction to Michel Foucault’s The History of Sexuality - A Macat Sociology Analysis. An Introduction to Michel Foucault's Discipline and Punish- A Macat Sociology Analysis.

An Introduction to Hannah Arendt’s The Human Condition - A Macat Philosophy Analysis. An Introduction to Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth - A Macat Sociology Analysis. An Introduction to Antonio Gramsci’s The Prison Notebooks - A Macat Politics Analysis. An Introduction to Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century- A Macat Economics Analysis. An Introduction to John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice - A Macat Politics Video. What is Class? « subMedia.tv. Intersectionality | ..... Login | ..... Login | ..... Talks at the Schomburg: Standing in Formation on Livestream. 9780262524827 sch 0001. Internal Migration. Whose Streets Our Streets. Chinua Achebe on How Storytelling Helps Us Survive History’s Rough Patches.

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