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Back to Campus, Back to Activism

In Education by Maya PascalLeave a Comment

Over the past year, America has watched with a unique mixture of awe and derision as protests over racial diversity and inclusion rocked college campuses across the country. We witnessed the president of the University of Missouri step down after a graduate student’s hunger strike over hate speech on campus escalated to the point that…

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The Languages of the Unheard

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“There is nothing more dangerous than to build a society with a large segment of individuals within that society who feel that they have no stake in it…” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was addressing the Universalist Unitarian Assembly. The year was 1966, late spring, in the slow interstitium between Selma’s success with the Voting…