Tag Archives: Arizona

Breaking News: Ethnic Studies LEGAL AGAIN in Arizona

I learned tonight from Professor Nolan Cabrera that ethnic studies supporters have prevailed in court! In 2010, Arizona Republicans passed a measure, HB 2281, that sought to ban ethnic studies programs in public schools. Specifically, the bill set out to ban courses that “are designed primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group,” or “advocate ethnic solidarity instead of the treatment of

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Breaking News: Obama’s Arizona School Visit— Pot Calls Kettle Black (No Pun?)

Since I wrote Et tu America?: Race, Trayvon, and Education, I have had several discussions with friends about race. The first conversation was with a former high school classmate on Twitter. His point was that we should ignore race because we are all the same. Essentially a post-racial argument. I agree with with Chad. I do believe that our DNA is all the

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