I'll have to do essays and I need to have a good understand about issues like marihuanna legalization, mass incarceration... Which books do you sugests?
I had this kind of thought, but for my personal experience is not a good one. Maybe you are young, but it will arrive a day that you'll face a taleban crazy bomberman or a firegun in your head asking for money, than you'll think I had to take that social issue more seriously.
why does /lit/ have to be so hostile all the time? OP might not even be a sjw, might just wanna see an interesting topic and then be done with it.
maybe its epic bantz, or /pol/ spillover, but im getting tired of your shit. you kids need to lighten up.
the "social meme" has gotten to big here as well, in real life
shutting it down, or seeing others do so (i dont meme myself) is satisfying, oh so satisfying
even today, i saw a post on my unis philosophy facebook group, about people looking for a roommate. they stressed that it was essential that the person could 'bear all the political discussions and jokes' and that no sexism or racism were allowed.
Race and Education, 1954-2007
The Burden of Brown: Thirty Years of School Desegregation
The Long Crusade: Profiles in Education Reform, 1967-2014
Robert Weissberg - Bad Students, Not Bad Schools
it's the blacks