Critical Theory

Namdeo Dhasal and his irreplaceable grammar of social change

The anti-caste school of thought arises and evolves around a rejuvenating humanism. The radical anti-caste movement and its philosophy have greatly influenced other social movements in various ways. The Dalit Panther Movement (DPM) is the most popular among others. This movement and its members not only helped to fundamentally change …

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The Race War – Byline Times

Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda look at what happened on January 6, 2021 at the United States Capitol and investigate how the insurgents’ white supremacist goals led to a far-right takeover education policy “This is America,” one man shouted into the camera during the January 6, 2021, attempted insurrection. …

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Does the CRT make white students feel bad? Try to be a black student

Patrick remembers the horror he felt as a little kid entering a suburban school district. He took the bus to school at the start of the school year with an armed law enforcement officer standing near his seat. He often fixed the firearm in the officer’s holster. Through his window, …

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Byrne & Local Parents Oppose Taxpayer Funding Linked to DCI Initiatives

Putnam County Deputy and Executive Candidate Kevin Byrne Assembly Member Kevin Byrne held a press conference last month to call on the NYS Department of Education (NYSED) to drop all efforts to tie state financial aid to school districts firmly recommended, but very controversial.“Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DCI) Framework and …

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Data confirms link between respiratory stress

Constant metabolic report found in 133 species of Chinese marine and freshwater fish provides new evidence to support the idea that fish become sexually active – and reproduce for the first time – in response to induced respiratory stress through growth. Using the maximum size and the average size at …

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Most Popular City & State Items for 2021

Last year will be a pretty tumultuous year for politics in Pennsylvania, which has given us a lot of information to pass on to our loyal City & State readers. Much like the previous year, COVID-19 has left readers yearning for more information on how national and local authorities are …

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Knitting picking | Kathrine jebsen moore

DDid you know Michelle Obama started knitting while in confinement and knitted several halter tops for her daughters? Me neither, before Vogue Knit posted the former first lady on the cover of the Winter 2021/2022 issue and shared a short interview with her on her website. But so far no …

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Fort Bend’s New ISD Superintendent Discusses Critical Race Theory, Social Media Threats, and COVID Rules

Christie Whitbeck became the new superintendent of the Fort Bend Independent School District in September – a difficult time for education officials amid the pandemic. Whitbeck was Bryan ISD Superintendent for almost five years and was previously at Fort Bend ISD as Assistant Superintendent for four years. Whitbeck recently sat …

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Representative Byron Donalds Talks to NBC’s Meet the Press Panel on Critical Race Theory: “This is not true at all”

Outnumbered – Wednesday, December 29 In today’s episode, Brian Brenberg is “outnumbered” as President Biden has fewer polls than Vice President Kamala Harris “. Additionally, public health officials are under fire for their response to protests during the pandemic. Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., Appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to …

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