The Inequalities Are Still Savage

Originally posted on Daniel Katz, Ph.D.:
Twenty-five years ago, author and activist Jonathan Kozol published what remains one of the most important examinations of educational inequity ever printed, Savage Inequalities.  The book is a direct and searing look at how districts serving urban minority children suffered from segregation, inequitable funding, and crumbling facilities while…

Let’s Stop Acting Like Bill Cosby Was a Threat, When He Really Was a Tool

Originally posted on Natasha Thomas-Jackson:
? A couple days ago, a post made by a woman going by the name of “Emauni Too’Famous”  started making the rounds on Facebook. The post was a response to Bill Cosby’s recent arrest for aggravated indecent assault. Given the fact that I had spent considerable time, energy, and emotional…