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Angela Dye, PhD
Critical Pedagogy, School Leadership, Research and Social Change
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Joy Reid May 21
May 1 charges vs May 21 indictments: "false imprisonment" dropped for the 3 bike cops, reckless endangerment added for all 6.
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Angela Dye, PhD May 21
You don't think you can be rude and honest at the same time?
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Angela Dye, PhD May 21
Yeah. I agree. But after listen 2 why some people are "opting out" I'm getting concerned that there is another agenda at play.
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Entrepreneurs Quotes May 21
Don't find fault. Find a remedy. -Henry Ford
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Angela Dye, PhD May 21
That's a problem on more levels than just one.
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Cirque du SoBae May 21
You can't talk about how black American women aren't "domestic" without addressing the fact that we work more than any other race of women.
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Cirque du SoBae May 21
Every race of women participates in the labor force at a lower percentage than their men, EXCEPT black women.
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Angela Dye, PhD May 21
Side question: What is your opinion on the Opt Out movement in public schools (re testing)?
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AARON N TAYLOR May 21
Yes...as intentional as exclusion has been. ": Diversity in the legal profession must be intentional."
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Paul Knox May 21
and arguably property owning white men at that.
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CarmanK May 21
And in the original version, MEN meant white MEN. Had to amend to include WOMEN & folks of color.
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Propane Jane May 21
Close, but no cigar. They revealed the inherent flaws by writing all men are created equal while enslaving people.
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Propane Jane May 21
My personal fave are oxymoronic "constitutional conservatives". As if the constitution isn't a living document subject to revision
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
Resistance can take on many forms. I'm ok w/its versatility... just want to make sure students are conscious & committed!
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
Is it time to shop around for a new journal or is this an opportunity for developing patience? Anybody else been through this? Pls advise.
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
I have an article that's been sitting on someone's desk for 6 months. No revisions offered and no rejection. Just sitting there.
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
Admittedly, I need to learn more about the publication process for academic journals.
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
Read an article about a nurse in 19th century who became a writer. I felt encouraged cuz lately, I have been a writing soul!
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Angela Dye, PhD May 20
Time for us who champion critical thinking to actually become CRITICAL THINKERS and not reductionists.
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