Monthly Archives: November 2015

  • Marcia Mount Shoop (Touchdowns for Jesus; A Body Broken, A Body Betrayed) on Mizzou and standing up to racism:

    "I hear a lot of white people (especially of the male variety), expressing “concern” and even anger that players would have the audacity to make such demands. They say they should have their scholarships revoked if they refuse to participate in team activities and games. This kind of reaction is just the sort of dynamic that makes the players’ actions something I support with every fiber of my being.  Here’s why: Read More
  • 2015 AESA Critics’ Choice Award, WINNER - Author Sam D. Rocha

    The American Educational Studies Association's Critics’ Choice Award serves to recognize and increase awareness of recent scholarship deemed to be outstanding in its field and of potential interest to members of the Association. Congratulations, Sam
  • Najib George Awad Interviewed on Fox

    Najib George Awad was recently interviewed on Fox61 where he discussed the topic of Syrian refugees. Being born in Syria and at times living in England, Germany and America gives Najib an unique perspective on the situation.

    Watch the interview here.

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