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Campus Indoctrination: The Parasitization of Myth

Campus Indoctrination: The Parasitization of Myth

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Christina Hoff Sommers & Stuart Taylor: College rape culture & the death of due process | VIEWPOINT

Christina Hoff Sommers & Stuart Taylor: College rape culture & the death of due process | VIEWPOINT

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Christina: Stuart Taylor is with me today and he is one of our nation’s most distinguished legal journalists. He has a law degree from Harvard, where he graduated at the top of his class and served as an editor at the “Law Review.” He’s written for “The New York Times,” the “National Journal,” myriad of […]

2017/04/10: Six Minutes on the True Purpose of University Education

2017/04/10: Six Minutes on the True Purpose of University Education

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(Applause) [Interviewer]: Dr Peterson, you’ve mentioned these ideas of responsibility, of virtue, of respect. You’ve, I think, detailed what you think students shouldn’t do in these examples of like, protests and these examples of certain types of activist tactics. What advice would you have for students? How can students make the changes that they want […]

EduCATion Today #5 Sonia Nieto

EduCATion Today #5 Sonia Nieto

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Welcome to Education Today, the issues and the experts, a web series hosted by the College of Education at Kansas State University. I’m Debbie Mercer and I serve as a Dean of the College. Today, we have as our guest Dr. Sonia Nieto, a renowned Author and Researcher who has dedicated her life and her […]

Social Justice in Education Documentary Trailer

Social Justice in Education Documentary Trailer

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Social Justice is for everyone. It’s a way to make sure that we are all seen as human beings; that we’re all equitably treated. I thinks it’s really just educating. Growing up in a more diverse background I’ve learned about a lot of different people, and I’ve grown to be compassionate and to want to […]

Meet a Peace and Justice Studies Major: Shannon Raczynski

Meet a Peace and Justice Studies Major: Shannon Raczynski

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My name is Shannon Raczynski, and I am a Peace and Justice Studies major. The Peace and Justice Studies major is about social injustices that occur all throughout the world and the people that they impact. I think that L.O.V.E. trips are one of the best ways not only to travel but also just to […]

The New Jim Crow Museum

The New Jim Crow Museum

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ask yourself the question if you grow up and growing up you see literally thousands of examples in cartoons in movies in books and in real life of blacks being the victims of pain and the victims of aggression and also the perpetuators what seeds does that plant? What we try to do in the […]

Online Learning with the Glenn College

Online Learning with the Glenn College

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Coming to Ohio State you know and being surrounded by academia it just was very important for me and my professionalism and my growth to get a master’s degree. So when I first went to Glenn that’s when I was doing the My Brother’s Keeper project and a lot of skills I was learning there […]

A Walk in My Shoes: Social Justice in Education Full Documentary

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[MUSIC] Today’s classrooms are a kaleidoscope, ever changing and presenting a mosaic of learners from different backgrounds, identities, histories and abilities. Educators come into these exciting and challenging learning spaces with skills, commitment and passion. Everyday they practice their craft in a complex society where issues such as poverty, privilege and persistent inequities impact the […]

Documentary: A Glitch in the Matrix (David Fuller production)

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Sometimes there’s a glitch in the matrix where the limitations of the old operating system are laid bare and something new pokes through They’ve been dozens of responses to the jordan peterson channel for interview already. What makes this one different? Well, I have a pretty unique perspective in October last year I went to […]