HITTING LEFT #91

In case you missed it. Here's Friday's #HittingLeft #91 with Andrea Dymond and Diana Vallera (Prexy Nesbitt was stuck in transport) from Columbia College Faculty Union. Could strike in the spring. Catch the podcast here.

Monday, September 24, 2018

WEEKEND QUOTABLES

Cal State Northridge students rally to protect cross-cultural courses.
Kathryn Sorrells, CS-N communication studies professor 
“Given the unpredictability, the executive order is experienced as an assault on the struggles, communities, histories and knowledge of students of color.” -- L.A. Times
Rev. Walter "Slim" Coleman
The nation has already reacted to the separation of 2300 children from their parents at the border. It is our task to make the nation see the seven million babies, children and young people who live and suffer under this same attack every day in our neighborhoods. -- This morning's sermon
Bill Ayers reviews Arne Duncan's book, "How Schools Work"
When you say "standards" to a normal person, that sounds like something good. I want high standards. But when you reduce standards to standardization, things come apart. -- Hitting Left with the Klonsky Bros. 

William Saletan
Donald Trump Jr. is right. People really are out to undermine the president—as they should be. -- Slate
Hadley Freeman
So while #MeToo has made some men re-examine their behaviour, plenty of others who thought their behaviour was fine before clearly still think it is fine now. -- Guardian
Beto O'Rourke references The Clash
“We’re not giving away to corporations and special interests. That’s what Senator Cruz would do, thanks to contributions he’s received from those political action committees. He’s working for the clampdown, and the corporations, and the special interests. He’s not working for the people of Texas.” -- Pitchfork


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