Two Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Archives for February 2018
Shared governance? Administrators at the U. of Wisconsin at Superior weighed their ability to circumvent consultation with faculty members about program cuts, newly released emails suggest.
Parental incarceration often affects children in ways that aren’t quite so visible or obvious.
‘This is the cosy / Little home / Whence no nice woman / Wants to roam / She shuts the doors and windows tight, / And never stirs / From morn to night. / With pots and pans / She spends her life – / Who would not be / A happy wife?’
Tina Fontaine’s body was pulled from the Red River in Winnipeg on Aug. 17, 2014. It was wrapped in a duvet cover and weighed down with rocks. Her death remains unsolved.
This week at the Brits, Stormzy (above) spat fire straight in the direction of the right-wing establishment. His freestyle drew the public’s attention back to Grenfell, which last summer became both a shocking and powerful symbol of our deeply inequitable society. This was a tragedy the establishment would sooner we forget, but Stormzy represents a wave of dissenting voices that will not be silenced.