Equality and justice and racism and affirmative action and level playing field

discussing equity vs equality in curriculum, instruction, assessment, culture, & character.

The Caste System of Ancient India. The caste system organizes division of labour and money in human society. It's a system of social stratification, and a basis for affirmative action.

The caste systems dates back to the Aryan and Dasas time period. It was used to classify where you stood in the classes or social ranking. There are four classes priest, warriors, traders, and peasants.

www.balancedpolitics.org site used by a gov/econ student for a pro/con research paper.  The site is run by a computer science nerd who likes to rant about different subjects and take lots of classes.  He isn't a subject specialist.  Found his info via the link check command on google.

Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) be Opened to Oil Drilling?

An article defending profit in healthcare.  It takes a lot of words I have not yet done a critical reading of, but I'm suspect of it's historical narrative, and I just totally disagree with his conclusion.  I'll come back to this.

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Affirmative Action Has Helped White Women More Than Anyone

Affirmative Action Has Helped White Women More Than Anyone

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Deviant Phrase: Affirmative Action- I chose Affirmative Action because I always hear about Blacks and Latinos getting the affirmative action just because of their race when it comes to education, which isn't fair to people of other races who work equally as hard, or harder for the same thing.

In this political cartoon, the white kid is stressing over the SAT but the black kid has nothing to worry about because he is black therefore get unfair treatment with affirmative action

Debunking the 'Affirmative-Action Myth' - DiversityInc

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How Minorities Have Fared in States With Affirmative Action Bans

How Minorities Have Fared in States With Affirmative Action Bans

In states that have banned affirmative action in college admissions, prominent public universities have tended to enroll fewer black and Hispanic freshmen.

Sexual objectification, part 2: The Harm. Part 2 of Sociological Cinema's piece about recognizing sexual objectification in the media

Sexual objectification, part The Harm. Part 2 of Sociological Cinema's piece about recognizing sexual objectification in the media

Supreme Court divided over affirmative action in college admissions - The Washington Post

Supreme Court divided over affirmative action in college admissions

New York Times: April 23, 2014 - In wake of Supreme Court ruling, colleges seek new paths to racial diversity

Colleges Seek New Paths to Diversity After Court Ruling

In states that have banned affirmative action in college admissions, prominent public universities have tended to enroll fewer black and Hispanic freshmen.

And yet...I don't see a single Right-Wing patriot who cares so deeply about our budget deficits speaking up.

The new "Trump Welfare Program" - intergenerational misuse and long standing abuse.tried, true and tested by the Trump Family.

November 21, 2007 - Is It Time to End Affirmative Action?    In recent years, one focus of the debate over affirmative action in the United States has been its use in education, especially race-based admissions policies at universities.

Is It Time to End Affirmative Action?

November 2007 - Is It Time to End Affirmative Action? In recent years, one focus of the debate over affirmative action in the United States has been its use in education, especially race-based admissions policies at universities.

Later this week, or next week, the Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling greatly restricting, or even ending, affirmative action in admissions to …

Why America Still Needs Affirmative Action

This week, the Supreme Court is to hear the case of Abigail Fisher, who said she was rejected by a university because she is white, drawing new attention to affirmative action’s constitutionality.

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