Exiting the Deficit Dumpster

I recently came across the following article from Ruby Payne after speaking with an administrator at my college -- someone who I respect a great deal. It turns out that she is coming to our campus this fall. https://youthtoday.org/2015/02/how-do-you-teach-kids-from-poor-households-about-money/ I have to admit -- I am a little fascinated by her, not in an I-really-want-to-see-her-in-person … Continue reading Exiting the Deficit Dumpster

Steven Crowder and Public Pedagogy: The Propagation of Unholy Intersectionality

In the Washington Post today (Wednesday, June 6, 2019), Henry Farrell writes about the demonetization of conservative YouTuber Steven Crowder for the racist and homophobic content that Crowder has spewed across the video platform, targeting Vox producer Carlos Maza. Maza, in a brilliant display of calling out the homophobia of Crowder, put the following montage together that allows Crowder … Continue reading Steven Crowder and Public Pedagogy: The Propagation of Unholy Intersectionality