IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE WISCONSIN UPRISING, February 11, 2011, WISCONSIN: THE NEW FLORIDA AND OHIO?

IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE WISCONSIN UPRISING February 11, 2011 WISCONSIN:  THE NEW FLORIDA AND OHIO?  Sheila Parks, Ed.D. In the 2000 presidential election, Florida needed Katherine Harris (then Florida Secretary of State), Jeb Bush, the Supreme Court Justices – and the connections between them – to put George W. Bush in the […]

Diversity and the Rise of Majority-Minority Schools

In the “Historical Notes” conclusion of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, the reader discovers through a darkly biting satire of academia that the world of the novel’s main character, June/Offred, developed in part through the shifting proportion of races in the U.S. and throughout the world. The shift in majority and minority status among races […]

How Many Straws Before The Last One?

We are in dire economic straits in many states, counties, cities in this country of ours.  We are closing schools, laying off police and fire fighters.  Our streets are eroding.  The GOP is waging war on the middle and lower classes and we have a president who has an egg noodle for a backbone.  I […]