Michigan Appeals Court to hear overturn of ban on affirmative action this winter

Fight to regain affirmative action in Michigan is brewing For five years, Michigan’s Prop 2 has excluded thousands of qualified black, Latino/a and Native American students from Michigan’s premier public colleges and universities. The University of Michigan has seen a 36% decline in the number of underrepresented minorities in the undergraduate school of Literature, Science […]

Bread and Circus

The Roman and US Empires: A point of view “There is nothing so frightening as ignorance in action.”  — Goethe The fall of the Roman Empire has been the subject of much debate and comment for many centuries.  Indeed, the founding of our own republic was built on the founder’s of this country’s understanding of […]