Curriculum Disruption: 400 Years of Inequality

Curriculum Disruption: 400 Years of Inequality

The original article was featured in the New School News and is linked here. In 1619, the first Africans arrived in the United States, in Jamestown, where they were sold into bondage. The tragedy marked the beginning of centuries of persistent inequality in the United … Continue Reading →
Race in the U.S. Course Responds to Race Issues in Real Time

Race in the U.S. Course Responds to Race Issues in Real Time

  Linda Sarsour recalled the moment in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks when her life as a Muslim-American changed forever. On that day, Sarsour returned home from classes at Kingsborough Community College to Sunset Park, where her mother was watching her kids. Entering … Continue Reading →