From My Professor, Covid-19 and Oppression

The Politico headline reads, “Coronavirus quarantines could rob poor, rural students of access to education.” My professor then asks— If a peer told you that it is simply easy to stay at home during this crisis, how would you respond? When reflecting on a graduate school class prompt from my professor I initially felt disbelief. Disbelief that there could possibly be someone in the world … Continue reading From My Professor, Covid-19 and Oppression

How Not to Respond, and How to Respond, to the Coronavirus

Originally posted on Blind Injustice:
I actually had a different post in mind for this week, but given the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19), I decided to make a quick change in plans. Given the wide range of both unjust and just reactions I’ve seen to the coronavirus, I thought I would make a list of things (with explanations) on how not to respond, and… Continue reading How Not to Respond, and How to Respond, to the Coronavirus