Roundup Top Ten for April 9, 2021Roundup
Ice core samples from the Greenland shelf are a physical archive of the long sweep of human history, and demonstrate the connections of humanity's past and future.
Debates over the redress of past racial injustice must acknowledge that some past actions have harmed communities in ways that can't be repaired, including th loss of space for communal leisure or equal access to everyday pleasures.
The rhetoric of protecting "taxpayer dollars" hinges on a selective interpretation of who pays taxes that reinforces the privilege of affluent whites to have government follow their preferences.
"We see this trend across the nation: when students of color finally began to gain access to higher education, disinvestment and the shrinking of educational opportunity followed."
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