Author Archives: Molly Beth Kerby

NYTs Review: ‘Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992,’ a Wrenching John Ridley Film

By JEANNETTE CATSOULISAPRIL 20, 2017 Teeming with acts both heroic and reprehensible, John Ridley’s wrenchingly humane documentary, “Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992,” reveals the Los Angeles riots as the almost inevitable culmination of a decade of heightening racial tensions. … Continue reading

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Obama’s Female Staffers Came Up With a Genius Strategy to Make Sure Their Voices Were Heard

By Claire Landsbaum Under Obama, women are in the room where it happens. Photo: Pete Souza/The White House When President Obama first took office, the White House wasn’t exactly the friendliest place for female staffers. Most of Obama’s senior staffers … Continue reading

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The end of privatization in the prison system

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Interview with Dr. Randy Stoecker, Professor of Community and Environmental Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Theodore Roszak : Towards an Eco-Psychology

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Pondering Trigger Warnings…

This is an extremely timely article as we begin the Fall semester of 2015. A lot of this resonates with me and some of the struggles I have in the classroom. How do we teach about the perils of society … Continue reading

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WKU Pathways to Sustainability Conference

WKU to host free Sustainability Fest By CHARLES A. MASON cmason@bgdailynews.com | Posted 4 days ago People interested in “slow” rather than fast food or in how to create a “food forest” – both current sustainability efforts – can attend … Continue reading

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The Deeper Message of the Flow Hive Living with bees is not about hardware, hives and management techniques any more – it is ultimately about the survival of life on earth. In the last few days, the media worldwide have become … Continue reading

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The Whitest Oscars Since 1998: Why the ‘Selma’ Snubs Matter

Headlines from the Daily Beast…. For the first time in almost two decades, no person of color received an acting nomination—the depressing icing on a white-washed, male-dominated Oscars cake. This sucks. The annual eye-roll criticism of the Oscars is that … Continue reading

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Shedding the Superwoman Myth

This is an interesting take on “where feminism went wrong” in the Chronicle of Higher Ed. I agreed with her points and found myself cheering as I read…then realized we were the same age with a similar history and understanding … Continue reading

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