Mary Romero, Arizona State University Mary Romero is Professor of Justice Studies and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University and affiliate of Women and Gender
In this paper, she dismantled the false history of sociology that ignored African Americans, persons of color, women, and social activists. At the same time,
Abstract: School choice advocates make two arguments: the first is economic, that a “government monopoly” of schooling is inefficient, lacks accountability to consumers, and restricts
images sensationalize, horrify, titillate — rarely to the spur action. We may “share” them on FB. At Christmas we may give a few bucks to “save the children.” But instead of leading to social change they pacify. Sontag was right in “regarding the pain of others” that we quickly become inured to horror — from the starving wraiths of Buchenwald to the daily genocide in Gaza.
Sartre’s introduction to Franz Fanon’s classic “The Wretched of the Earth” is a hell of a piece of literature. It begins: “NOT so very long