Joe Concha, media opinion columnist for The Hill, argues Joe Biden should be the one denouncing acts of protest violence rather than his spokesman. She noted how throughout the campaign, Biden "positioned himself as a unity candidate" but predicted he would prioritize "reaching across the aisle" to Republicans while "progressive ideas get shafted. So why are we still acting like we can get along with these people — or would we even want to? That is true no matter who has been in office," Mallett wrote. Americans have never been united, and have been kept apart and pitted against one another by the state.
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It all started with an email. The course would ask students to analyze the efficacy of C3 — a domestic policing technique modeled after counterinsurgency tactics used in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars — on residents in the North End of Springfield, Massachusetts. The professor who teaches the course, Kevin Kit Parker, has been involved in the development and collection of C3 data in Springfield for nearly 10 years. On January 24, students associated with several on-campus groups, including the Harvard Alliance Against Campus Cops and the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign , compiled a letter of concerns and list of demands for the university.
First thing's first: consider gender a language that you have to learn to be fluent in. Like with any language, the older you get, the harder it is to understand, which is why some adults find it too daunting to learn. The truth is, it's really not so complicated, and we should really all be fluent in gender, because it helps all of us understand our own identities better. Sometimes people confuse gender with sex, and while the two words are related, they are not synonyms. Sex is the biological sum of your parts: physical anatomy, hormones, and your chromosomes.