365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9
8/9/14 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9
8/9/14 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9
8/9/14 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9
8/9/14 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9
8/9/14

365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 9

8/9/14

crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
crossconnectmag:

Tim Walke
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365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8
7/9/2014 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8
7/9/2014 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8
7/9/2014 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8
7/9/2014 365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8
7/9/2014

365 Day Photography Challenge - No. 8

7/9/2014

“Globalization is producing ‘a new geography of centrality and marginality’. In major world cities this is reflected in deepening inequality in salaries and wages and claims to urban space, in new forms of racialization, and in increased contention over cultural representation and power. In this article, I explore ways in which US education policies centered on accountability and in- creased regulation of teachers, students, and schools are implicated in these economic and social processes. My focus is the role of education policies in the production of inequality and racial oppression and the reproduction of a highly stratified, economically polarized labor force. I argue that these policies further differentiate educational experiences by race, ethnicity, and social class and that the constellation of policies serves to regulate and control African American and Latino youth, in particular, and sort and discipline them for differentiated roles in the economy and the city.”

Pauline Lipman, Chicago School Policy: regulating  Black and Latino youth in the global city

Let’s just talk about how great my urban education class is

starting my research in my women’s health class for insemination methods for queer women couples!!!

“If you don’t end up smiling while you are kissing someone, you are probably kissing the wrong person.”
— I wish I learned this before (via lil-plant-princess)

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