Category Archives: Morals

Privilege

I’m just starting to learn about privilege in a social justice class, . I found this article recently called “The Distress of the Privileged.” It is written more so to minoritized groups, but reading it helped me understand my privilege … Continue reading

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Henry Ford

It is extremely difficult to be unbiased when critically examining the opinions and ideas of someone who you dislike, or who holds at least one opinion or idea that is wholly opposed to what you believe. Henry Ford, a vehement … Continue reading

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Trees

I walked out of class today to see a bunch of people clustered on a stairwell looking out a window. Outside there has been a lot of construction or something going on in the courtyard for a few months, and … Continue reading

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