The week’s art work.
This week’s Tweets.
Y is this important? 52,000 special education students in Chicago, most poor, most students of color… when these kids have rights violated and don’t get the education they deserve… they are hurt, their families are hurt, society is hurt. https://t.co/E5xlbboTyb
— Sarah Karp (@SSKedreporter) May 11, 2018
Gitlin thinks what we call “’68” was a list of calamities and the victory of counter-revolution. I remember it as an awakening, revolt, violent repression and more revolt. https://t.co/b22rjTpJBe via @nybooks
— Fred Klonsky (@fklonsky) May 10, 2018
I lost my son, Xavier, to senseless gun violence six months ago. Today is his birthday. There’s no better way to celebrate his life than to speak out alongside these courageous students saying no to racist school closings in Chicago. We need an Illinois where equity is paramount. pic.twitter.com/4MQSusFCLI
— Ra Joy (@Ra_Joy) December 6, 2017