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Study Hall: ‘Don’t I Have a Say in What My Child Reads?’

A Study Hall discussing book bans, parent’s rights, and their roles in ensuring their kids receive a quality education. 

The History and Future of Book Bans 

The record number of banned book attempts is part of a long American tradition of library censorship.

The Meaning Behind “Judeo-Christian Values”

The United States’ Judeo-Christian values are said to keep military AI in check, but it hasn’t prevented their war crimes.

Revolutionary Community Organizing with the Young Lords

Much of the Young Lords’ success came from their innate ability to provide hands-on community service programs while also doing attention-grabbing acts of civil disobedience.

Graduated Reentry and the Need for Real Prison Reform

Learn about the Graduated Reentry Program and how prison reform legislation isn’t meaningful without accountability and oversight.

Study Hall: ‘How Can I Best Support People on Strike?’ (Cont’d)

A Study Hall discussing the recent strikes and the importance of advocating for good labor practices, even when it’s inconvenient.




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