Category Archives: Justice

What’s the Deal With an Authoritarian in Manila?

Hello All! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that knows the difference between archipelagos and atoll formation (thanks, Darwin). In this edition, we’ll discuss the fascinating and irascible new Filipino leader Rodrigo Duterte and his new … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Public Health, The Environment and Race?

Hello All! In this edition of WTD, we’ll discuss the high profile case of contaminated water in Flint, Michigan and how it connects with our community and social history of racial discrimination in housing and environmental concerns. Throughout the history … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Dissatisfaction in America?

Hello all! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that enjoys pessimism in good times. In this week’s post we’ll discuss the current doldrums of American political and public views that have persisted despite continuing economic gains. Is … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Segregation by Incarceration, and the Need to Listen?

Hello All! Welcome another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that attempts to reintroduce rational thought during a time when all sense of American history has somehow been forgotten. In this week’s post, we’ll discuss the large-scale American cultural … Continue reading

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