Category: Educational Justice

Cellphone Addiction – Moderate or Severe?

Have you noticed that everywhere you go – restaurants, meetings, the park, museums, university classes, etc. – a significant (if not majority) of people are glued to the screen? Over the past several months or so, I’ve made it a point to take note of how much this is actually going on. And I’ll be

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Los Borregos and Acts of Inequitable Compassion

Most of the Mexican@s and Chican@s reading this will most likely know what “borrego” refers to and for the rest, no I’m not talking about some fluffy sheep roaming about the pasture. “No seas como los borregos,” or, “No seas una borrega.” Loudly hearing those phrases my dad has continuously said to me since I

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The deceitful cloak of well-intended white (and white-ified) feminist liberals*…

How many times will we be at the brunt end of the white feminist liberal do-gooders? I don’t see color, I see people. I empathize with you. I understand. Serious? You understand nothing. You continuously undermine and disrespect me. You use your swift and skewed semantic moves against us. When will you be forced to

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Silenced student voices no longer – #OurUNM student movement

“This is my first year at UNM and honestly I don’t know how much longer I’ll be here.” “My little sister will be starting UNM this Fall and will most likely have to take out a student loan, she’s only 18.” “I might have to drop out. I don’t know if I can help my

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