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Visionary Anger

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in Medium. "I first heard Adrienne Rich use the phrase “visionary anger” in the mid 1970s at a reading she gave in Boston. She may have just…
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My college classes on the day after

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in Medium. "Donald Trump rocked my world by becoming the president elect, but on the day after, I had to go teach class. I have two classes…
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Lessons From the Progressive People’s Party

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellows. This piece was first published in The Huffington Post, "Surrounded by young people—“middle-class, long-haired, restless, searching”—the candidate is the progressive candidate for President..."
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We need an ACT-UP for gun control

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellows. This piece was first published in Medium, "Walking the dog this morning — the day after the slaughter in an Orlando gay nightclub — we met our neighbor who said — “The LGBT community..."
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The Case for an International Environmental Court

Martha Winters Gilliland and Judith McDaniel, 2015-2106 Public Voices Fellows. This piece was first published in The World Post, "World leaders have begun to ratify the Paris agreement and it is a good thing. India..."
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The Supreme Court Is at Stake: Why the Presidential Election Matters

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This piece was first published in Truthout, "It is no secret that the makeup of the US Supreme Court will be a major issue as the fall election campaigns unfold…
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Creating Community: Part 3 – Hard Conversations in an Online Classroom – ‘Heart of Darkness’

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Fellows, with Tim Fraser-Bumatay, Daniel Herrera, and Ryan Kelly.  This piece was first published in Educational Technology & Change Journal, “The questions we were left with at the end of the Othello discussion…
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Creating Community: Part 2 – Hard Conversations in an Online Classroom – ‘Othello’

Judith McDaniel (2015-2016 Fellow) with Tim Fraser-Bumatay, Daniel Herrera, and Ryan Kelly.  This piece was first published in Educational Technology & Change Journal, "The four of us are all teachers in face-to-face classrooms, and we have…
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Religious exemptions or equal protection in education?

Judith McDaniel, 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in The Hill. "A transgender student expelled after revealing her gender identity—California Baptist University, July 2011. Two lesbian players on a women’s basketball team harassed into leaving…
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Patriarchy Is the Only Way to Explain Pregnancy Politics

Judith McDaniel 2015-2016 Fellow. This pieces was first published in WeNews. "Today the medical frontier is transplanting uteruses so that women who are missing theirs can still have children of their own. Not an adoption, but…
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