Henry A. Giroux: America’s addiction to violence

Giroux: At a policy level, violence drives an arms industry, a militaristic foreign policy, and is increasingly the punishing state’s major tool to enforce its hyped-up brand of domestic terrorism, especially against black youth.

Giroux | Schools as punishing factories: the handcuffing of public education

 The Nobel Prize-winning author Ngugi wa Thiong’o has insisted rightfully that “Children are the future of any society,” adding, “If you want to maim the future of any society, you simply maim the children.”[1] By Henry A. Giroux  PhilosophersforChange.org  August 8, 2015 The National Center on Family Homelessness reports that “One in 45 children experience More

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