“I’ve seen through my work with students from many walks of life, how quickly stalemates dissolve when new voices enter the conversation”.
We interpret conflicting evidence as supportive of our thoughts, and seek out arguments that confirm beliefs, becoming confident of our opinions .
A universal basic income experiment in Stockton, California gave randomly selected residents $500 per month for two years with no strings attached.
Data governance surfaces as key terrain on which to regulate firms engaged in datafication by responding to the injustices of informational capitalism.
Like I have a choice
And suddenly (almost) everyone finds themselves wondering: “What if I get sick? And out of the blue, the necessity of being connected becomes so real.
Til Doubt Do Us Part
The issue of whether or not one can willingly choose to believe something (or willingly choose not to) is a discussion-worthy topic in its own right.
Climate Change is a Serial Killer
A serial killer is a term describing a type of killer who kills a number of people over a long period of time. Then climate change is a serial killer.
When Anger Is A Gift: Puerto Rico Rising
The multitudinous and persistent demonstrations that call for the governor’s resignation show that democracy and dignity walk together. Puerto Rico demands loud and clear: “Ricky resign!”
US: Inequality in America
The Declaration of Independence states that “all men are created equal.” But doesn’t the US have a stratified class structure based on family background, wealth, authority, occupation, age, gender, etc.? Sure.
Thoughts on End of Life Choices
We are endlessly rethinking how to deal with the end of life. We begin the conversation with our loved ones and in our communities, showing it is not just a concern for healthcare professionals, the terminally ill or the elderly, but for everyone.