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Free Speech, Civility, and Censorship in Education

"For Mill, freedom of expression and the collision of diverse ideas and perspectives drive the pursuit of knowledge. Both lead to new insights, guard against complacent attachment to conventional wisdom, and help to uncover the rational grounds for and meaning of doctrines that are already well established, but in danger of losing their vitality. ..." – By Josh Corngold

Diaspora Curriculum

"Diaspora curriculum draws upon a wide array of theoretical traditions of diasporas such as conceptions of diasporas; the breadth, diversity, and complexity of diasporas; diaspora consciousness; diasporic space and the in-betweenness of diasporas; exile and diaspora epistemology; exile pedagogy; exile curriculum; decolonizing diasporas; diasporic imaginaries and diasporic futurism; Afrofuturism; and Indigenous futurism. ..." – By Ming Fang He

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