Last week I commented on a blog post and shared links to Huffington Post’s Test Kitchen. I wanted to make a dedicated post for it in particular to give everyone the opportunity to explore these websites.

The test kitchen is a place where Huffington Post explores social topics and strives to create compelling storytelling.

They have two compelling sites up I think pertain to our class discussions:

“Latinos- Break the Mold”

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“Ferguson Class of 2014”

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3 responses »

  1. jonesa0913 says:

    This sire resonates with me. I think it is especially impactful for a number of reasons: namely, its ability to contextualize Brown’s death and destroy the idea that it was inconsequential. This is a really great resource for our group’s project (Existing While Black) because it presents a different way to rehumanize victims of police of brutality, which is the goal of project. Thanks!

  2. jonesa0913 says:

    This site resonates with me. I think it is especially impactful for a number of reasons: namely, its ability to contextualize Brown’s death and destroy the idea that it was inconsequential. This is a really great resource for our group’s project (Existing While Black) because it presents a different way to rehumanize victims of police of brutality, which is the goal of project. Thanks!

  3. kthompso says:

    So interesting to revisit this and the concept of breaking a mold in light of all that has happened on campus and beyond. Clearly, this issues are complex and prominent in multiple settings—not just at school. Thanks for sharing!

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