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I want a justice who wants justice

It’s absolute bullshit to be “pro-law.” The law is not neutral. The law is not impartial. It will never be ethical to be neutral.

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A Title IX toolkit to stop sexual harassment

If you have been sexually harassed, use this checklist to advocate for your Title IX rights at school.

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Betsy DeVos is at it again with Title IX

DeVos’s draft Title IX rules would encourage schools to ignore survivors when they ask for help.

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Alt-civil rights in the age of the alt-right

Surprise, Trump's new civil rights nominee Kenneth Marcus doesn’t believe in civil rights.

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You still have rights under Title IX

Betsy DeVos's interim guidance is dangerous, but Title IX is still the law of the land.

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Sex is like boxing

“Every woman has that one moment when you think — ope, here’s my rape!” Well, this is mine. [CW: sexual assault]

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Fuck centrism

Centrism protects the status quo. Centrism is an accomplice to oppression. Fuck centrism.

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Stop white supremacy

Don't be mad because I am talking about you. We are all complicit.

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The American Dream is a myth

This workshop on economic justice was presented at the Wharton School in February 2017.

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Understanding the immigration ban

This open letter on the president's executive order was sent to the Wharton community in January 2017.

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The "model minority" speaks out

This open letter on Anti-Asian discrimination was sent to the Wharton community in October 2016.

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Why Black lives must matter

This workshop on institutional racism in the criminal justice system was presented at the Wharton School in September 2016.

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Yellow peril supports Black lives

Asian America has an important role to play in #BlackLivesMatter.
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Why Wharton stands against Donald Trump

This analysis of Wharton's Open Letter to Donald Trump originally appeared in The Huffington Post in August 2016.

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Open letter to Donald Trump

This open letter was originally published on Medium in July 2016. It was signed by Wharton students and alumni in every class from 1964 to 2021.

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