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Norman Rockwell's image of "Rosie the Riveter" received mass distribution on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post on Memorial Day, May 29, 1943. Rockwell's illustration features a brawny woman taking her lunch break with a rivet gun on her lap and beneath her Penny loafer a copy of Hitler's manifesto, Mein Kampf.

Gotta love the classics: WWII propaganda posters (73 Photos)

Culture and Reflection Theory: Fighting Racism And Respecting Black Female Bodies Are Inextricably Linked....and as you will see in this video, male privilege is blinding.  Wonderful example of how people (including media executives and sociologists) invoke the "It's just telling it like it is," narrative and fail to take responsibility when they benefit (acknowledged or not) from a system. Yes, it IS frustrating.

Fighting Racism And Respecting Black Female Bodies Are Inextricably Linked

Urbanization in the U.S. (click thru for analysis)

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota

This is a really neat 5 day program that UNC puts on focusing on qualitative research learning.  Topics include qualitative research - grounded theory; ethnography; and qualitative data collecting and a number of other topics (865)

This is a really neat 5 day program that UNC puts on focusing on qualitative research learning. Topics include qualitative research - grounded theory; and qualitative data collecting and a number of other topics

"Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both."    ~ C.W. Mills    [click on this image to find an excellent short video, which can be used to teach Mills' notion of the Sociological imagination]

“Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both” Today’s sociology quote is from C. Wright Mills’ classic, The Sociological Imagination.

"I have journeyed from being the non-white/white child of white parents, to asserting my true self."

A poignant comic about a girl's struggle to find her identity, racial and otherwise.

"I have journeyed from being the non-white/white child of white parents, to asserting my true self."

Ten tips for circletime in the preschool classroom. These are great tips for any preschool group activity. Love all the movement that she incorporates.

10 tips for circletime in the preschool classroom

Ten tips for circletime in the preschool classroom from Teach Preschool--really one of the best things I have read about circle time

A Reddit thread has ignited a new debate over unconventional black names. But white people do it too, writes Jamelle Bouie—and the double standard says something about racial inequality, ethnocentrism, and a reflection of who holds power.

Are Blacks Names ‘Weird,’ or Are You Just Racist?

Are Black Names 'Weird' or Are You Just Racist? (Article) "[U]nusual black names are treated as evidence of cultural inferiority in a way that isn’t true of unusual white names.

6 Open Ended Questions To Ask During Play | Imprints From Tricia

Imprints From Tricia : 6 Open Ended Questions To Ask During Play. Great ideas of open-ended questions that can give the CCLS good insight into what the child is thinking.

The Future of Student Loan Debt (click thru for analysis)

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota

Here we take a look at why Reggio Emilia education works and show you how it…

Why Reggio Emilia Education Works

It’s Not Fair

A 16 year old boy in Texas gets drunk, drives his truck 70 mph on a 40 mph road and kills four people who were stopped on the side of road fixing a flat tire, b

Over 150 incredible ideas for kids this spring including art, nature exploration, flower crafts, learning about seeds, and much more!

Over 150 incredible ideas for kids this spring including art, nature exploration, flower crafts, learning about seeds, and much more! Take some time to talk to your child about how plants grow and play pretend outside while you make a fairy garden.

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