Same As It Ever Was: Ferguson, Two Years Later

Lauren Arend

Abstract


In this essay, I take a look at Ferguson two years after the death of Mike Brown and question what if anything has changed? I challenge educators to resists the temptation to reduce the complexity of the social fabric to an individual or to a specific town. It is our responsibility to guide our students to understand that racialized oppression is everywhere, and that to study Ferguson is to study any town, every town.


Keywords


Social Justice; Black Lives Matter; Social Movements; Race; Racism;

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ISSN 1920-4175 Critical Education