We at ASSERT stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people who alone are enduring the brunt of Vladimir Putin’s aggression and self-aggrandizing motivations. While all war is anathema to human flourishing, wars of aggression seeking to subjugate free and independent peoples—represented today by the invasion of Ukraine—are particularly intolerable. The toll of human suffering on the part of the Ukrainian peoples is already being realized and will continue to multiply. The suffering of the Russian people, who neither asked for nor supported Putin’s adventurism, must also be added to this account.Read more about Statement on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
We at ASSERT condem the terrible and unthinkable violence against our brothers and sisters of Asian ancestry (see full statement).Read more about Condemnation of Attacks on People of Asian Ancestry
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXbAxA2fkxY&feature=youtu.beRead more about New Link to Recorded Panel Discussion, Teaching Beyond January 6th
We want to make the recording of the live event available to any and all who were unable to join us. Enjoy:Read more about Recorded Panel: "Teaching Beyond January 6th"
Dear readers, I am taking the necessary step of making sure our contributing authors and issue editors receive a reprieve during the exploding coronovirus wave. Many folks are finding themselve back in isolation, attempting to work with kids who are now at home, many of them are mothers who bear the unequal burden of domestic responsibilities. We will return in March. Until then, be well.
In solidarity, from Canada
Cory Wright-Maley, Editor-in-ChiefRead more about Winter 2020 Issue Delayed b/c of Covid-19