“A writer’s notebook is not a diary. Writers react. Writers need a place to record these reactions. That’s what a writer’s notebook is for. It gives you a place to write down what makes you angry or sad or amazed, to write down what you noticed and don’t want to forget. A writer’s notebook gives you a place to live like a writer.” - Ralph Fletcher

 


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Much like your post office or your social security, your public higher education system is something that has served you well for generations. Much like your post office or your social security, your public higher education system has, as such, become a target of corporate colonization. Much like your post office or your social security, your public higher education has been facing generations of politically driven budget cuts while facing pernicious informational attacks pretending it’s dysfunctions are the cause of public ownership, transparency and community involvement (and of course, never the budget cuts). Much like your post office or your social security, we are in a multi-generational struggle to prevent the corporate transformation of public higher education from a public service into a private profit engine.

Manny Jalonschi

(Source: politicususa.com)

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