Assessing Drug Harm Assessing Drug Facts

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ECSU Spring 2021

SOC 250
Social Inequality

Mar. 3, 2021

UCONN Avery Point
Spring 2021

SOCI 1501W
Race, Class & Gender

Mar. 2, 2021

SOCI 2301

Mar. 2, 2021


8 hours for what we will
Forbes magazine on the radical origins of Labor Day

In the News

Females were big-game hunters. So were men

Claims about voter fraud are a cover for voter suppression

NYT Are You Rich links

Are You Rich? This Income-Rank Quiz Might Change How You See Yourself

Where Does Your Net Worth Rank in America?

Poverty Risk Calculator

Genocide resources:

Mock Trials of Genocidaires - links & resources

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder links

Genocide links

My Lai:

Reflections on My Lai – 46 years on

On the invisible war

The Institutional Permissiveness in the Sanctions For Rape

Fact sheet on sexual assaults in the military


Poverty in the U.S. 2014

Know Your Surroundings Who's Poor and Who's on Welfare?

Fashioning moral panics, film at 11

Now you tell us

Making illness mental

What's the nature of mental illness

DSM5 Revising the reality of mental illness for Thought

Adderall as a drug menace?

A new take on the toll toking takes

Disturbing Images

Disturbing images & words

Torture is criminal

Tortured excuses and justifications do not lessen the crime.

White Racism:

Past and present online resources

Girl Brains Boy Brains, a debate fit for Zombies?

Read about it: Crimes of obedience

Perspective – making sense of modern landscapes

Charlotte Street, South Bronx, 1979

The city magnifies, spreads out, and advertises human nature in all its various manifestations. It is this that makes the city interesting, even fascinating. It is this, however, that makes it of all places the one in which to discover the secrets of human hearts, and to study human nature and society.

Robert Park
The City as a Social Laboratory

One day I walked with one of these middle-class gentlemen into Manchester. I spoke to him about the disgraceful unhealthy slums and drew his attention to the disgusting condition of that part of the town in which the factory workers lived. I declared that I had never seen so badly built a town in my life. He listened patiently and at the corner of the street at which we parted company, he remarked: "And yet there is a great deal of money made here. Good Morning, Sir."

Friedrich Engels
The Condition of the Working Class in England

…like the moon now, nothing but minerals…the buildings that used to form cliffs …had collapsed. Their wood had been consumed, and their stones had crashed down, had tumbled against one another until they locked at last in low and graceful curves. …walls still stood, but … windows and roof were gone, and there was nothing inside but ashes and dollops of melted glass. “It was like the moon,” said Billy Pilgrim.

Kurt Vonnegut