”No way we men will ever find our bodies managed and directed the way society seems to want to do for women,” Mark McCormick writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
“Parity offers the truer path to freedom for African Americans and to a healthier democracy. Juneteenth’s emancipation remembrance merely marks the first step,” Mark McCormick writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
“The FOP isn’t accountable to citizens yet wields enormous power to shield police officers from punishment for behavior that harms citizens,” Mark McCormick writes in this column for Kansas Reflector.
Lawmakers in the Kansas House began laying the groundwork last week for redirecting taxpayer money from public to private schools by holding a two-hour hearing on complaints two parents have with diversity and inclusion initiatives.
“So much of the ever-changing debate about critical race theory — a term for an academic body of work not taught in K-12 public schools — centers the feelings of white students. We rarely seem concerned about how Black students have felt in public schools,” Mark McCormick writes in this column for Kansas Reflector.
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