While the concept of spatial justice might be universally applicable, it has a locality in different parts of the world. In the United States, spatial justice is about equal rights. In China, spatial justice focuses on equal resources.
The anniversary of the Stoneman Douglas school shooting has come and gone, and people are still grappling with gun violence in the United States. Why has the government yet to pass comprehensive gun reform, and how does the lack of gun control impact the country?
The nutritional standards in our schools are a symptom of a larger problem—our government continues to rely on corporate interests instead of prioritizing the welfare of our citizens. For the government to truly act for the public welfare, they should start by addressing the vast misconceptions they perpetuate for America’s children.
Understanding the size of a billion dollars constitutes a strong argument for the immorality of billionaires.
Public school funding systems are failing to provide equitable education for low-income populations. As the achievement gap between high and low-income areas widens, there is an emerging need for federal protections for all students.
Virginia, once home to a bustling tobacco industry, has done what was previously unthinkable: raised the smoking age to 21. Why? E-cigarettes have begun to pervade schools across the nation, and states are scrambling to come up with solutions.