Slavery is as old as society. It still exists in a very real sense. As we now acknowledge the evils of the practice, why does it still persist? Is it possible to choose to become a slave?
I talked to a curator at one of the main galleries in the USA. Congratulated them that they were one of the few that actually found employ in the field of the degrees they had pursued. I think it was art history. In actuality no one acts like there are millions of art galleries so why would millions of people major in art history?
- Slavery from Wordnik
- Migrants from West Africa being ‘sold in Libyan slave markets’ | The Guardian
- Robots Want Your Tasks, Not Your Jobs (or Why the Liberal Arts Still Matter) | Techonomy
- Dothraki developer, invented-language leader to teach summer class
- They Tech Our Jobs! | Rantatonne
- Putting Children in Their Place : Many adults believe with every fiber of their being that children belong in school. Full stop. Whether school is that great a place or not is not really the main issue on the table. Most adults simply don’t have better ideas for kids. | Life Learning Magazine
- Who Built the Pyramids? | Harvard Magazine
It’s also #WorthlessDegreeAwarenessMonth
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