Judith Butler: Again, We Demand The Impossible

October 25, 2011, 11:08 am

Judith Butler, a leading voice in the resistance to university budget cuts in the California System, declares solidarity with Occupy Wall Street:

(Tenured Radical’s fingers upturned and wiggling.) Hat tip.

See below for my own views of the crisis in education and its relationship to the Occupy movement. Related links include:

Occupy Education, a website carrying messages from adults and children “that challenge public school to become something more than it is – messages that dare public school to serve students’ passions instead of politicians and vendors’ coffers.”

Jayna Brown and Jack Halberstam on “the US fall.”

The brilliant Chauncey DeVega on “An Inevitable Challenge? Of Race, White Privilege and the Occupy Wall Street Movement.”

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