“We need a wholesale revision of how a democracy both listens to and treats young people.”
There can be little doubt that America has become a permanent warfare state.
Increasingly, the unthinkable emerges in American life as austerity measures are transformed into a specifically deadly way of exercising modes of sovereignty and government power.
The deteriorating state of American youth may be the most serious challenge the US faces in the 21st century.
Those who are yet to become engaged with the work of Henry Giroux are missing out – big time.
How is it possible to imagine a more equitable transformation in government and economics without a simultaneous transformation in culture, consciousness, social identities and values?