film equipment & braking promises to students is unacceptable
Track: The game of hide and seek
Artist: Alan Watts
Album: Out of Your Mind - [Disc 2]
Holly Eskew - Asleep In Berlin | Facebook
Before leaving for Berlin we met with the head of dffb who promised us there would be equipment ready and waiting for us. That did not happen and I was left in a very frustrating situation. #thisishowwefeel — with Holly Eskew | Performance Art and Inconvenient Art at Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb).
Alan Watts on Schooling
Instead of making the game of school transparent, and acknowledging that the whole concept of institutionalized education is fundamentally flawed and unnatural, schools insist that the students are flawed and in desperate need of transformation. Alan Watts, thank you for summing up my sentiments…
Track: Intervals between what happens
Artist: Alan Watts
Album: Out of Your Mind - The Web of Life [Part 1]
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needs to be a page for due-process.pdf
from that page we can start talking about the disciplinary proceedings of public colleges and universities governed by the United States Constitution, because state schools are governmental institutions. The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution promise that the government will not deprive any person of “life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” This means that what lawyers call “accusatory proceedings” of any sort, including campus disciplinary proceedings, must be handled in a regularized manner—not in an arbitrary manner designed for this or that particular case—and must include procedural safeguards that match the seriousness of the potential punishment.
Definition: Substantive Due Process Rights
Substantive due process rights are those that protect a party from unreasonable, excessive, or uncivilized treatment or punishment. Freedom from cruel and unusual punishments and freedom from invasion of privacy are examples of such rights.
Indeed, it is no overstatement to say that “[t]he duty to conciliate is at the heart of Title VII.”
Holly Eskew | Occupy CalArts Documentary | Discussions | CalArtsCommonSpace
Occupy Everything is a feature-length film documenting the struggle of four female college students striving to reclaim public education in the state of California. Each of their stories are very different, but they all have had common experiences in that they feel bullied by the university — by tactics to wear them down, to run out the clock and deny them access to administrators — all the while banking on students graduating and moving on and thus, administrators are not held accountable for their actions. I’d like to share “The CalArts Story” with you and others in a documentary film. That is why I am fighting for my student rights.
Learn more about the project entitled “Occupy Everything: A Documentary of the Occupy Movement in California Schools” that Holly Eskew is collaborating on at Tenlegs.com
Unlawful Harassment Policy CalArts
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