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Anwar Omeish

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A Thousand Possibilities

We — students, workers, administrators, faculty — must hold and be held accountable to realizing transgressive politics at the University and beyond it, not as saviors but as partners in collective worldbuilding.

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University Ethics and the Spirit of Accountability

To engage the world around us with moral courage, we must build systems that genuinely empower local and otherwise non-Harvard voices in our decision-making.

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Critique of Militarized Reason

The impact of this funding is clear: It underlies the sordid history of the 21st century’s well-documented travesties in Iraq and Afghanistan, and others less-documented across the world.

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Negligent Forms of Academic Life

Rather than seeing these truths as they are — consequence and concomitant of theory — we push them aside, failing to acknowledge the assumptions and limitations of our own intellectual tradition.

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Eyes Upon the University

We — Harvard, the American university, modern education — quite simply lack the courage it would take for us to build liberatory and transformative institutions.

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Continuing Conversations: Ethnic Studies at Harvard

You are part of a long legacy of student action, and the need for thoughtful conversation about race and ethnicity is greater now than it has ever been before.

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