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Jordan Peterson: “There was plenty of motivation to take me out. It just didn't work" | British GQ - YouTube
As part of our 30th-anniversary dissection of masculinity, Helen Lewis interrogated controversial Canadian academic and bestselling author Jordan Peterson about the patriarchy, #MeToo, the alt-right, gay parenting, fascist ideologies, his all-beef diet and much more...
jordan-peterson  social-justice  video  youtube 
11 days ago by kogakure
Novo - „Identitätspolitik ist eine fundamental anti-westliche Idee“
Der kanadische Psychologe, Autor und Kulturkritiker Jordan Peterson erlangte Bekanntheit als Kritiker eines Gesetzes über Transgender-Rechte. Er sieht darin einen Angriff auf die Meinungsfreiheit.
jordan-peterson  social-justice 
12 days ago by kogakure
Response to “The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel” The American Vision
On the flip side, we today believe and actively live out so much of the “radical” worldview for which the despised opponents of those orthodox men and women stood back then, but which was sneered at as Jacobinism, humanism, depravity, unorthodoxy, heresy, Communism, antichrist, and much more. Yet here we are: we are all abolitionists now. If that is Jacobinism, we are all French Revolutionaries. If race-mixing is Communism, as was openly and widely believed in the 50s and 60s, then we are all Communists now also.

If, however, we have seen past all that fearmongering and demagoguery, maybe we should back off a bit this time, too, and make an actual “closer examination.” Maybe we should mark that which is good and important—that which is social about biblical justice and biblical about social justice—and not throw the baby out with the baptismal water. Maybe we need a less ham-fisted, knee-jerk reaction and a more thoughtful one based on God’s law and its outworking of love in the church and society. Maybe, just maybe, the conservative, Bible-believing churches ought to try to lead a social movement on biblical principles, not let the liberals pick up where we fail again, and not circle the wagons again.
john-macarthur  doug-wilson  liberalism  social-justice  joel-mcdurmon  racism 
7 weeks ago by chriskrycho
Should Climate Scientists Fly? - Scientific American Blog Network
This is why climate action is about moral courage. Yes, we must have the courage to align our personal actions with our understanding of the science, through decreasing and stopping our flying. But, more importantly, we must have to courage to speak truth to power, despite how this might change our public or professional standing. Climate action is one of the most fundamental social justice movements of our time. No more and no less, our choices now to act as brave stewards of planetary life, despite political realities and institutional denialism, will change the trajectory of the planet forever. It is worth it.
climate-change  politics  activism  neoliberalism  to-write-about  social-justice 
11 weeks ago by Vaguery
The role of energy efficiency in creating just and inclusive communities | Greenbiz
The District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment’s D.C. Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) — the only efficiency utility in the country combining energy efficiency and social justice — invests $3.8 million to vulnerable communities through energy efficiency upgrades in affordable housing, shelters and clinics. It also helps district residents attain new skills and become competitive in the green jobs market through its Workforce Development Program. Much of its work is exclusively installed through district-based certified business enterprises (CBE) ensuring the economic benefits are felt by local businesses. Since 2011, its unique work has resulted in more than $600 million in lifetime energy cost savings, and prevented the lifetime emission of more than 3.5 million metric tons of carbon — the equivalent of taking almost 750,000 cars off the road for one year.
energy-efficiency  social-justice  housing 
july 2018 by altoii

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