Category Archives: Finals

Georgetown Finals Aff

Plan The United States federal government should create is a substantive obligation in NEPA to evaluate downstream emissions from polluting activities and that climate change is a sufficient basis to reevaluate pollution standards in response to local and transnational soft legal mechanisms.

Harvard 1AR Finals

  The alt fails without proximate demands – US occupation of the Middle East produces repressive policing at home and connecting those struggles through the permutation is key to long term change Taylor 16 (assistant professor in the department of African American Studies at Princeton University) (Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation, Haymarket Books, […]

Kansas 1NR

  Settler colonialism does not explain the position of blackness Sexton 14 [12/19/2014, Jared Sexton is Director of African American Studies at UC Irvine “The Vel of Slavery: Tracking the Figure of the Unsovereign” published in Critical Sociology, pp 8-9] Something similar happens with respect to Smith’s statement of the relation between racial slavery and […]

Harvard 2AC

  Role of the Ballot   scholarship o/v   The Roll of the Ballot is to evaluate the plan vs a competitive alternative as a strategy for developing more effective explanatory critiques of oppression and volence.   Understanding the intrincacies of politics, the state, and the military is a PREREQUISITE to addressing oppression – means […]

Kansas 1NC Finals

  Their narrative of future legislative progress reproduces anti-blackness and prevents a paradigmatic analysis of modernity – the promise of “the future” prevents a full confrontation with the violence of the present because it creates the possibility of relief “to come” – only understanding time as anti-black accumulation can index existing conditions of violence Dillon […]


Harvard HS – Kansas BR Panel Samuels, Phil Hirn, Kevin Cram, Travis Turner, John Regnier, Jason 1AC Harvard 1NC Kansas 2AC Harvard 1NR Kansas   Stream