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The Mindset of a Colony

by Margaret & Jim Cuthbert

The May/June issue of the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, which of course you will all have read, actually resonates in a surprising way with the Scottish referendum debate. 1,301 more words

Commentary

Reading Response #3: Identity and Interpellation

When succumbs to its insistent address, however, the response is to adapt himself to a stereotype, and in this way become a subject of ideology. Negro staged interpellation as spectacle; that is, it showed that authentic identity for one individual could appear as ideology to another. 

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Performance Studies

Economic Freedom Fighters Western Cape MPL, Nazier Paulsen's Response to the State Of the Province Address

Honourable Speaker

In his book “Wretched of the Earth”, Frantz Fanon said: “Every generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfil it or betray it” 968 more words

Chinese Reparations

I just appeared on a London-based television show hosted by Richie Allen and one of the co-producers asked me what would reparations look like and as I began to discuss my ideas on the topic (public policies that eliminate racial disparities), he said that he was Chinese and that Chinese are also subjected to discrimination and that I didn’t answer about Chinese. 229 more words

British Colonialism

Class Issues in Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth

Frantz Fanon, in his classic account of colonialism and violence, The Wretched of the Earth, went to great length and detail explaining the elements needed to overthrow a colonial oppressor. 573 more words

Paddy Vipond