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
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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.
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
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