Outgroup homogeneity: one perceives people in their own group to be diverse, while perceiving those in the “outgroup” as totally similar.
Here at my university, the LGBT community is rather outspoken and prominent. 735 more words
The arrival of European settlers, Aboriginal women held a significant status in their communities. Women had either equal or more power in their societies. In many First Nations, they functioned as matrilineal societies, so power was passed down through women. 750 more words
As a person of non-standard gender identity, and someone who works hard to use their relative privilege to speak out against transphobia, I tend to notice some recurring themes in critique of the Trans* community whenever someone pushes back against cissexist oppression. 1,400 more words
A British taxi-driver on L2 learner maginalization.
Last year I took a taxi across town, and the driver was from Pakistan . As is sometimes the case with taxi drivers, he had a lot to say, had a surprising perspective on life, had a wife and kids somewhere north. 513 more words
Not only preparing the seedbed for a burgeoning democracy, creating a secular state, and promoting the equality of nations and nationalities but also averting all forms of discrimination including the ones that arise from obliviousness are the responsibilities of an accountable government that cuts a posture of citizens’ patron. 742 more words