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Carlo Tavecchio, the leading candidate to head Italian Football Federation (FIGC), made a disparaging remark, describing Africans as “banana eaters.” How will this polemic affect the FIGC election in August? 990 more words
Following the previous blog, I considered what influenced the strong beliefs and violent behaviour of the Hutu and Tutsi.
Studies into different cultures show Asian and African countries emphasise 529 more words
The concept of this blog came from the reading my core textbook (Social Psychology) and the brief section on the prejudice between the Hutu and Tutsi in Rwanda. 434 more words
Amusement park view
Above the maddening crowd
If we can rise above the fray, shutting out what the world’s carnival barkers are screaming at us about what we should think, or do, or believe, then we can think clearly, and come to our own conclusions about how to live our lives and let others live theirs.
Historically it has always been our habit to attempt to colonise God, or in some way nationalise him. Throughout the Old Testament narrative for example, God was considered by most nations as strictly a God of the Jews. 753 more words