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Transfix Hindu Tradition

Are you Hindu tradition Rejecters or Hindu tradition Glorifiers? I am neither a rejecter nor glorifier. With due respect to everyone, did we question about these myths to anyone that have been following through generations? 7,734 more words

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Mythology and Manhood in Kimmel’s Manhood in America

American men have no history. With this controversial statement, Michael Kimmel begins his book Manhood in America – A cultural history. He explains that while practically every history book is a history of men, – feminist scholars pointing out that it is women who, for the longest time, have had no history – what remains hard to find is an account of how manhood structured the lives of men as… 2,046 more words

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Revising History: the Russian factor in America's Civil War

Normally we treat history as a constant or static account of events.  Even though the winners often write the books, we forget that these winners often go back and edit these stories over the course of time when convenient.   739 more words


A note from Carole

I will be working in the Fellowship Hall Wednesday (1/7) 11 am until 2 pm sorting groceries and getting things in order following Safe Nights. I will be bagging for Food Pantry Thursday (1/8) 11 am to 2 pm getting ready for Pantry next week. 15 more words

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Leigh Anne Tuohy, Racism, and the White Saviour Complex

Leigh Anne “That Nice Woman Sandra Bullock Played In The Blind Side” Tuohy recently posted the following picture and caption on her Facebook and Instagram accounts: 1,275 more words

Stirring up trouble by DrVLoLil reblogged this on Stirring Up Trouble by DrVLoLil and commented:

We see things through our own lenses. This is an unfortunate circumstance all the way around. Her only error may have been her effort to create a narrative to accompany the picture.

Dick Gregory...On Becoming a Public Intellectual

Just being a Negro doesn’t qualify you to understand the race situation any more than being sick makes you an expert on medicine. Dick Gregory