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Missing the Point: Bloodborne HIV in Malawian Prisons

Journalists can never resist anything they interpret as being ‘evidence’ of sexual practices in prisons. For example, an article about HIV prevalence in a prison in Malawi concludes that it must all have been transmitted sexually, and rants on about homosexuality, with prurient rubbish about whether the distribution of condoms does or does not ‘promote’ homosexuality. 294 more words

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Simon Collery reblogged this on Blogtivist.

How the Brain allows Dehumanization, Propaganda, and Genocide, PBS Video

How the Brain allows Dehumanization, Propaganda, and Genocide

Click here for the PBS video:

http://bit.ly/2x7dPm7

Episode 5 | The Massacre of Srebrenica

David meets Hasan Nuhanovic who describes his harrowing… 57 more words

How the Brain allows Dehumanization, Propaganda, and Genocide, PBS Video

How the Brain allows Dehumanization, Propaganda, and Genocide

Click here for the PBS video:

http://bit.ly/2x7dPm7

Episode 5 | The Massacre of Srebrenica

David meets Hasan Nuhanovic who describes his harrowing… 57 more words

Daily Dose 8/16/17

“The Founding Fathers thought it easier to subjugate by dehumanizing their prey; their descendants find it easier to subjugate their prey by humanizing and prioritizing corporate entities,” Jewelle Gomez… 8 more words

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Racism and Colonization with Meleiza Figueroa at the Democracy Convention (Video)

 Meleiza Figueroa discusses how Colonization is more accurate vernacular than racism, and how capitalism classifies people to exploit them at the 2017 Democracy Convention during the Basics of Solidarity & Racial Justice panel. 61 more words

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Being Human - Part 3

We’ve been talking about what it means to be human. In the past two posts (here and here), we’ve focused on how we might read Genesis 1:26-28 in its original context. 836 more words

An Itinerant Museum Picks Apart the Language of Dehumanization

The Museum of Nonhumanity, on view at the Nordic Biennial, looks at the ways language shapes “othering.”

Source: An Itinerant Museum Picks Apart the Language of Dehumanization

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