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Sunday Streamers: #51

Sunday Streamers will bring a carefully curated list of tracks to see you through the day of rest. New, old, anything goes.

Joe Cardamone presents Holy War… 33 more words

Sunday Streamers

A thought on Culture as an Integral Part of the Conditions of Existence

by Norman Pilon

Men make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past.

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A LITTLE ALTERNATIVE READING

To accompany my essay on the ‘decolonizing our minds’ debate at SOAS, the Observer asked me to compile a (very) short ‘alternative’ philosophy book list; alternative in the sense of being broadly non-European and consisting of works or authors of whom people may not have heard but nevertheless are significant in the history of ideas. 805 more words

Culture & Books

Review of The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon

by Rachel Barrow, 2016

Echoing his own words, Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth ( 2001) is often referred to as a text belonging irreducibly to its time. 1,555 more words

African Resistance

Bodily Curses

Text: Black Skin, White Mask by Frantz  Fanon

I pose a question that may be considered dangerous if truly studied. Does the black (read oppressed) individual have a being, or is this philosophical entity solely for white (read oppressive) individuals. 679 more words

Black History Month

Photo credited to Pixabay

During this month I will share quotes by writers on the complexities of the white/black divide.  We should remember though that there is only one race, the human race. 44 more words

'Fascists and Racists On Campus -- U.S.'

“I hold that whatever debates may be underway about the targets of Orwell’s dystopian “Nineteen Eighty-Four”, the modern university is the only institution that has taken that noble work for use as a manual. 3,796 more words

Political Correctness