One of lasting impacts of experiencing abuse within the psychiatric system and oppression within the legal system, medical system, child protection system and police (mainly due to the combination of being a woman and having a psychiatric history), is that I’m very sensitive to not being believed or not feeling believed. 575 more words
Tags » Marginalization
Guests are an obligation much like a loan, except it is not as voluntary a decision.
When guests come to my house, it is like other-imposed Hotel California-ness. 363 more words
By Tertu X’aga Fernandu
San communities remain the most marginalized communities in Namibia, aggregated both by oppression and a perpetual loss of self-confidence. The San communities are transitioning to adopt modern ways of life but at the same time going through a diverse violation of their fundamental human rights in the modern democracy, thereby, rendering a rocky terrain for the San to succumb and embrace the modern lifestyle. 501 more words
As American Christians we frequently see debates about whether Christianity is being persecuted in the United States. Strictly speaking, we aren’t being arrested for being Christians, churches are not being seized by the government, and so on. 89 more words