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The Atlanta Compromise

On this day in 1895, Booker T. Washington delivered the Alanta Compromise address.

This was an agreement between Washington, president of the Tuskegee Institute, other African-American leaders, and Southern white leaders. 130 more words


What I'm Reading: How Europe's far right fell in love with Australia's immigration policy

I am currently studying Religion in Peace and Conflict Studies at Uppsala University. As part of the literature course, our professor has asked us to write a bibliographical review of sources that we may use for our thesis. 354 more words


Book Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s high school reading curriculum staple is told through the eyes of Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, a young girl growing up in 1930s Alabama, where money is scarce and racism is rife. 483 more words

Book Reviews


Her home town, a slowdown, showdown-shamtown of comedowns

Of young male-one-offence-down suicide rates, fates fast slipped downs,

The I don’t cares, out of now wheres, and no where’s a place she began… 545 more words


EVENT: Wall-to-Wall, Winnipeg's Mural and Culture Festival

Celebrate the power of art at Winnipeg’s annual Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival. From September 1-30, enjoy a variety of events including live music, workshops, and mural creations that tackle complex and important topics such as diversity, racism, and social consciousness. 521 more words

Events And Opportunities For Youth

Race to Class

Institutions of higher education in Brazil have been anything but immune to the changing discourse surrounding race in the diverse South American country. A recent Portuguese language article in… 520 more words

How The Right-Wing Press Has Weaponised The Ability To Speak English

Being able to speak English is considered by many to be an integral part of “being British”. Officially, it is a requirement for those applying for British citizenship. 708 more words