It was a mid-May morning in 1886 and all of Washington DC high society was abuzz with excited chatter in the wake of The Kirmes, a cabaret-esque pageant and dance recital that had opened in The National Theater the night before. 1,053 more words
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I encounter with relative frequency, individuals calling themselves shamans or having an interest in shamanism in both online and offline settings. I suspect most of them are not Evenki or Tungus Siberian folks, though there is the occasional exception. 610 more words
Intersectionality, The Catholic Religion, Obijiwe spirituality, "two-spirit", hagiography, oral tradition and the semiotic in Louise Erdrich's "The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse "
The term ‘intersectionality’ was first introduced into feminist theory by American feminist law professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 1989 paper entitled “Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: a black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics” published in the… 4,037 more words
The Pride in Practice Conference – Diversity into Consciousness
With diversity an ever increasing need in the workplace, Dameyon Bonson, a Mangarayi and Torres Strait Islander man believes that it is only through inclusive practices that this can this be fully realised. 155 more words