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The Curious Case of Integrated Racism in Benjamin Button

Originally posted on thebibliophile Weblog:
Ann Hornaday Ota Benga Film critic, Ann Hornaday recently wrote an article in The Washington Post about the film “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” which connects one of the characters in the film, with…

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Identifying the invisible narrative

A core aspect of the maintenance of racism white supremacy or colonialism [is] making white domination [seem] organic, natural, and [ordained] by God Listervelt Middleton: “how do you get African people to see the urgency of the situation” Marimba Ani: … Continue reading

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Kernel Commission

Summary of 2011 report examining the challenges facing “oppressed” people in 2012 We have found that racist behaviour/thought is not merely institutional; it relates to the authority/autonomy balance (AAB), that is; the desire for conflict that arises between the individuals … Continue reading

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