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How Whiteness Was Invented And Fashioned In Britain’s Colonial Age Of Expansion

“How whiteness was invented and fashioned in Britain’s colonial age of expansion,” by Beverly Lemire, University of Alberta Fashion is political — today as in the past. As Britain’s Empire dramatically expanded, people of all ranks lived with clothing and everyday … Continue reading

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The Colour Of Someone’s Skin Doesn’t Equate To Definitive Sameness

“The colour of someone’s skin doesn’t equate to definitive sameness,” by Warren Clarke, University of Manitoba Despite the highly publicized 2020 murder of George Floyd and subsequent calls for change, many people of non-African descent around the world have yet to … Continue reading

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How The Distortion Of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s Words Enables More, Not Less, Racial Division

“How the distortion of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s words enables more, not less, racial division within American society” by Hajar Yazdiha, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences U.S. Rep. Chip Roy of Texas is just the latest conservative lawmaker … Continue reading

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