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A Note on Archives
A few problems with databases and corrupted files and near total loss of files means some links are broken and many images are just plain gone. It will take time to reconstruct post by post.
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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
Category Archives: Excerpts/Quotes
There’s a lot of institutionalized racism, even among the liberal crowd of tenured radicals. In fact, one of my friends, a law professor put it best: “It’s the liberal who can often have the least self-consciousness about the pain they … Continue reading
See LA? That’s not just fueled by NOLA, either. It’s fueled by a lot of things some folks consider wholesome and right.
Previous posts in this series: “We know and we don’t know at the same time.” “That is what it means to be black.” “the term white criminal is confounding, while the term black criminal is nearly redundant” The criminalblackman, Or … Continue reading
The criminalblackman, Or “How can you tell us we can be anything when they treat us like we’re nothing?”
See previous posts: “We know and we don’t know at the same time.” “That is what it means to be black.” “the term white criminal is confounding, while the term black criminal is nearly redundant” —– Mark O’Mara: If George … Continue reading
See “We know and we don’t know at the same time.” and “That is what it means to be black.” ——— Zimmerman Verdict Poll: Do You Agree With The Verdict? HuffPo, 7/14/13. _________ The critical point here is that, for black men, … Continue reading
See “We know and we don’t know at the same time.” ————— Trayvon Martin’s Father Writes Heartbreaking Tweets Minutes After George Zimmerman Verdict. HuffPo, 7/14/13. _________ Arguably the most important parallel between mass incarceration and Jim Crow is that both … Continue reading
BREAKING: George Zimmerman Found Not Guilty. Think Progress, 7/13/13. ———— Much has been written about the ways in which people manage to deny, even to themselves, that extraordinary atrocities, racial oppression, and other forms of human suffering have occurred or … Continue reading
June 27: American Psychological Association. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 6th edition. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2010. p. 65 3.06 Smoothness of Expression Scientific prose and creative writing serve different purposes. Devices that are often found in creative writing—for example, setting … Continue reading