Tag Archives: Racism

Brazilian Social Justice Warriors Strike Again -the story of a white girl and her turban.

A young white girl wearing a turban is at the station. Like many other people, she is minding her business and going about her day. Suddenly she is met with hostile stares and is then confronted by a group of … Continue reading

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A List of Things We Should Not Talk About – because talking about them only makes them worse

How I came to discover that there is a list of things we shouldn’t talk about has a bit of a back story. It mainly begins with the infamous Race Card. Is it real? Is it an illusion? Perhaps it’s … Continue reading

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The Complexity of Brazil’s Race Politics and a Little Black Kid Who Wanted to be Abu

During Brazil’s 2016 Carnival season a picture popped up on social media. It was of a little black boy dressed as Abu from the Disney movie Aladdin. He is on the shoulder of a man dressed as the title character, … Continue reading

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