B1B2-7. Diversity & Inclusion
Indigenous communities celebrate the Aboriginal Flag
Who is Harold Thomas, the man who created the Aboriginal flag? Posted Tue 25 Jan 2022 Harold Thomas designed the Aboriginal flag in 1970.(Supplied: David Hancock) The Aboriginal flag, for the first time, can now be freely used by all Australians. That’s because Harold Thomas, the man who designed the flag, agreed to transfer its copyright to the Commonwealth … Continuer la lecture
Why is everything white?
Racism on US Campus
Black Native Americans fight for recognition
The problem we all live with
The “Contemporary” Racial Conscience and Sensitivity of Norman Rockwell
Language adapts to people not the contrary.
My English will never be ‘perfect’ – and that’s what keeps a language alive by Nesrine Malik As a child, I mixed English with Arabic. Now I know there’s no such thing as a fixed language that belongs to one special group. A sign for English lessons in Nawalgarh, Rajasthan, India. Photograph: Alamy Mon 28 … Continuer la lecture
America’s gun obsession is rooted in slavery
America’s gun obsession is rooted in slavery A series of slave revolts terrified white residents and helped fuel the rationale for gun ownership ‘For too long, the second amendment has been portrayed with a founding fathers aura swaddled in the stars and stripes.’ Photograph: Eric Gay/AP Carol Anderson Fri 4 Jun 2021 11.00 BST Bodies … Continuer la lecture
First Native American U.S. Interior Secretary
The Historical Significance of Deb Haaland Becoming the First Native American Cabinet Secretary Congresswoman Deb Haaland delivers remarks after being introduced as U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee to be the next U.S. Secretary of Interior at the Queen Theater on Dec. 19, 2020, in Wilmington, Delaware. Alex Edelman/AFP—Getty Images By Olivia B. Waxman March 15, … Continuer la lecture