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I’ve been thinking about why so much discourse in American culture discourages people from claiming the status of “victim.” I wonder if it’s a way of conditioning ppl out of their power b/c victims can demand that someone be held accountable for their victimization…
"The underrepresentation of Black scholars on university campuses and curriculums communicated to me that these institutions do not think Black people belong in academia." -#BLM Guest Post by @MariusKothor #BlackInTheIvory https://t.co/u2tZnKhfy1
However, currency restrictions and border controls obstructed trade between these regions in much the same way as trade between contemporary nations-states. How would you describe a situation like this? I've thought about using "trans-local" and "trans-regional" but these terms..
Question 4 historian friends, how do you talk about relationships between different colonial settings? I'm writing about markets that cut across French Togoland, British Togoland & the Gold Coast & the word I keep trying to use is "transnational markets" but these aren't nations
the limited worker solidarity I feel with fellow grad students who are children of profs/lawyers/docs etc… it often sounds like “raise my stipend so I can stop using my trust fund to pay rent!!” please at least recognize the power dynamics between you and others 🤪
My favorite is when wealthy people try to act like they are more in solidarity with the working class than you are because they read some books on labor history. https://t.co/eEouADyvYw
Today on @BlkPerspectives, Jayson Maurice Porter (@RogueChieftan) offers an essay that invites readers “to think about Black life and land in Mexico through benne seed.”—https://t.co/BVVZJeHcj7 https://t.co/iuMVvXxQVz