Tag Archives: Classism

Rage is a State of Being.

¬† Inconsequential Determinants “What happens when you’re confronted by a man, In the quiet moments¬† where no one can see? What happens when you CANNOT flee? What happens when you have to fight, when you’ve reached a dead end and … Continue reading

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Self-Loathing and Other Complications of Intersectional Identity Politics: How June Jordan Saves the Day

  This is the part of the year where time begins to get away from me, so I thought I would explore this phenomenon here. I just sat up a few moments ago (so approximately 4:20A.M.) and asked myself when … Continue reading

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The Inability to Find Peace, to Still the Disquiet.

I am writing this blog in light of a presentation I led yesterday. What I was discussing was Foucault regarding the way that he discussed Race in The History of Sexuality An Introduction Volume 1. This wasn’t an expansive exploration, … Continue reading

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