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When Racist [His]tory of Race Stops Being Fascinating.

This is a brief aside from class last week. As we were discussing a paper that discussed the (abstracted) conceptual history of the term ‘Race’, and were focusing on the categorization of Races as it relates to christian religion (we were planted in … Continue reading

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