Tag Archives: cultural diversity

Lessons in breast feeding & non-racism – Laeaurra Flamehawk

Lessons in breast feeding and a lack of racism go together in my memory. It might seem an odd pairing in an era where wet nurses are rare. But it was once a common sight in the South to see … Continue reading

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Angad Singh’s Protest & Response to Hate Crime & the Murder of Timothy Caughman

  Remarkable commitment and poise at 23… Important that we each find our ways to speak out and upstand. Thank you, Angad. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling Exeter since 1994

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Guante ‘Ten Responses to the Phrase ‘Man up”

Click on the link above for Guante’s performance of his work on Button Poetry’s Facebook page. Aho. ‘Man up’ belongs in the ‘just don’t say it’ category…. Thanks, Guante, and also to Button Poetry and Angie Buchanan for posting this on Facebook … Continue reading

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Xiuhtezcatl Martinez of Earth Guardians, speaking to the U.N. in Paris

The writer finds it deeply disturbing to hear this 15 year old boy speak with passion about what affects us all, while the adults behind him disregard both him and his message…The comments on the video published on the internet tell … Continue reading

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Jacob Appelbaum for openDemocracy

The last of three posts themed around the current international political situation, and the profound issues and choices we all face. What do we think we are seeing, and what do we intend to do about it? ‘It is not … Continue reading

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Will I die a Muslim? Raad Rahman for Guernica Magazine

https://www.guernicamag.com/daily/raad-rahman-will-i-die-a-muslim/ Powerful, important, topical article, well worth a read. Here’s Raad’s blog:- https://wondersonder.wordpress.com/ And here’s a book link:- http://www.amazon.co.uk/Framed-Butterflies-Novel-Raad-Rahman-ebook/dp/B00MD08DKE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1448707639&sr=8-1&keywords=raad+rahman+framed+butterflies Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling in Exeter since 1994

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The ‘professional’s’ role in a free society

‘It is my opinion that the professional’s role in a free society should be limited to contributing technical information men need to make their own decisions on the basis of their own values. When he pre-empts the authority to direct, … Continue reading

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