A discussion on Binary perceptions of difference in historical texts and personal history
Personally, I did not find binaries helpful, the binaries of ‘black’ and ‘white’, and ‘male’ and ‘female’ seem to me to be tools of segregation.
As a child, I loved David Copperfield. I had forgotten what a good story it was, until January of 2020 when I went to the cinema and watched the film. The film is based on the story and is very contemporary, with regard to the problems with finding decent rented accommodation, particularly in Britain. DickensContinue reading “David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, The Film based on the book; released in 2020.”
I come to you today, feeling empty. There are no more excuses. Today I witnessed a blackbird lying down in the grass like a cat. I had seen the pigeons do this a month ago, but I thought little of it. Perhaps they had become domesticated, since they had fallen out of their nest andContinue reading “When birds lie down”
Watch Full Video: Cuomo Holds Daily News Conference https://nyti.ms/3eYc5Rj This gives me hope. A stunning 14 minutes of sensible talk on how societal change can happen overnight. Bibliography: Courtesy of Reuters, New York Times, June 5th 2020 Accessed 5-6-2020 Image by Gill Adams, 1992-1996
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what does it mean to perceive others