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Politics & Society

“Reassuring Sounds”: The Impossibility of White Public Apology

White public apologies for racist words or deeds are often moralizing gestures that tend to aggravate the very wrongs they are meant to recognize.

Arts & Humanities

‘Forced Diversity’ In Movies Is Not a Thing – But Here’s Why Some People Are So Scared of It

When people of color enter spaces historically perceived as ‘white’ in popular representations of history and speculative fiction, familiar outcries of ‘blackwashing’ or ‘forced diversity’ are sure to follow. What is it exactly that white people fear losing?

Politics & Society

Sport and the Power of Conflict

Sport brings the world together – or not? Incidents at the Olympic Games, Euro 2020 and other events have lately shown us the other, divisive side of sport.

Politics & Society

White Freedom Invades the US Capitol

The “defense of freedom” by rioters at the US Capitol was in fact a battle for white freedom – a struggle to preserve white privilege and racial dominance over a changing nation.

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