Eusebius McKaiser 26 Apr Despite the tempting simplicity of reductionist approaches to making sense of our world, many of us are beginning to grapple with the irreducible complexity of life. It is rightly, if slowly, becoming less fashionable to persist in looking at humanity and society through only one lens.
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La femme blanche a tous les atouts en main en vertu de sa naissance et de sa race. Living in a country completely obsessed by race and gender, African- American women have experienced a particularly painful marginaliza- tion: they suffer from the double burden of being black and female in a nation that has always given priority to the experience of whites and males. From the days of slavery to the Moynihan Report and to today's worries about "the disappearing black male", the black woman has remained on the periphery watching many episodes of the American racial drama acted out among the white man, the white woman and the black man while her participation was largely ignored and arrogantly dismissed.
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The committing of a hidden life event to the written word. I used to wonder if my reluctance was driven by shame, or simply my incredulity at what took place all those years ago. Now, I think that it is those things mostly, but also a hell of a lot more. Over the last few years, particularly in the recent crosswinds of our racial and cultural political climate, this life event bubbled to the surface of my memory, never quite boiling over.