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keguro' 10m
Replying to @bill_bier
Still very conflicted about how early contemporary romance novelists depicted--truthfully--rape culture.
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keguro' 11m
Replying to @bill_bier
Eek! Can't believe a different edition was produced!
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keguro' 12m
FYI The blog and book mentioned sound like they'd interest you
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keguro' 17m
Replying to @gautampremnath
You continue to educate me!
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keguro' 24m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
Or consider Haiti fighting off all the major European powers. We have histories to learn from, if we dare.
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keguro' 25m
Replying to @Keguro_
(How do you people keep threads going? I'm already tired!)
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keguro' 26m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
And if that sounds idealistic, imagine African peasants fighting against the British Empire! How audacious! How crazy!
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keguro' 27m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
All grounded in daily life and practice, all visions about how to change daily life and practice
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keguro' 28m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
Look at the Black Panther Manifesto or, from Kenya, the UKENYA Manifesto, or the Combahee River Manifesto
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keguro' 29m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
That's fascinating, because these are *not* ideas that *come* from academia
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keguro' 30m
Replying to @Keguro_
(then she went all mystic and weird and became unreadable)
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keguro' 31m
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My favorite Jude Deveraux book
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keguro' 33m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
Dunno. There are lessons to learn from African histories that need not be routed through European temporal or epistemological schemes.
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keguro' 34m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
My simple response is development toward economic justice and freedom-we have decades of thinking about this, as well
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keguro' 36m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
I'm told some very clever South and Central American thinkers have written about this--the work exists
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keguro' 37m
Replying to @Keguro_
Penny Jordan has written a bajillion novels, no clue which ones I've read
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keguro' 39m
Replying to @Keguro_
Catherine Cookson, no clue what I read, too lazy to find an image
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keguro' 42m
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Been forever since I read her, gateway author for many
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keguro' 44m
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Can't find the original pink cover, very rapey.
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keguro' 47m
Replying to @otiendeotiende
I learn from clever people that only the most privileged would say development does not matter--it does--it need not be neoliberal, though
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