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EL UNIVERSAL English Sep 16
Did you know tamarind was introduced in during times? Now, hundreds of years later, tamarind water is among the most popular beverages in ! 🇲🇽
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Daniels Sep 11
Replying to @ajplus
is a mess. Its obsession with whiteness as black ppl. Its obsession with colonial English. Its pervasive colorism. Its religious wars. Its caste system. Its fascism.
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📚 🦄 Cheryl 🐾 🧢 Sep 15
The Myth Of Extinction Harms Everyone Cluelessness About People Is Rampant In , Which Romanticizes Its Heritage "Unique among ethnic groups in the , are told constantly...
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80s_Steve Sep 16
The roams through space, hunting the and the remnants of the fleet. Love the 1978 ship designs from that classic show.
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Robtel Neajai Pailey Sep 14
Brit(ish) by is a tour de force blend of , , social commentary and reportage which unpacks ’s exploits and their contemporary manifestations: & UK identities that defy amnesia & colour-blind .
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Cool Breeze from Al-Hind Sep 16
Even if all the leaders of muslim regimes bow down to Western masters, the Ummah will not concede .
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@EastEndCommunityToronto Sep 17
The first republic to drop the as their head of state is in order to leave their past behind.
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InFocus Sep 16
announces plan to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state and become a . "The time has come to fully leave our past behind," Governor General Sandra Mason. 📷Queen Elizabeth and Gov. Gen. of Barbados Sandra Mason at Buckingham Palace, 2018.
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Wadani Warrior ⚖️🇸🇴 Sep 16
Saaxiib I can see where you’re coming from. Successive Somali governments since the sixties have never recognised the artificial borders which simply cut across the people. Sadly, the first Somali to give symbolic support to this was .
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Libby Porter Sep 17
Just witnessed an 'acknowledgement of Country' opening a ('descoping') meeting. Truly the violence that white people and institutions do through virtue signalling is disgusting.
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Wilberforce Institute Sep 17
Professor Trevor Burnard's latest publications include two articles on slavery and taxation in eighteenth century Jamaica. For more details and a summary of his findings see his blog at
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She Wears Many Hats - Gender & Health Consultant Sep 17
Saying that again for those orgs that reinforce and are led by practices and entitlement
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Nipesh Palat Narayanan Sep 18
'Housing for all' is a mere slogans. Delhi has always been considered congested (a British construct) & the primary aim of planning was & has been, to "decongest" it. This notion is exported to elsewhere in India. I called it the 'Delhi Bias'
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Goeliath Sep 13
MEN OF HARLECH STOP YOUR DREAMING, CAN'T YOU SEE THEIR SPEAR POINTS GLEAMING? SEE THEIR WARRIOR PENNANTS STREAMING TO THIS BATTLEFIELD! Eucadian Colonials defending from Uzoru Kotor warriors in their last stand
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Nikka Espiritu Sep 14
Let’s appreciate the beauty of Governor’s Palace 💕😌
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📚 🦄 Cheryl 🐾 🧢 Sep 15
Replying to @CherylMorrisW
... in myriad ways, that we are extinct, when tens of thousands of us live in this region alone. Public cluelessness about is rampant, especially in quaint, rustic , which romanticizes its heritage from to its charming...
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Stories by Soumya Sep 17
Remembering this beautiful church of San Servacio from my days in , Mexico. Such a charming town with quaint colonial architecture, multi-hued houses, and an amazing food scene.
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BratSims Sep 17
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Swati Parashar Sep 17
"Any simplistic n out of context misreading of , n as carriers of disease in cultures ‘out there’ is deeply , n troubling." Some thots on n
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The Intl Spectator Sep 15
The asymmetrical - relationship raises questions about -making and maintenance norms. According to Layla Saleh, despite formal decolonisation, norms of reciprocity and parity remain wanting, undercut by the legacy of encounters.
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