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Anger and Hope

During the on-campus talk about Black Lives Matter and Anthropology, Dawn-Elissa Fischer said that you should be angry – that if you’re not angry, you will forget why you’re fighting. This stuck with me for multiple reasons, but a powerful … Continue reading

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Radical Honesty in the Classroom

During the discussion of Anthropology and #BlackLivesMatter on Wednesday November 1, I was taken by the concept brought up by Professor Bianca Williams of radical honesty. She spoke of the inherent biases of all professors and their undoubtable inclusion of … Continue reading

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