- To be labelled ‘racist’ in contemporary times, “one must be an angry, frothing bigot ready to turn dogs on peaceful protesters or ready to blast those kneeling in prayer with high pressure fire hoses, or preparing to spit on teenagers trying to walk into a high school … [Read more...] about The dangers of reducing racism to racial prejudice
- As the global pandemic is forcing us to recognize how not everybody has access to healthcare and how certain groups are more at risk than others, here's a quote by Martin Luther King that reminds us to understand health in relation to (in)equality. … [Read more...] about Martin Luther King on Health & Inequality
The illusion of meritocracy Besides doing my PhD and writing this blog, I tutor students from different educational levels. The past year I have also been tutoring high school students to help them prepare for their A Level Sociology Exam. One of the topic that we often cover … [Read more...] about Did you really earn it?