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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 2

By Kathie MM In my last post , I described causes, contexts, and symptoms of a major form of social pathology—racialopathy. Racialopathy is a subtype of a much broader  social pathology—ethnicopathy. In all cases, the carriers of the disease tend to be … Continue reading

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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 1

by Kathie MM You have probably read about the resurgence of long-suppressed infectious diseases such as malaria and typhoid fever—with drug-resistant forms of malaria reaching epidemic levels in Asia https://www.cbsnews.com/news/spread-of-drug-resistant-malaria-an-enormous-threat/and drug-resistant forms of typhoid doing the same in Africa https://www.cbsnews.com/news/antibiotic-resistant-typhoid-spreading-to-epidemic-levels/ … Continue reading

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Patriotism Embraces Nonviolence in the NFL

It’s time—no, it’s way overdue—to pay tribute to people of color in the United States for their self-restraint  in response to centuries of violent racist resistance to their pursuit of democracy. If we are going to accept the Miriam Webster definition … Continue reading

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Getting to Better Signs

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In response to my last post, “Getting to Good“, several engaging peace readers sent  photos of signs displayed at the counter-rally on Boston Commons last Saturday, when members of a number of social justice groups faced off against the group rallying … Continue reading

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