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The simple issue of cultural appropriation…

A recent query on social media about a children’s Halloween costume and the ethics of dressing a child up like a character from another culture sparked a typically lengthy discussion of the various interpretations of the term “cultural appropriation”. In ...

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Embrace of the Serpent

A cultural apocalypse looms as foreign influences pervade, corrupt and assault the native way of life. How does an indigenous people respond? No, I am not talking about the gross hyperbole of neo-nationalist nonsense currently sweeping the United Kingdom. This ...

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