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Why do we object to the Serena Williams cartoon charicature?

Because dehumanizing African Americans is a time honored tool to hinder equality in America through “humor.”


Angelfood McSpade was a comic character in 1968 described as the “stereotypical Black woman.”

She was naked except for the skirt, portrayed as a nymphomaniac and unintelligent.

Artist Robert Crumb declared the comic book character “not racist.”

Cartoons have been a pernicious aspect of bigotry since their inception.

Children get early indoctrination to stereotypes in classic Disney films.
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Tiens. Je voudrais vous parler, sans note, du syndrôme méditerranéen. Un truc qui traîne depuis des décennies, comme quoi autour du pourtour méditerranéen les gens sont plus expansifs et donc auraient tendance à décrire leurs symptômes médicaux de manière plus floride. Autrement
dit, que "chez ces gens-là, monsieur", il faut relativiser les symptômes exprimés. #TriggerWarning: si tu veux du doc bashing genre #TeamAirMedecine, passe ton chemin. Je ne suis pas en train de dire que tous les médecins pensent ça, etc etc, ce genre de raccourci facile, je suis
juste en train de mansplainer à quoi ça correspond, ce vieux truc moisi. A travers un cas, une histoire que j'ai racontée en 2001 dans "Patients si vous saviez" au sujet d'une dame âgée que j'avais réussi à convaincre d'hospitaliser pour suspicion d'infarctus. La suspicion a été
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Just like I did with the Delhi bus gang rape & murder, I am following the investigation on #Asifa's case closely. And like the Delhi police, the J&K police have mucked this up too. This chargesheet is full of holes!…
1/ So according to this detailed investigation, #Asifa was repeatedly sedated as she was raped over 7 days. And for some reason, the strip of tablets she was drugged with was, as per police report, "kept under a heap of garbage near an electric pole outside the Devisthan." What?
2/n Report says accused "washed the clothes worn by" #Asifa at the time of her death "to remove the clay and blood stains/sperm" before forensic tests. Did they put it back on her? Do forensics confirm this? And what about forensic report on fluid, hair & evidence on & in her?
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