First of all, let me preface this bài viết bởi saying that I am far from an expert on Islam. The only thing that qualifies me to write this bài viết is a handful of research and experience with Muslims. I feel that maybe a Muslim would be better equipped to tackle this issue, however it is so important to me that the Western World understand the difference between đạo hồi and Radical đạo hồi that I felt compelled to write this article.
In this article, I will clarify that normal đạo hồi is as peaceful as any other mainstream religion, like Judaism and Christianity. However, that does not mean that radical...
Peggy McIntosh, author of "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack"
From Peggy McIntosh's bài viết available in full link. The rest of this bài viết will be directly quoted from that. I đã đăng the whole link as well, but for the tl;dr crowd, this is the meat and potatoes of it.
My schooling gave me no training in seeing myself as an oppressor, as an unfairly advantaged person, hoặc as a participant in a damaged culture. I was taught to see myself as an individual whose moral state depended on her individual moral will. My schooling followed the pattern my colleague Elizabeth Minnich has pointed out: whites are taught to think of their lives as morally neutral, normative,...
Censorship is probably my yêu thích thing to thảo luận about. So I wanted to type an bài viết about the issue.
For one it's super annoying. The obnoxious beeping mid-verse in some songs is really irksome to listen too. Small pauses aren't as bad, but still. Censorship can really ruin a good song. As for TV I understand it thêm with censoring anatomy should children be watching (I'll address that in a minute) but censoring the finger hoặc words that characters/people say on TV follows the same thing as above the bleeping is annoying and the finger, I personally don't take offense to it.