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Ferguson, Intersectionality, and Occam’s Big Paisley Tie

If you want to learn about privilege in this country, you only need to ask who gets the benefit of the doubt. — Laila Lalami (@LailaLalami) August 15, 2014 Last week, I found myself in a conversation with some white … Continue reading

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A Feminist Critique and Appropriation of Mimetic Theory

The move from mimetic theory to mimetic theology is an ongoing effort which involves the appropriation of the insights of mimetic theory as the hermeneutical lens through which to read the bible and other theological sources.[1] Mimetic theology is thus … Continue reading

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Jameelah Medina writes of her experience I have often stated that I went to sleep as an African American woman on September 10 [2001] and woke up Muslim on 9/11. It may seem odd to say this since I am … Continue reading

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