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Prejudice, Ignorance, and The Other

“Prejudice is the child of ignorance.” Most people find prejudice and ignorance to be undesirable traits. And they are. Yet there’s an interconnectedness between the two that can be used to help remove them from our world and reclaim balance. … Continue reading

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Unbalanced: Prejudice, Ignorance, and the Other

“Prejudice is the child of ignorance.” There is wisdom in this quote beyond the obvious. Clearly, even in a patriarchy, prejudice and ignorance are not desirable, yet they are widespread in our world. Not only do we find them everywhere, … Continue reading

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Prejudice, Ignorance, and the Other

There is wisdom in this quote beyond the obvious.  Clearly, even in a patriarchy, prejudice and ignorance are not desirable.  But let’s look closer at the relationship between the two because there is information to be gleaned regarding our world. … Continue reading

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