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On human privilege and the difficulty of being the “voice of the voiceless”


Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw is one of the first researcher to have coined the term “Intersectionality” to describe how various discriminations are all connected with each other and not separate. Of course, she was mostly using the term to talk about … Continue reading

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INTELLIGENCE OF THE HEART


It always strikes me as odd that, otherwise educated people, can be so ignorant (or indifferent) about the plight of animals or human beings in misery. It is as if being educated makes you intolerant and ignorant instead of intelligent. … Continue reading

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FIGHTING FOR OTHERS KNOWS NO COUNTRIES


Yesterday, I joined my first ever anti-bullfighting protest in the South of France (Rodhilan, near Nimes and Montpellier) and I had my first taste of what it is to get “lacrymogene” gas (aka tear gas) in the face (several times). … Continue reading

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WHY PROTESTS ARE FOR THE MOST PART USELESS


Protests have been part of our history and all cultures of the world for the longest. People have protested all sorts of things, from war to poverty to women’s rights and animal rights. But how useful is it to even … Continue reading

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THE THREE MAIN THEMES OF THE WORLD PEACE DIET


This text is my answer to Dr. Will Tuttle’s challenge to name what are the three most important themes in his book as I was taking his course in 2011. I would love to hear your take on it if … Continue reading

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