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Shit White Girls Say...to Black Girls

Shit White Girls Say...to Black Girls
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First Look: R.L. Stine's "Grampires" With Christopher Lloyd Les générations J'ai envie de parler un peu du concept de générations appliquées à l'immigration. Pour rappel : 1ère génération : tu débarques en France2ème génération : tes enfants naissent en France et ont la nationalité française.3ème génération : tes petits enfants naissent en France et ont la nationalité française puisque tes enfants sont français. J'ai récemment fait l'inventaire en remontant mon arbre généalogique. Accroche-toi à ton slip. - Je suis née en France, ainsi que deux de mes soeurs, de parents algériens. - Mon frère et deux de mes soeurs sont nés en Algérie mais sont arrivés en France à 7 ans pour l'un, 6 ans pour l'autre, et 2 mois pour la dernière. Alors là ça se complique. - Ma mère est née en Algérie et a débarqué en France à 28 ans. - Mon père est né en Algérie et a fait des allers retours pendant plusieurs années entre la France et l'Algérie, avant de s'y installer définitivement à 29 ans. Ce qui ferait de moi une 3ème génération par mon père, mais une 2ème génération par ma mère.

Shape of the Universe The shape of the universe is the local and global geometry of the universe, in terms of both curvature and topology (though, strictly speaking, it goes beyond both). When physicsist describe the universe as being flat or nearly flat, they're talking geometry: how space and time are warped according to general relativity. When they talk about whether it open or closed, they're referring to its topology.[1] Although the shape of the universe is still a matter of debate in physical cosmology, based on the recent Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) measurements "We now know that the universe is flat with only a 0.4% margin of error", according to NASA scientists. [2] Theorists have been trying to construct a formal mathematical model of the shape of the universe. In formal terms, this is a 3-manifold model corresponding to the spatial section (in comoving coordinates) of the 4-dimensional space-time of the universe. Two aspects of shape[edit] Local geometry (spatial curvature)[edit]

MTV's Look Different Your day indicates that you might have advantages in: Class privilege Class privilege is the “tangible or intangible unearned advantages of higher-class status, such as personal contacts with employers, good childhood health care, inherited money, and speaking with the same dialect/accent as people with institutional power.” Some examples of class privilege include being able to “attend a “fancy” dinner without apprehension of doing something wrong or embarrassing the hosts” and that “people aren’t surprised if they realize you are intelligent, hard-working or honest.” Find ways to use your privilege for good here. What does not having class privilege look like? White privilege White privilege is not something that people necessarily do, create or take advantage of on purpose. Find ways to use your privilege for good here. What does not having white privilege look like? Male privilege Find ways to use your privilege for good here. What does not having male privilege look like? Cis privilege

Expectations vs. Reality (16 Pics Things don’t always go as planned. Check out the pics below to see a few examples of what happens when our expectations get punched in the face by reality. via via Tickling Expectations: Reality: via via via via via You may also like: It's The Apple Sisters! The Apple Sisters are back with a hilarious Talkie about Spies! When Candy and Seedy plan a surprise party for Cora's birthday in New York City, they're accidentally mistaken for atomic physicists by a couple of bungling Nazi spies! Will the OSS find the girls in time? Be sure to subscribe to The Apple Sisters' YouTube Channel for more daffy hijinks from the 40s! Also, Buy our albums! And for your holiday needs, "Happy Holidoozy Merry Christ-mess" is available...On CD: for downloadiTunes: Baby: Starring The Apple Sisters - Candy, Cora & SeedyAlso Starring Eliza CoupeLauren LapkusJason RitterPtolemy SlocumJames UrbaniakRich SommerStephnie Weir& Jerome Kurtenbach Directed By Matthew C. Written and Produced by Kimmy Gatewood - Johnson - Lowe - C.

Et toi t'es d'origine? La question qui tue. Si tu n'as pas une tête typiquement française (ce qui reste en ce qui me concerne une notion tout à fait abstraite, je ne peux pas te dire ce qui a l'air français ou pas), la question est "Et toi, t'es d'origine?". Jusqu'à nouvel ordre, je ne suis ni un camembert ni une bouteille de pinard, aussi cette question m'a toujours mise de travers. C'est la version politiquement correcte de "t'es arabe?". Ah ben oui, parce que si t'étais africain ça se verrait, et français ou européen de l'ouest aussi. Je me suis toujours demandé pourquoi certaines personnes que j'ai rencontrées dans ma vie, à la fac comme au boulot, ou en soirée, m'ont posée cette question en troisième position juste après "comment tu t'appelles" et "tu fais quoi dans la vie". Petit florilège : "j'aime bien les gateaux que vous faites""et tu manges du porc?" Comme quoi, faire de longues études dans un établissement parisien renommé ne préserve pas de la connerie.

Culturomics Further reading[edit] References[edit] External links[edit] Culturomics.org, website by The Cultural Observatory at Harvard directed by Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel 21 Racial Microaggressions You Hear On A Daily Basis Go away PSA Parodies: 20 Of Our Favorites PSAs may be serious business when they're done in earnest to raise awareness about diseases and political causes, but they also provide a perfect format for comedians to do some pretty ridiculous stuff. Worried about cannibalism? There's a PSA for that. Stressed about all of your first word problems? There's a PSA for that too. Check out 20 of our favorites below. Loading Slideshow C.A.N.N.I.B.A.L. 0 Points Filed by Christine Friar |

L'islamophobie ordinaire — Vos témoignages Vous avez dit « d’apparence musulmane » ? C’était l’expression utilisée par Nicolas Sarkozy pour décrire les victimes des assassinats commis à Toulouse (la très médiatisée « affaire Merah »). Cette expression totalement absurde est symptomatique des préjugés qui lient certaines apparences à la religion musulmane dans l’esprit de certain-e-s. Sur le forum, A. s’exprime : « Comme j’ai des origines marocaines et que ça se voit à mon teint, les gens pensent tous que je suis musulmane, alors que (au secours) non ! Une simple apparence « étrangère » déclenche les pires stéréotypes, ce qu’a vécu V « Ce qui m’agace vraiment, c’est que la plupart des personnes que je rencontre fantasment complètement sur ma vie. Au menu : stéréotypes et préjugés Alors non, parler cuisine traditionnelle avec une personne d’origine étrangère, ce n’est pas en soi du racisme ou de l’islamophobie. La parole à S., qui décrit le repas comme le moment le plus « What The Fuck » pour les jeunes musulmans : C.G ajoute :

Luddite fallacy Technological unemployment is unemployment primarily caused by technological change. Given that technological change generally increases productivity, it is a tenet held in economics since the 19th century that technological change, although it disrupts the careers of individuals and the health of particular firms, produces opportunities for the creation of new, unrelated jobs. The notion of technological unemployment leading to structural unemployment (and being macroeconomically injurious) is often called the Luddite fallacy, named after the early historical example of the Luddites.[1][1][2][3] Views[edit] [If] the Luddite fallacy were true we would all be out of work because productivity has been increasing for two centuries John Maynard Keynes used the term as early as 1930, stating: "We are being afflicted with a new disease of which some readers may not yet have heard the name, but of which they will hear a great deal in the years to come-namely, technological unemployment.

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