You better Anthropologize
Do you hear the Whispermen? The Whispermen are near. If you hear the Whisper Men, then turn away your ear. Do not hear the Whisper Men, whatever else you do! For once you’ve heard the Whisper Men, they’ll stop…and look at you.
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A girl just told me she could be an anthropologist because she’s good at guessing people’s race.
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I am currently struggling with both wanting this summer to last, and really wishing it was September already.
this is crazy
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Apartment hunting for the Fall. Although, I’ll just be happy with a roof.
Priest carrying an effigy of Osiris of Canopus found on the Antirhodos Island near the two sphinxes.
©Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation
Calling race a “social construct” does not mean that the biological ancestry — and specifically West African ancestry — of African Americans is mythical. It also doesn’t mean that my ancestry has no actual implications. (See the map of sickle-cell density above.) And in the future, it may mean even more. Ancestry — where my great-great-great-great grandparents are from — is a fact. What you call people with that particular ancestry is not. It changes depending on where you are in the world, when you are there, and who has power.
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