…truly a movie that takes you through the full range of human emotions, all while making you laugh.
By Sammuel Anthony @ Daily Emerald
The Trump administration’s two most revealing speeches weren’t given by Trump
By Ezra Klein @ Vox
I was listening to a And Then There Were None audiobook by Agatha Christie when I was struck by the use of a denigrating Jewish stereotype in the first chapter. I did a bit of investigating and found that the book, as originally published, was explicitly racist. Most American publications of the story have been sanitized somewhat, although I was still able to perceive a chauvinist infection.
Here is just one article I found by Earl Ofari Hutchinson @ Huffington Post.
Pascal Boyer, the Henry Luce Professor of Individual and Collective Memory at Washington University in St. Louis, discusses how the organization of the human mind influences culture, specifically how religion is acquired and communicated. (28:26)
The making of 1971’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller
Vintage Footage (9:34)
Religion for breakfast (7:22)