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Decolonial International Network
September 2017. Editor: Sandew Hira
Five misconceptions on terrorism
Sheher Khan, bring us an excellent analysis about the five commonly heard misconceptions in the West. The popular imagination of terrorism doesn’t always correspond to the actual developments. One such a misconception is that most terrorist attacks in the West are committed by al-Qaeda, Daesh and the likes (from now on Takfiri terrorism). Whilst these violent incidents are very deadly indeed, they don’t constitute a majority of the attacks – especially in the West. Read the full text of his analysis on Five Misconceptions on terrorism.
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Toward a Roma Decolonial Emancipation
Over 600 years of persecution, systematic oppression, social control and attempts at genocide and epistemicide in Europe have given rise to a system of anti-gypsy domination constitutive of the civilizing project of Western Modernity. Kale Amenge provide a decolonial analysis of Roman oppression.
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Decolonizing Literacy Instruction
In the following article, Ashley Wolstein provides an excellent article in order to decolonize the assessment into the field of education. Literacy instruction too often reinforces the inequities of imperialism, and as a Language Arts teacher, her research involve exploring how the Language Arts classroom can be used to decolonize the mind.
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Venezuela Solidarity Campaign
The Venezuela Solidarity Campaign in the United Kingdom is an English-language website that provides the latest information about the unfolding events in Venezuela. It publishes a digital magazine. The VSC wants to coordinate actions in Europe in solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution.
Email: info@venezuelasolidarity.co.uk
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Decolonial Summer Schools in Spain
Dialogo Global, a Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues, is a non-profit and non-governmental organization promoting research, knowledge-making, education. Dialogo Global organizes two Summer Schools in Spain.
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