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Author: Steve Rimmer

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For many of us, there are dark times ahead. To help lighten the mood and to offer some brief escapism from the misery and anxiety of lockdown, Steve presents a series of poetry readings, jokes, personal philosophy and more, all performed live using the Spreaker studio app. Featuring Shakespeare, Byron, Blake, Poe, Longfellow and many more.
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Episode 658 - Steve

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Critical Race Theory (CRT) postulates that racism is part of our everyday life, and that it is endemic in our society not an aberrant feature, or just individual acts of race hate (Delgado and Stefancic, 2017). This theory is a scholarly tradition which argues against the slow pace of racial reform and it begins with the notion that racism is normal in society. It departs from mainstream scholarship by sometimes employing storytelling. It also critiques liberalism and argues that Whites have been the primary beneficiaries of civil rights legislation (Gloria Ladson-Billings, 2010). Indeed the use of storytelling is a key feature of the theoretical framework of this tradition. Racism thrives on a learnt and often repeated dominant story of silent privileges, and Critical Race Theory attempts to counter this particular narrative with counter storytelling based on actual experiences rather than fiction. (Lander, 2020)I am currently researching Critical Race Theory for my masters degree at University of Portsmouth, England. To contribute to my research or for any general comments, please contact me at: stephen.rimmer@myport.ac.uk
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Episode 642 - Steve

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