"People silently struggle from all kinds of terrible things. They suffer from depression, ambition, substance abuse, and pretension. They suffer from family tragedy, Ivy-League educations, and self-loathing. They suffer from failing marriages, physical pain, and publishing.
The good thing about politeness is that you can treat these people exactly the same. And then wait to see what happens. You don’t have to have an opinion. You don’t need to make a judgment."
This is from the dissertation research of one of my really good friends, ! If you want to find out more about her project, looking at predator-prey interactions in the Peruvian rainforest, check out www.TheRiskyMonkey.com!
White people who are sick and tired of racism should work hard to become white allies."
- Ohio State Universitygraduate student/graduate teaching associate, 2010 - present
- The Ohio State UniversityAnthropology, 2010 - present
- Washington University in St. LouisAnthropology, Environmental Studies, African Studies, 2006 - 2009
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