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This video is part one of two. In this episode we’ll be exploring the work of Falguni Sheth and learning about race, racialization, and political philosophy. In part two we’ll look at a case study and discuss the racialization of Muslims in so-called Western liberal societies. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover today

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1751 I was the first born, the anointed son Walkin on my feet I continued to grow Only five-foot four or so Yo! Left a legacy that would not be, without me, somethin for the land of the free Who knew that HE would be Greatest writer in history Constitution, Wrote Madison Father of the

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We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. Article. I. –

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Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Kia ora koutou. It’s a really great pleasure for me to talk to you tonight about how we are governed, about constitutional change. We are one of the world’s oldest democracies, but I think we need some democratic renewal. I came to this university, the very university

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You got a pretty good idea of what chemistry is, right? It’s atoms and molecules doing stuff and making cars and food and life and everything. And of course it’s the study of those things. But like how did we get here? There’s certainly no everyday evidence for much of what we have discovered through

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*Fancy music* “Hooooooly smokes!” Christopher Columbus! That is no way to address the King and Queen of Spain! What is wrong with you?” “Ok. Ok!” “So you know how we’re looking for a new trade route to India, right?” “Right” “And the earth is round, right?” “Right.” “So I’m thinking we can just sail the

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With the Declaration of Independence, the 13 American colonies began to wage war against the British government. The only problem was that each of these colonies had their own ideas of how to govern. How could they fight a war together if they were not united? What if they defeated the British? What then? The

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Jihad, in the news, is often translated to mean “Holy War”. But “Holy” and “war” are both English words with Latin origins, so it probably doesn’t mean exactly that. According to Google Translate, the individual words exist separately in Arabic. So, what is Jihad? Does it refer to a set of conflicts, like how the

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Good evening ladies and gentlement. I’m David Feldman. I am the Director of the Centre for Public Law in the University, and it is my great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the Faculty of Law and the Centre for Public Law to this the seventeenth Sir David Williams Lecture. The Sir David Williams

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