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And Even after Years of Struggle

Even after years of struggle against racism and for race equality, we still have traces of racism today, though lots of people claim they are not racist, but there is always a ‘but’ after that statement. Many sciences like anthropology and biology were examining all the races and proved people’s convictions about subordination of any race completely wrong. But, ¬†obviously it is not enough for some people, so we still have that tension burning quietly, just waiting to explode. But, if nothing else, we can turn it into a big joke, since we cannot change anything except for ourselves.

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle

And Even after Years of Struggle


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5 Responses

  1. Joseph Meaux says:

    Funny, the only people screaming about racism are the Racists!

    • tyron says:

      Have to agree with u…

      • Forever says:

        Expedia are excellent, I recall when I had to get a ticket out of London I called them and a human answered, I enquired about single tickets and I was told it was something they didn’t normally deal with but if I hang on she would check.I got a single ticket to Hong Kong on Qantas for 490 US Dollars. When I challenged them as to why it was so cheap they told me I caught them at a ‘good moment’ and that it would never usually happen that way.When I asked later that week if they could do the same deal for a friend they told me that I col21n&#8ud7;t get that deal again!

    • Indian says:

      I think the “two dimensional” comment is fine; and not meant as a negative, just a description. That sheep on the cover has less visual depth than, say, the sheep in Nancy Shaw’s “Sheep in A Jeep” (the only other sheep book I have handy). That flatness gives the ililatrstuons a playful quality and focuses our eyes more on the shape of the figures, all of which works very well in your books. There may have been a better descriptive word or phrase to use, but when I read “two dimensional” I don’t think “bad” at all.

  2. […] good work! I confess I’ve never even thought of imagining things like these, but thanks to lots of people who I don’t know, all of us can see these pictures and laugh. Especially to the picture with […]

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