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The White Savior Industrial Complex – Teju Cole – The Atlantic

This is a few months old, but it is brilliantly written. It reminds me of a talk I heard by Inderpal Grewal on trasnational humanitarianism and neoliberalism, and also correlates with the blog posted here about the Chick-fil-A supporters getting angry after people call them homophobic. “There is an expectation that we can talk about sins but no one must be identified as a sinner.” Read the full text here: The White Savior Industrial Complex – Teju Cole – The Atlantic.

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