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The Human Zoo (compact version)

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Here is a shorter version of a longer blog piece: Catherine Bennett (“What price artistic freedom when the bullies turn up?”) writes that “I struggle to see the essential difference between [Lee] Jasper’s determination to deny sight of Exhibit B to London audiences and the remarks by Lord Griffith-Jones in the Lady Chatterley trial, in 1960: ‘Is it a book that you would ever wish your wife or your servants to read?’” As no other white commentator seems willing to defend the protesters, let me attempt to clarify.The non-objectived actor Read the rest of this entry »

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September 30, 2014 at 11:51 am