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Karen Hughes, Former Bush Adviser: If Another Republican Man Talks Rape, I'll 'Cut Out His Tongue'

Karen Hughes, Former Bush Adviser: If Another Republican Man Talks Rape, I'll 'Cut Out His Tongue'

Commented Nov 12, 2012 at 22:56:59 in Politics

“Indeed. There's not much she can do that will overcome these neanderthal comments as she refers to them. So I'm guessing she's serious if not literal.”
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White People Confronting Racism

Commented May 9, 2010 at 14:15:58 in Media

“Thank you so much for letting more people know about this important annual social justice conference. It is wonderful to have a diverse group of scholars coming together to examine how opportunity structures are recreated and reinforced over time in ways that make the differential opportunities relatively invisible to many of the most advantaged groups. Understanding opportunity structures is key to addressing the most basic social justice issues.
I look forward to participating in the White Priviledge Conference in the future.”
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What Mothers Really Want

Commented May 9, 2010 at 14:04:16 in Healthy Living

“As a mother myself and member of Sociologists for Women in Society, I'd like to add my mother's day wish to those you've listed. I want everyone to have an opportunity to pursue a healthy life and not have their life chances stacked against them by race/ethnicity, class, gender or where they are born and where they live.”
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Caring for Health: Expanding the Policy Dialogue

Commented Jun 29, 2009 at 13:11:11 in Healthy Living

“Point taken. Our Bodies Our Selves and the related multinational impact of the work of the Boston Women's Health Book Collective clearly demonstrates that identifying constraints can be a very effective first step to addessing their consequences for individual and population health.”