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custom, there is no law. By rejecting “the authority of custom,” this rhetoric leads to acceptance, or at least passivity, toward racist and fascist discourses in mainstream US public discourse. Once fascism and racism are seen as “legitimate” positions

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The Evolution of 20 Years of Social Quality Thinking

-un-high-commissioner-refugees-filippo-grandi-world-refugee-day.html . Greer , M. , T. de Fockert , L. Marsman , C. de Breij , Akwasi, E. Corton , J. van de Bergh , et al. 2018 . “ Oproep: Politici, stop met het inspelen op xenofobie en racisme ” [Call: Politicians, stop responding to xenophobia and racism

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The Case of the United States

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Social Connectedness and Isolation in Low-Income Communities

Allison A. Parsons, Danielle Maholtz, Jamaica Gilliam, Haleigh Larson, Dan Li, Sophia J. Zhao, Brita Roy, and Carley Riley

that enable a person to realize their civil rights. (a) Subthemes: safety and security; relationships impacted by racism Definitions of Social Connectedness, Isolation, Loneliness Social connectedness has been defined as the opposite of

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The Case of South Africa

The Societal Impact of COVID-19

Krish Chetty

, oppressive notions such as racism, xenophobia, and sexism are likely to resonate in low-income communities. In the city of Cape Town, these structural inequalities are clearly portrayed in two suburbs, given their distinct disparities in access to services