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Brushstrokes: Having Trouble Explaining Oppression?

We often use the words prejudice, discrimination, and oppression interchangeably, and while they intersect and feed into each other within our larger socio-political, cultural, and economic context, they are different. This Robot Hugs comic in Everyday Feminism illustrates the shapes prejudice, discrimination, and oppression take, the cycle of systemic marginalisation they are part of, and nudges us to upend the status quo through self-reflection, standing up against discrimination, and activism.


 

 

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