Notes on fake decolonization

Things I need to learn more about…

Photo by Mohd Aram on Unsplash What counts as “authentic” decolonization as the term takes over our social media and influencer bubbles? And how we can sharpen our activism. By Bhakti Shringarpure, Africa Is A Country Decolonization has taken over our social media timelines with a vengeance. With hundreds of thousands of “decolonize” hashtags, several […]

Notes on fake decolonization

Author: ScottMGS

I am open to receiving feedback on ways that my choice of words could be improved to be more welcoming and less offensive. No, I’m not trying to be “politically correct”, just less of a jerk. Photos and writing are copyrighted by me. Pronouns: they/them/their or he/him/his See the About Me page for more info.

One thought on “Notes on fake decolonization”

  1. fav quote in article:
    “but invest your energy in tackling the real culprits: greedy universities, mega-billionaire platforms that beam culture onto our screens, shameless corporations, and cunning governments pretending to come up with progressive initiatives. It is them we should be targeting, abolishing, dismantling and, of course, decolonizing.”

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