Saturday, 8 September 2018

Aphorism 4

Belgian royals in the 1920s walk past a neatly-presented crowd of natives in the Belgian Congo. Overlaid text reads: "Every prejudice that exists in your society is a part of you. To deny it is to refuse to fight it.
Every prejudice that exists in your society is a part of you. To deny it is to refuse to fight it.
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