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Racism’s Guts? The Physiology of Oppression

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by Shannon Sullivan Can a person’s belief in racial hierarchy—for example, that white people are superior to Black people—be embodied in their gut? I wondered this after having an “aha” moment while reading Elizabeth Wilson’s book Psychosomatic: Feminism and the Neurological Body. Chapter two of her book examines the psychology of the stomach and the intestines […]

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