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The peak body for Aboriginal children in NSW says the state government's response to last year's damning Family is Culture report into Aboriginal children in out of home care 'ignores essential reforms'. https://t.co/dTGW8fNUxA @KeiraJenkins2 reports.
TweeseCake - Devin Prater :blind:: "Thanks to @podcast we've got a…"
If it's not accessible to all of us, it's not acceptable to any of us. I think that captures the root of anti-ableism very well. I know, Linux users, players of most video games, and people that comfortably ignore that disability *will* come for them too someday, will kinda smile and nod their head and continue to use exclusionary software and services, but for those who understand, let's vote not with our words, not even with our wallets, but with our actions. Because until then, until it's only a few people that speak up alongside us blind people, companies and organizations will continue to, at best, continue to see #accessibility as a feature request, or something that would be good to have. At worst, though, they'll blame other companies, or say that they'll get around to it when ...
Millions of black people affected by racial bias in health-care algorithms
Study reveals rampant racism in decision-making software used by US hospitals - and highlights ways to correct it.
Society Thinks Black Girls are Ugly | Opinion | The Harvard Crimson
Black women have been called ugly for longer than we’ve been deemed human. Black girls live in a paradoxical state where they’re too ugly to be loved, yet too sexualized to be cherished. America knows all too well the consequences of labeling Black girls as promiscuous; there is no forgiveness or innocence awarded to Black girls who simply want to be children. Black girls experience sexual assault at a higher rate than their counterparts. In fact, one in four Black girls will be sexually abused before the age of 18.
if you can see this right now, which means you have Twitter, please stop whatever you are doing and go read this interview with @IjeomaOluo about how racism in tech culture and tech workspaces creates tech tools that enable racism everywhere in our lives https://t.co/v2dkjT0BzR https://t.co/oIBthtobtW
Capitalism and extreme poverty: A global analysis of real wages, human height, and mortality since the long 16th century
This paper assesses claims that, prior to the 19th century, around 90% of the human population lived in extreme poverty (defined as the inability to access essential goods), and that global human welfare only began to improve with the rise of capitalism. These claims rely on national accounts and PPP exchange rates that do not adequately capture changes in people's access to essential goods. We assess this narrative against extant data on three empirical indicators of human welfare: real wages (with respect to a subsistence basket), human height, and mortality. We ask whether these indicators improved or deteriorated with the rise of capitalism in five world regions - Europe, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and China - using the chronology put forward by world-systems theo...