Posts tagged United States
Black and European. A Better State of Affairs than Black Americans?

Over the course of centuries, black American identity has become fiercely present. But what of black European identity? Do black Europeans exist in a better social and political landscape than their American counterparts?

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Killing With Kindness. Are Americans Really as Nice as They Think?

How can the same country have a reputation for excessive niceness, and an excess of mass shootings? “In the mid-western region of the United States, we’d rather die than talk to each other so rudely,” writes Kristie Pladsen, about learning to live with German directness.

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