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On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz
Words are sacred. They impart truth, express love, define justice. They enable us to share feelings and humour. They allow us to transcend ourselves in the search for meaning and the act of worship. All this means they are uniquely vulnerable to assault from those who would extinguish life.Genocide begins with the abuse of language. From Der Sturmer to Hutu radio broadcasts, propaganda has dehumanised the ethnic group ....
Famous people have the most diffused power to influence others, but more concentrated power lies closer to home.
Role models have always featured in culture but never more so than now.
God is present in the estates the Church talks about reaching; unlike his followers, he never left these spaces. It is to be seen whether the furore over the lack of black actors among the Oscar nominees for 2016 will make a difference
There is much talk of elites today. The word is loosely