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Jingoism

Jingoism is nationalism in the form of aggressive and proactive foreign policy, such as a country's advocacy for the use of threats or actual force, as opposed to peaceful relations, in efforts to safeguard what it perceives as its national interests.[1] Colloquially, jingoism is excessive bias in judging one's own country as superior to others […]

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Cisgender

Description Cisgender describes a person whose gender identity matches their sex assigned at birth. The word cisgender is the antonym of transgender. (Wikipedia)

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Boundless

This word has no boundaries and invites us to be energetic in embracing the endless options and opportunities that we have in our life to engage and thrive.

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Decolonization

Re-education of a colonized perspective; revitalization of systems, perspectives, processes stunted by and de-prioritized because of colonialism; action taken to dismantle myopic (most commonly Westernized) approaches put in place by colonialism and neocolonialism…

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Illusory superiority

Individuals or groups over-value their own experiences or abilities. An individuals opportunities and experiences can be blurred…..definition needs work

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Neoliberalism

We talked about this on slack haha… Here’s my sister’s definition, in case her perspective is helpful. Neoliberalism is the paradoxical situation in which massive government spending is funneled into corporations to prop up an ideology of private enterprise, all while gutting the welfare state So it names a public investment not in public goods […]

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Diversity

Diversity is defined as differences between people, that can include dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.

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Ableism

Ableism is discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities or who are perceived to have disabilities. Ableism characterizes persons as defined by their disabilities and as inferior to the non-disabled. Ableism is systematic, the institutional devaluing of bodies and minds deemed deviant, abnormal, defective, subhuman, less than. Ableism is violence. Does the Voice and […]

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