We And They

Kata Kata

Admin | Posted On : 03-08-2022

Humanity is caught in the web of fragmentation and dichotomy; we assess, judge, segregate and interact with individuals based on our assumed differences in their identity and characteristics - race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, education, and ideology. To achieve our divisive discourse, we often create a symbolic world, which explains the order of things and how and why things are the way they are. That figurative or allusive world elucidates our beliefs, actions, attitude, intentions and language and gives meanings and legitimacy to them, more or less. The reality is that we are products and victims of interwoven and interdependent existence because we can hardly separate our peaceful co-existence from the liberty of others. Our rights and freedoms are interdependent; the rights of others determine ours.  Read the latest Kata Kata magazine for this and more:https://storage.googleapis.com/katakata-cb1db.appspot.com/pdfs/jabs/1657789499