Our earliest memories don’t store themselves in words. They are embedded in our body. Events fade, but feelings live in the deep folds.
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Natasha Badhwar is a film-maker, media trainer and author of the book My Daughters’ Mum. You can find her on twitter at @natashabadhwar
By allowing hate crimes to take place with impunity, we are allowing our civilization to be wounded.
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