ART is a powerful force for good in the world.
But it is also a powerful way of dehumanising and oppressing people.
This article is part of a series on dehumanisation and oppression, highlighting the ways we are making people more and more afraid of others.
Here are a few more of the things that dehumanise and oppress people: – People are more scared of what they don’t understand.
– A lot of people don’t have a sense of humor.
– It is easier to have a negative view of people who don’t fit into your mould.
– People who are physically stronger are perceived as more masculine, and less feminine.
– The way people see people is more often than not a reflection of how they perceive themselves.
– When people are told that their life has no meaning, their sense of self-worth drops.
– We are less likely to have relationships with people who aren’t like us.
– More people are more likely to be lonely and less likely, for example, to have close friends.
The world is becoming more and less compassionate and caring.
And it’s not just about the individual.
It’s about the whole society.
And when it becomes even more entrenched, it can be a lot of work to get people to change their ways.
The next time you hear about dehumanisation or oppression, think of how it could be impacting your daily life.
It can be hard to change.
But with your help, we can make it a lot easier.