Add to that the fact that it’s not local to one area or country, let alone one religion or culture, but rather a recurring problem throughout the world.
I’m starting to think that any time we ‘don’t know’ who invented something because it’s ‘lost in time’, that’s the signal that the inventor was from a marginalized group, such as a woman and/or person of color.
Yup. Certainly far more often than not, anyway.
A new lawsuit was filed by Henrietta Lacks’ family:
Is Nick Cave the go-to guy for comments in music documentaries now? He seems to be in lots of them… Not that I’m complaining…
Thanks, that song is still the bomb.
2,700 years ago
“It is becoming increasingly clear that not only were prehistoric culinary practices sophisticated, but also that complex processed foodstuffs as well as the technique of fermentation have held a prominent role in our early food history,” Kerstin Kowarik, of the Museum of Natural History Vienna, said.
Still one of my favorite songs. Great band.