- n. Plural form of solidarity.
“But with passage of time there is growing realisation in the ranks of the radicals within the dalit movement as well as the progressive forces which are committed to a revolutionary transformation of society that they need to introspect their mistakes and forge long term solidarities to face the onslaught.”
“Augustine's version of this opened the door to a further refinement, implying that the survival of these 'solidarities' could be a contribution to the reconstruction of political order on the far side of any particular disaster or collapse.”
“But the core of your state is a spiritual conception that transcends life, based on Christian values that gave the necessary impetus to the development of your democratic and free society which embodies values of solidarities which is recognized throughout the world as a temple of human rights.”
“Manisha Desai, co-author of "Women's Activism and Globalization," outlines a few common problems within transnational solidarities: 1) a tendency within these "solidarities" to inadvertently reproduce existing inequalities, as evidenced by the dominance of First World women in transnational work (as we did), and 2) the sustained dependence of Third World women on First World donors (like that of our partners).”
“Rather than spinning the blame on one party, why not build some solidarities separate from the broken partisan machinery?”
“The force he represented mattered there, as it does everywhere -- a force that has become ever more visible to me as I live and journey among those who dedicate themselves to their ideals and act on their solidarities.”
“At least, the evidence is clear that people not only behave well, but take deep pleasure in doing so, a pleasure so intense it suggests that an unspoken, unmet appetite for meaningful work and vibrant solidarities lives powerfully within us.”
“The one-drop rule at once precluded the formal recognition of intermediate racial castes [mixed people], assuaged anxieties about the perceived loss of [white] racial purity, facilitated racial-group solidarities, and stigmatized any form of white-black amalgamation.2”
“What this means is that religion can be translated into some other, "deeper," language — not into geopolitics, but simply into what Bilgrami calls "the desire of ordinary people for enchantment, for belonging, for the solidarities of community, for some control at a local level over the decisions by which their qualitative and material lives are shaped, in short, for ... substantial democracy" (408).”
“Womanhood substituted for motherhood, thereby enabling the articulation of agendas that transcended national allegiances and solidarities.”
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