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November 1, 2020

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What Is Solidarity?: Reflections on Justice

I was born when all I once feared, I could love.

– Hazrat Bibi Rabia of Basra –

What Is Solidarity?: Reflections on Justice

“Etymologically, solidarity comes from the Latin word solidus, a unit of account in ancient Rome. It then merged into French to become solidaire referring to interdependence, and then into English, in which its current definition is an agreement between, and support for, a group, an individual, an idea. It is essentially a bond of unity or agreement between people united around common cause. True to its original meaning, there is the notion of accountability at its core. Below are some reflections on solidarity within the fast-changing context of modernity.” { read more }

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