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Karen Kinney

Karen Kinney

Karen Kinney, an author, and artist living in Mexico holds a Master's degree in social work from the University of Chicago. She writes about Mexico/U.S. relations for Cultural Weekly. Follow her on twitter: @karen_e_kinney

Articles by this author

 

At the Dividing Line Between the U.S. and Mexico, Two Very Different Visions of God Meet

It would seem that "the God who blesses America," at least the one called upon by politicians in recent years, comes with many strings attached and a well-entrenched belief system designed to protect those who already possess the most.

Karen Kinney ·


With Migrants Facing Unbeatable Odds, Privilege Blinds Us to What Is Just

The danger of privilege is that it colors our interpretation of "right and wrong," and at the same time distorts our view of justice.

Karen Kinney ·

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