[PORTRAIT] Déborah Lukumuena est une actrice française, née le 4 décembre 1994.
En 2017, elle répond à une petite annonce de casting dans l'idée d'obtenir un emploi de figurante, mais elle est retenue pour interpréter l'un des rôles principaux du film "Divines" de Houda Benyamina. Ce premier film lui vaudra le César de la meilleure actrice dans un second rôle. En 2018 elle est à l'affiche du film Les Invisibles, avec Audrey Lamy et Corinne Masiero. Cette comédie de Louis-Julien Petit est consacrée aux femmes qui vivent entre la rue et les centres d’hébergement. @deborahlukumuenaa
All this was laid bare before the American people during the Nuremberg Trials, where Nazi officials quote Justice Oliver Holmes, the man who wrote the majority opinion in the Buck v. Bell case, as a justification for their own horrific sterilization laws. With all this out in the open, it was obvious that the American Eugenics community needed to rebrand in order to distance themselves from the Nazis. This took the form of rebranding and rewording, but various practices remained and in some cases, the process was only just beginning. Rebranding, such as the change from the “Oregon Board of Eugenics” to the “Oregon Board of Social Protection” was common throughout the nation.
Perhaps some of the most horrific crimes of forced sterilization and eugenics in America is evident in two places: Puerto Rico, and Native American Reservations. The results of American Colonialism and Imperialism in Puerto Rico had devastating effects, creating mass poverty and robbing the land of 70% of the population for sugar plantations. American Eugenicist Clarence Gamble, the heir to the Proctor and Gamble soap company, blamed high birthrates on the island for the poverty, and thought that if the birthrates went down, so would poverty. Gamble had already traveled across the globe preaching this idea, traveling to Appalachia, Sri Lanka, Hawai’i, Eygpt, Japan, India, Palestine, Pakistan, and South Africa. Now he had his eyes set on Puerto Rico.
So excited to facilitate another @empressrulesequity experience at Tuesday’s “Racism, Accountability, and Responsibility Process.” (Link is in the bio). Thank you to @zenchangeangel for inspiration. I’m so hard on my books, I didn’t want to tear up the book that you signed when I cracked it open, so I bought the Kindle version and audio book to “Radical Dharma.” Get your copy today! #racism#accountability#responsibilityprocess#love