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We have been reminded of what a colossally significant role religion plays in the lives of millions; if this is so, do we want religious communities isolated and ghettoized further or do we need a bold engagement with the vision of religious groups for humanity on the part of public bodies?
In the insular world of ghettoized Catholicism I grew up in, such photos broadened my religious imagination.
Until modern times, Islam's Jews were far less likely to be massacred, forcibly ghettoized, Satanized, or subjected to inquisition.
Religion isn't something that should be ghettoized or boring.
My point was that the memory of the Jewish Holocaust should not be circled by barbed wire, morally ghettoized, kept isolated from other atrocities in history.
Possibly the biggest loser from Sony's move is Microsoft, as it has not yet delivered a real-time version of CE and looks increasingly ghettoized, despite major set-top deals, producing what is basically a cut-down version of its desktop OS for slimmed down versions of desktop PCs.
On the contrary, the ghettoized Jews were attuned to their larger cultural landscapes in ways unanticipated by earlier generations.
Now-splintered, ghettoized, special-interest-dominated, apparently incapable of true collective effort for the sake of the common good-the last thing it needs is to be factionalized further.
A similar process was at work for women, who were ghettoized in packing jobs -- the lowest paying position in the factory.
I was feeling ghettoized by what was expected of me," says Petronio, who emerged as the subversive "bad boy" of New York's downtown art scene at the height of the ACT UP era.
Set in the early 20th century, ``The Lost Prince'' concerns an unexpected casualty of war: Prince John (Matthew Thomas; with Daniel Williams playing the character as a child), whose epilepsy and learning disabilities (at a time when such maladies were sorely misinterpreted) were considered so inconvenient that the young man was spirited away from public consumption for much of his life - and ghettoized during World War I.