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Lexi Alexander

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Alexandra Mirai, known professionally as Lexi Alexander, is an Arab-German film and television director, martial artist, and actress of Palestinian descent.
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The History of White People
Nell Irvin Painter - Apr 18, 2011 (first published in 2010)
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Ever since the Enlightenment, race theory and its inevitable partner, racism, have followed a crooked road, constructed by dominant peoples to justify their domination of others. Filling a huge gap in historical literature that long focused on the non-white, eminent historian Nell Irvin Painter guides us through more than two thousand years of West...
Lexi Alexander
Dec 04, 2020
Wouldn’t hurt to buy this writer’s book btw. Nell Irvin Painter, The History of White People. It’s great.      source
The Gift of Fear
Gavin de Becker - Feb 09, 2021 (first published in 1996)
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Protect yourself by learning how to trust — and act on — your instincts with the "empowering" #1 bestseller from personal safety expert Gavin de Becker (Boston Globe).A carjacker lurking in a shopping mall parking lot. An abusive husband pounding on the door. A disgruntled employee brandishing a gun. These days, no one is safe from the specter of v...
Lexi Alexander
Jun 20, 2020
@JonZilla___ Get a book called “The Gift of Fear”      source
The Wahhabi Code
How the Saudis Spread Extremism Globally
Terence Ward - Oct 09, 2018
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An eye-opening, look at the source of the current wave of Saudi Arabian-sponsored terrorism, how it spread, and why the West did nothing. Here is the truth about ISIS, al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, and more.Lifting the mask of international terrorism, Terence Ward reveals a sinister truth. Far from being “the West’s ally in the War on Terror,” Saudi Arabia...
Lexi Alexander
Dec 12, 2019
The Wahhabi Code: How Saudis Spread Extremism Globally is an excellent book people should read. Here is a great review of it by @JordanElgrably      source