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Scotland Isn’t Innocent

Examining a Country’s Silenced Past Amid an International Reckoning with Race by Rory Pelella When Dr. Myrtle Peterkin moved to Scotland in 1979 to pursue higher education at the University of Glasgow, one of the things that stood out to her was that the place names there closely resembled those in her home country of […]

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A Promise Kept

by Rory Pelella Roughly 50 million people worldwide claim Scottish ancestry. It makes sense that the country of bagpipes, haggis and kilts serves as a popular tourist attraction. Thousands of visitors from all parts of the world take to the streets of Scotland’s major cities, as well as the small towns embedded in the vibrant […]

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