"Some of the first cartoons I can remember included Pepé Le Pew, who normalized rape culture; Speedy Gonzales, whose friends helped popularize the corrosive stereotype of the drunk and lethargic Mexicans; and Mammy Two Shoes, a heavyset Black maid who spoke in a heavy accent," the author outlined in the Times.
"In our time, historical victimization to avoid individual responsibility has become a daily occurrence. For many thinkers it is easier to blame the Spaniards for the poverty of Latin America", says Emmanuel.
It's certainly a suffocating time, you step out of the narrative and cancel culture comes for you. Your job depends on not upsetting social media platforms.
In the book, the Republican representative explains the socio cultural phenomenon in a didactic way, emphasizing an important lesson to heal as a society: to practice forgiveness
"With the passage of time societies have undergone more changes. And where there are full freedoms and each individual finds the added value he can contribute to generate wealth for himself and his people, the quality of life of its members has improved"