Sylvia Wynter

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Sylvia Wynter, O.J. (born 11 May 1928) is a Jamaican novelist, dramatist, critic, philosopher, and essayist.

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  • Public officials of the judicial system of Los Angeles routinely use the acronym ‘N.H.I.’ to refer to any case that involved a breach of the rights of young Black males who belonged to the jobless category of the inner city ghettos. N.H.I. means ‘no humans involved.’
    • “‘No Humans Involved’: An Open Letter to My Colleagues.” Knowledge on Trial 1 (1994)

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