invisibleness


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And how about the very poor whose safety net is in tatters and full of holes so large the very poor frequently fall into an abyss of invisibleness?
With five million Palestinians already deprived of any land as their heritage, it is incumbent upon them to retain, to regain, their cultural voice, their cultural history as a bulwark against further denial and invisibleness under the domination of the Israeli occupation.
I am, however, bothered by the invisibleness of female cadets in the book--the first woman is not mentioned until page 72.