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a.1.Capable of being divorced.
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There is also a woman whose life has been defined for the past 12 years by hemorrhages that made her ritually impure, unwelcome in religious company and either unmarriageable or easily divorceable.
Such a process of abstraction and conceptual tenuousness, however, is an expression of bad faith, especially as it avoids the problematic truth that race and racialization are not divorceable from the social integument of lived experience.
The late legal scholar, social activist, and father of CRT, Derrick Bell wrote in his classic polemic Faces at the Bottom of the Well (1992) that "oppressors are neither neatly divorceable from one another nor amenable to strict categorization" (p.