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Problem with “at least you're not starving in Africa” saying [on hold]

Maybe you've heard this saying, maybe you haven't. However, this phrase I hear a lot and it bothers me. I see the logic as being flawed with good intentions. People usually use this when they are ...
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What is the correct phrase to ask to determine which group a first nations person considers themselves to be part of?

I met a women who I gathered was First Nations (or something like that). I struggled to ask the question to elicit the response to find more about her heritage and culture. What is the word that ...
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Is saying “who cares” impolite or rude?

Two people are talking about what tasks should be finished on time, and what tasks should be put off until later. The conversation was like below: A: I don't think those tasks are important. We ...