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Lady GaGa's Video in Celebration of Women Winning the Right to Vote
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, politics, freedoms, women, goodnews, rights )

Gene
- 276 days ago - blog.thehungersite.com
This has been out there for a couple years at least, but it was featured today at the Hunger Site and I found it compelling enough to share.
Modern Men Could Be Wussiest Boys in History
Society & Culture  (tags: women, world, society, humans, children, family, ethics, environment, education, interesting )

Little
- 1595 days ago - thestar.com
If modern man could stand alongside his predecessors, the brotherhood would quickly dismiss modern men as pathetic losers, kick our saggy asses and send us all home with wedgies.
Declare Corrective Rape a Hate Crime in South Africa! PLEASE SIGN!
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, rights, corrective rape )

Helena
- 1603 days ago - change.org
Several weeks ago, survivors of "corrective rape" -- a heinous practice in South Africa where lesbians are raped under the guise of "curing" them -- started a petition on Change.org telling the ministry of justice that it was not the way to go.
The Hypocrisy of Knowledge
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, ethics, dishonesty, corruption, philanthropy, politics, rights, religion, society, world )

Vikram
- 1648 days ago - i-zeen.com
"The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom." ~ Isaac Asimov
'Islamist Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad on His Website: "To Believe In or Participate in Halloween Is An Act of Shirk (Associating
Society & Culture  (tags: Islamic Fanaticism, Halloween, Burn in the Hellfires )

Ian
- 1666 days ago - memri.org
Muslims who go trick-or-treating or give out candy on Halloween will be burned in the fires of hell!
National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking Required
Society & Culture  (tags: human trafficking, Canada, society, violence, women, children, men, forced labour, sex exploitation, combat )

Little
- 1666 days ago - christiangovernance.ca
Recently, evidence provided by Professor Perrin's book Invisible Chains and a national threat assessment released by the RCMP in Sept 2010 called Project SECLUSION have pointed to an extensive and highly profitable system of human trafficking network
Philosophobia: Fearing the Knowledge of Human Nature in the 21st Century, Pt 2 « the Total Tosser
Society & Culture  (tags: philosophobia, human, nature, finances, comparison, commentary, op-ed, bills, money, frustration, story )

Mary
- 1682 days ago - blogs.alternet.org
No good deed shall go unpunished... I was always under the impression that when you give to the world, the world will give back to you. I must have missed a page in that story somewhere, but it seemed that this was how it should be. Karma would ...
United Methodists Share in Sand Creek Sorrow
Society & Culture  (tags: colorado, sand creek, Cheyenne Indians, arapahoe indians, Native Americans, indian, first nations, religion, crime, death, government, murder, rights, politics, sadness, society, historical account )

Kelly
- 1685 days ago - nativetimes.com
Despite the gruesome details that emerged about the mutilation of the dead, Chivington -- who had left his role as a presiding elder in the Kansas-Nebraska Conference to join the army -- was "readmitted on trial" to the conference in 1868
Travis Solomon: His Stick Was the Measure of the Man
Society & Culture  (tags: Seneca Indian Nation, lacrosse, Akwesasne, native, first nations, New York, Mohawk nation, Long House )

Kelly
- 1685 days ago - syracuse.com
The sunlight was brilliant Tuesday at Akwesasne (Akwa-SAHS-nee), the Mohawk territory bordering the St. Lawrence River. Debbie Solomon wore no jacket as she said goodbye to old friends outside an American Legion post. The crowd was leaving
Jessie Little Doe Baird Honored With $500,000 Genius Grant
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, women, society, education, first nations, indigenous, indian, massachusetts, Native Americans, nation, tribe, award, language, wampanoag language, pilgrims )

Kelly
- 1688 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
In their zeal to convert the Indians to Christianity, the missionaries learned Wampanoag and translated it phonetically using the English alphabet. They published the first Wampanoag language Bible in 1663. With around 60,000 Wampanoag words,
 
 
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