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The Global African: Extreme Xenophobia in the Dominican Republic   video
World  (tags: Xenophobia in the Dominican Republic, Haitian history, freedoms, human rights, discrimination, Dominican Republic world )

Nancy
- 1 day ago - youtube.com
Published on Jun 27, 2015 The Global African takes a look at the prejudice currently in the Dominican Republic, the history of segregation in public spaces, and a special comment on the Charleston shooting.
Apache Women Warriors: âEUR~Lozen and DahtesteâEUR(TM)
Society & Culture  (tags: Dahteste and Lozen, Apache Women Warriors, culture, native americans, Geronimo, Indian Wars )

Nancy
- 1 day ago - redpowermedia.wordpress.com
The resistance of these women and other brave Apache warriors prevented what would have otherwise been cultural genocide for the Apache.
Wall Street And Big Corporations Got What They Wanted
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: TPP, oligarchs, plutocrats, elites, 1%, Fast Track, Congress, multinational corporations, democracy )

Dandelion
- 3 days ago - ourfuture.org
How do the plutocrats and oligarchs and their giant multinational corporations get what they want when a pesky democracy is in their way. They push that pesky democracy out of their way. We have been Sold Out.
Bobby Jindal Broke Louisiana So Badly That Even the GOP Does Not Want Him
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Bobby Jindal, Louisiana, GOP, Presidential Candidate, austerity, surplus, deficit )

Dandelion
- 3 days ago - thenation.com
Jindals experiment in socially conservative pro-corporate governance that wound up wrecking the state. After inheriting a $1 billion budget surplus so badly it can not be ignored Jindal has taken Louisiana to a $1.6 billion deficit.
Tell Tony Abbott: No More Cuts to Funds Combating Ice Addiction ACTION
Health & Wellness  (tags: Australia, Ice addiction, crystal meth, funds to fight addiction, health, treatment, politics )

Nancy
- 3 days ago - alp.org.au
Tony Abbott is now cutting around $800 million from health programs, including cuts to drug support services, leaving people in desperate need of support without a pathway to recovery.
Historic Conviction of Mastermind in Colombian Journalist's Murder
World  (tags: Politician Francisco Ferney Tapasco Gonz, Orlando Sierra Hern├índez, journalist killed, justice in Columbia )

Nancy
- 3 days ago - cpj.org
The Bogotá-based Foundation for Press Freedom (FLIP) said it was the first time that everyone involved in a journalistâEUR(TM)s murder had been jailed. photo of Orlando Sierra Hernández
Gay Men's Chorus Celebrates With National Anthem on Supreme Court Steps
Society & Culture  (tags: Gay Marriage, Marriage Equality, Gay Rights, LGBT Rights, Human Rights, Equality, Justice, Supreme Court, 14th Amendment, SCOTUS )

BMutiny
- 3 days ago - gawker.com
After the Supreme Court Ruling...the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington gathered on the Supreme Court steps to sing the National Anthem, which has never sounded so damn sweet.
Christie's Conspiracy: Terror Plot of the Fort Dix Five
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Chris Christie, FBI, Fort Dix Five, entrapment, grave injustice, the Duka Brothers, bogus conspiracy charges, paid informants, lies, anti-Muslim hysteria, fake terror plot )

Judy
- 3 days ago - firstlook.org
The story of the Duka brothers stands out because of the deliberate and brazen way the brothers were entrapped by authorities, assisted by their paid informants. Christie uses this bogus state-orchestrated "terrorism" case to bolster his political career.
Tribal Leaders Are Looking For Ways To End A Crisis Of Youth Suicides
Society & Culture  (tags: Native Americans, Native American youth, suicide, Sen. Committee on Indian Affairs )

Judy
- 4 days ago - thinkprogress.org
Tribal council member C.J. Clifford shared the devastating statistics with members of the U.S. Senate's Committee on Indian Affairs on Wednesday during a hearing focused on ways to end the recent crisis of Native youth suicides and their effects...
Today's Court Ruling, Though Expected, Is Still Shocking - Especially for Those Who Grew Up LGBT in the U.S.
Society & Culture  (tags: Glenn Greenwald, U.S., Supreme Court Ruling, LGBT, LGBT Marriage Rights )

Judy
- 4 days ago - firstlook.org
Given how embedded, pervasive and recent anti-gay sentiment has been in the fabric of American life, witnessing the arrival of full-scale legal equality is surreal.
 
 
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