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City to Acknowledge It Operated a Slave Market for More Than 50 Years - WNYC
Society & Culture  (tags: Slavery, New York Slave Market, U.S.History, History of Slavery, Slave Trade, New York built by slaves, U.S. economy based on slavery, profits off Slavery )

BMutiny
- 11 days ago - wnyc.org
Slave Market: New historical marker will be the city's first acknowledgement on a sign designed for public reading that in the 1700s New York had an official location for buying, selling, and renting human beings, on the corner of Wall Street and Pearl.
How the World Mourned Abraham Lincoln âEUR" The Atlantic
World  (tags: lincoln, lincoln assassination, martyr, end of slavery, anti-slavery societies, hero, working class hero, lincoln and karl marx, mourning )

BMutiny
- 12 days ago - theatlantic.com
He'd be the last casualty of a war that cost some 750,000 American lives - more than all other American wars combined, and among the deadliest wars of its century. Telegraph and steamships slowly spread the news around the world, an outpouring of grief
Can a Flotilla of Kayaks Block Shell's Arctic Drilling Rigs in Seattle? - News - The Stranger
Environment  (tags: kayaktivists, Shell Oil, Seattle, Elliott Bay, Arctic drilling, oil rigs, blockade, environmental activism, grassroots, danger, rise upl )

BMutiny
- 13 days ago - thestranger.com
Shell Oil's first Arctic drilling rig arrives in Seattle later this month; activists are training now for rapid-response kayaks at any hour and a mass demonstration on the water. Kayaktivists hoping to TRAP Shell's rigs in Elliot Bay so they can't leave.
Call Out Popular Scientist's Sudden Love for GMOs / ForceChange
Health & Wellness  (tags: Bill Nye, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Monsanto, labelling GMOs, GMOs, sudden switch, Monsanto, Monsanto advertising, PR Campaign )

BMutiny
- 36 days ago - forcechange.com
Urge Nye {Bill Nye the Science Guy} to abandon his sudden support for genetically modified organisms {GMOs}, which came just months after publishing a book in favor of labeling, research and restraint. Now he's "in love with" MONSANTO and GMOs! PETITION
Applaud Ban Lifted on Non-Celibate LGBT Individuals | ForceChange
Society & Culture  (tags: celibacy, Gay Celibacy, non-celibacy, LGBT rights, discrimination, equal rights )

BMutiny
- 37 days ago - forcechange.com
LGBT members have been welcomed at the church for quite some time with the requirement of practicing life-long celibacy. Well, that's been dropped at last. Wow, Progress! The Revolution is here.....
Expose Brutal Torturers Hired to Teach at Government University | ForceChange
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: torture, Human Rights abuses, Pinochet regime in Chile, NDU, National Defense University, Department of Defense, brutality )

BMutiny
- 41 days ago - forcechange.com
The National Defense University {NDU}, funded by taxpayers through the Department of Defense, has chosen to hire as teachers people linked to brutal human rights abuses. Jaime Garcia Covarrubias worked for Chile's infamous Pinochet regime.
Gas Industry's Solution to Toxic Wastewater: Spray It on Roads
Environment  (tags: Environment, Oil & Gas Industries, Toxic Waste, Toxic Wastewater, radioactivity, poison, industrial waste, brine, icy roads, dusty roads )

BMutiny
- 51 days ago - newsweek.com
Municipalities in the northern parts of New York and Pennsylvania use the salty wastewater from oil and gas production to melt ice in winter and suppress road dust in summer. Cheap way to get rid of it -but not so great for the Environment.
This WWI Soldier's Bedroom in France Has Been Frozen in Time for 100 Years
Offbeat  (tags: WWI, history, France in WWI, historic preservation, WWI memorial, frozen in time, WWI memorabilia )

BMutiny
- 168 days ago - rawstory.com
Emanating from photos and from the second lieutenant's various possessions -- uniforms, riding trophies, books -- frozen in time on the top floor of a large home in Belabre, a small village in central France - the vivid vestiges of Rochereau's brief life.
Ebola Plush Toys Fly Off the Shelf for Connecticut Company | NewsDaily
Offbeat  (tags: ebola, viruses, plush toys, educational toys, gag gifts )

BMutiny
- 180 days ago - newsdaily.com
Giantmicrobes Inc., which makes a line of plush toys based on viruses and other microscopic organisms, has sold out its entire Ebola stock, including the small Ebola doll for $9.95, a Gigantic Ebola doll for $29.95 and an Ebola Petri Dish toy for $14.95.
Cavemen's 'Rock' Music Makes a Comeback - Telegraph
Offbeat  (tags: lithophones, unusual, archeology, paleomusique, paleo music, early humans music, earliest music )

BMutiny
- 182 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Yes, real "rock" music - LITHOPHONES! Paleomusique performed three times in France, then the stones retired forever - so as to "preserve our heritage" from wear and damage, for all time. I want to hear this!!!
 
 
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