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Henry A. Giroux: Domestic Terrorism, Youth and the Politics of Disposability

 “The danger is that a global, universally interrelated civilization may produce barbarians from its own midst by forcing millions of people into conditions which, despite all appearances, are the conditions of savages.”    6,975 more words

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How do we empower girls? Listen to them

“20 years on from the landmark Beijing Declaration, we still walk a difficult line between protecting the best interests of a child and empowering that child to determine her own path”. 1,002 more words


We Own It


It should be that and more. All of us, no matter which side of the aisle we claim, should be scratching our heads and questioning what in the hell is wrong with this country, with our moral center and ultimately saying, ENOUGH. 1,041 more words


Social Media Trail Day 1

Here is the day 1 walk as seen from Richard White’s phone and tablet and from his Flicks account, so this pics are not always taken by him… 42 more words

why not divorce?

there has been a lot of commotion in the recent years about allowing divorce in our country but i guess not a lot of people see the benefit of voting for the law when they know that if they do the roman catholic church which has been the measurement of our ideals will questions their character. 487 more words


Missouri Police Officer Tackles and Arrests Man Strolling Through Neighborhood for Not Providing ID

By Carlos Miller | PINAC | April 25, 2015

A man taking a stroll through his neighborhood was tackled and arrested by a Missouri police officer when he refused to identify himself, even though the cop did not have a reasonable suspicion that he was involved in a crime.

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The EU’s Emerging Immigration Policy: New Tragedy, Grief, Then More Militarization

Last weekend, shortly after the news emerged of another shipwreck killing hundreds south of Lampedusa, in Italy, the European Union’s communication machine sprang into action. While countless outraged European citizens called out the perceived failings of various European institutions and officials through their social media accounts, bureaucrats and politicians used the tragedy as a chance to get into the business of spin. 996 more words