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Thank you, Kalief

At age 16, Kalief Browder was forced into the Rikers Island prison complex in New York. He was accused of stealing someone’s backpack. For three years, he sat in a jail cell with no conviction and no evidence for a conviction. 789 more words

Culture, Religion & Politics

Monday Reset: Apostasy... "Tom-A-to, Tom-Ah-to"

The Church’s First Reformer. ‘Apostate and Heretic Jan Hus

Killed by the Church Today in 1415

From Wikipedia– Jan Hus is condemned as a heretic and then burned at the stake. 199 more words

Presenting... Jyoti Arora

Kev’s Author Interviews Presents…

Jyoti Arora!

 A Short Bio

Okay, here is the short bio of this very short person who has huge dreams and tall aspirations. 2,812 more words

Author Interviews

Date Rape Is Rape

It seems to me from what I hear about in the news when it comes to rape and sexual assault that the people who open up about rape or are unwillingly exposed to whole communities often experience a whole torrent of victim blaming. 454 more words

Being great is natural...

Being great is natural.

Being bold is great.

Don’t be afraid of happenings

Be true to yourself. Unfold  …

All desires in your heart are treasures… 187 more words

My Staff

How to Buy a Politician

Author/radio show host Thom Hartmann has a great article posted on his web site about the ease of buying off politicians. Trained in NLP he has written books on ADHD, and one of his works inspired the Dalai Lama to invite Hartmann to spend a week in Dharamsala with him. 225 more words

Injustice

The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, Year B: We Admitted We Were Powerless

The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, Year B
Ezekiel 2:1-7; Psalm 123; II Corinthians 12:2-10; Mark 6:1-6

“We Admitted We Were Powerless”

Sunday, 05 July 2015… 1,192 more words

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