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Cameroon: Defenders of the rights of LGBTI persons face homophobia and violence

An international fact-finding mission report released last month (25 Feb) entitled CAMEROON: HOMOPHOBIA AND VIOLENCE AGAINST DEFENDERS OF THE RIGHTS OF LGBTI PERSONS, stated:

“Cameroon is one of the 38 African countries that criminalise homosexuality. 513 more words


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The Help

The Help is an illustrative tale of the racial tensions in Jackson 1962, it illuminates segregation, prejudice and the hurtful truths of the past. Set around the time of the Civil Rights Movement this story ties together historical fact and fiction. 349 more words

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Freedom and Joy

Through the labyrinths of a rigid society
Gropes for freedom –
A shackled mind;

Probing the myriad depths of the universe
Is an unfeeling heart – 51 more words


Cut Off: The artist IMPREINT and perceptions of homelessness

The cardboard sign sitting outside of a red telephone box looked curiously lonely.  Where was it’s owner?  I searched for him for a few moments, looking for his outline inside the box. 

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I know what you did last summer

Hey guys, first of all this is not about the horror movie. I was thinking of a name for the article and this seemed nice. (of cause if you have been to this blog you know that usually we are not discussing what is in the topic.) Anyway, I wanted to talk about Prejudice. 530 more words


There is a Little Bit of Me in a Little Bit of You -- A Black Woman Explains to a White Man . . . . "We Are Kin by Blood and Slavery"

My great grandfather, Jeremiah Turner (1840-1917), was born in slavery. Our family history explained ‘Jery’ was the slave son of Squire Turner (1793-1871), of Richmond, Kentucky. 1,403 more words


To Kill a Mockingbird

Another take on To Kill a Mockingbird…

How it took me so long to getting round to reading this I will never know! To Kill a Mockingbird… 189 more words

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