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The people of OWS in Minnesota are defending homes, families and neighbourhoods. People are standing together against US Bank to save Bobby Hull’s home on Columbus Ave S in Minneapolis from foreclosure. Bobby is asking for a reasonable adjustment on … Continue reading
From the Guardian: “Last October, detectives were called to investigate the death of a woman under a London tube train. But as they traced her final moments, they discovered that she was, in fact, David Burgess, one of the most … Continue reading
No Global Politics. Just beautiful Neko Case. Tom Waits cover. (Thanks, Skang)
A Guardian report: An RUC interrogator speaks: Northern Ireland’s forced confessions revealed Hundreds of men and women found guilty of terrorism during the Troubles in Northern Ireland are planning to appeal. Most of them were convicted on the basis of … Continue reading
The homes and offices of dozens of anti-war activists in Minneapolis, Chicago, and other cities were raided last week. Activists have been subpoenaed before Grand Juries (although most activists are refusing to cooperate). Many of these activists are part of … Continue reading
Tomorrow, we’ll be talking about modern day missionaries in Africa in my human rights class. We’ll be discussing “The Call” by Daniel Bergner and “Where Were We” by Dave Eggers.