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From Jadavpur to Everywhere #Hokkolorob

More then one hundred thousand students and their friends (according to Kolkata Police estimates) defied the rain to walk in protest yesterday against the assault on Jadavpur University by Kolkata Police, backed by an insensitive University Vice Chancellor and a cynical State Government. 1,400 more words


Cop on Tape: “You Must Be Doing Something Wrong if You Need to Invoke Your Rights”

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Melissa Melton
Activist Post

It has been upheld time and time and time and TIME again that the First Amendment protects one’s right to film police officers in public.

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Aboriginal women, girls targets for human trafficking, says new report

Trafficking report found a deep distrust of the police among many aboriginal women and girls

Aboriginal women and girls are easy prey for human traffickers because they are more likely to suffer from poverty, drug addictions and mental-health problems, says a newly disclosed report. 734 more words

Speech of Hector Aleem for minority rights

Hector Aleem’s speech in “National Conference on the protection of Minorities in Pakistan: Issues, Challenges and way forward.” with MNA Mr. Akram Gill and Senator Ms. 97 more words

Hector Aleem

Scotland, Independence and States' Rights

The Scots, on September 18th, voted to remain in union with England, Wales and Northern Ireland as a member of the United Kingdom. While it is absolutely none of my business, I am pleased that the vote was in favor of union. 176 more words


The Luvvies are out Marching for Climate Change "They must be trying to promote something?"...

Climate Change is the Political Hobby of some very well healed people, just look at the media attention of today’s March in London, several well-known celebrities from Music, Film and Clothes design are they’re lending their voice to the Climate Change argument. 404 more words