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It Makes No Sense

Nutrition on the scrap heap

Not touched just rotten

Stacked high by machines

Just left there, forgotten

The unknown masses

Still struggle without

No suitable living conditions

No food to mouth

Life Experience

We need more than holiday giving to reduce income inequality

The holidays are a time of joy for many. They are when families celebrate being together with loved ones, workplaces honor the accomplishments of employees, and individuals reflect on their personal success. 324 more words

The Justiciablity of Social, Economic and Cultural Rights

Alastair Richardson

JF Law and French | TCLR Junior Editorial Board

‘Simply stated, universality of human rights means that human rights must be the same everywhere and for everyone…Human rights are indivisible.

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Daddy Yankee shares Christmas spirit with poor children

Daddy Yankee has taken the role of Santa Claus as he visited his foundation “Daddy’s House” in Dominican Republic this week to feed nearly 150 poor children for the holidays. 356 more words


Common Sense NY Blogger: How Can State Officials Know So Little About Teacher Evaluation?

CommonSenseNY blogger is appalled at how little state officials understand about the defects of the state evaluation system.

He or she writes:

“Chancellor Tisch made an astonishing and appalling statement quoted in this Democrat and Chronicle article about 95% of New York teachers being rated ‘effective’ or ‘highly effective’ under Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) process. 332 more words