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Feb27 - Elite on Ropes, Antarctic Military Movement? & Indie Journalists Unite! ~ Destroying The Illusion

Trump holds an anti-human trafficking meeting and tells the media “I ain’t got time fo’ dat”. David Seaman goes quiet, needs our support. Military showdown in Antarctica? 98 more words

News And Politics

Cabal on suicide watch - Op-Ed by LightBringerFlex

Note: While we’re making much progress on many fronts, we’re still dealing with massive solar radiation management (chemtrailing), wars, mind control manipulation, bigpharma’s crimes against humanity, the assault against indigenous peoples and the raping and pillaging of sacred lands by corporate gov’ts around the world, financial debt slavery in a collapsing global economy and  the Earth’s bio-sphere’s in a death spiral. 711 more words

Spirituality

Being a Black Terp, Told Through the Poetry of Breonna Massey

By Ayana Archie

As she wrote, Breonna Massey, a junior government and politics major, began to cry. She said she thought of the many sacrifices  made in order for her and other black students to call themselves Terps. 821 more words

Features

The Guardian | We want to cover the resistance. We need your help

The Guardian thinks it’s vital to explore the many facets of the growing opposition to the Trump administration. As we do so, we want to hear from you. 434 more words

Activism

Human Rights - a poem by Christopher D. Sims

Our beloved, sacred human rights
take flight the day we are born.

Born into a world of injustices,
harms, hindrances, limitations
People of color are slapped in the face… 229 more words

Poetry

The New DOJ: Protect the Violent from Their Victims

When Will We Know?”—an ongoing series

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No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

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Human Rights

Photo Essay: Annual Black Monologues Dissect Many Layers of Black Culture

By Ayana Archie

The Black Monologues reigned in their seventh year on campus on Friday. Several performers, the majority women, with the exception of one, embraced the stage with a range of topics concerning the black community. 386 more words

Events