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“We don’t feel the danger. We feel excited.” (Mohammad al-Hindi, Parkour Artist, Gaza)

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HAARETZ: PALESTINIAN BOY IS FREE FROM JAIL, BUT NOT FROM NIGHTMARES
By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac
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Gaza

December 10 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – December 10 *

1810 – Tom Cribb of Great Britain defeats beats African
American Tom Molineaux in the first interracial boxing… 432 more words

African American History

September 7 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – September 7 *

1800 – The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is dedicated
in New York City.

1859 – John Merrick is born a slave in Clinton, North Carolina. 1,138 more words

African American History

Heyneke Meyer and the All Whites | by Lloyd Gedye on September 5, 2014

Spare a thought this week for Teboho Mohoje.

The Springbok flanker just can’t get any game time it seems, because Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer refuses to back him on the field. 1,991 more words

Africa

August 19 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – August 19 *

1791 – Benjamin Banneker sends a copy of his just-published
almanac to Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson, along… 260 more words

African American History

Delighted to Support Desmond Tutu's Forgiveness Challenge

We’re humbled to bring you this interview with Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho Tutu about their new Global Forgiveness Challenge as well as… 1,030 more words

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Juliana Lightle reblogged this on writingontherim and commented:

We need so much more of this in the world in so many places like Ukraine, South Sudan, Iraq, and Syria for starters. When individuals learn to forgive and realize their sameness far outweighs their differences, perhaps we can have peace.

Holy Week Contradictions

Reposted from A Palm Sunday Sermon given at the Montgomery New Church 4/1/2012

I heard an interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu recently.  In it he talked about the ongoing deep work that is needed as South Africa moves from Apartheid and three centuries of oppression and domination of people with white skin over people with black skin. 1,699 more words

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