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Changing culture through our words

“It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken men.” Frederick Douglass

As a community, as a county we have had a rough time lately. It has affected all of us at least indirectly. 588 more words


Lyon: Lessons for Canadians from Oliver Stone's Snowden

There is a moment in Oliver Stone’s new biopic when Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency (NSA) leaker, distracted by a pre-dinner discussion with girlfriend Lindsay Mills, dashes to the stove where he has left the pasta. 707 more words


Types of people you're likely to meet in the Delhi metro

I miss the Delhi metro and here is a post which pretty much sums up what I used to see everyday.

Once the metro doors have shut behind you it’s interesting to indulge in doing some people-watching! 331 more words


Attack Schools from the Roots

This is my final article for the month of August, thank you for reading and I will see you in October!

It is interesting to me that no matter how many policies and upgrades are put into the Jamaican education system, the more things change, the more they remain the same. 1,120 more words


New Data on Youth in the Sex Trade, Everyone Should Read

Two of the most commonly promoted “facts” about the human trafficking of children within the United States tell us “100,000-300,000 children are at risk of sex trafficking every year in the United States” and, “the average age of entry into the sex trade is between 12-14 years of age.” Both of these estimates are, in fact, based upon outdated and fuzzy research. 633 more words

Human Trafficking

TCDA involved in six sex trafficking cases in 2016

The Tulare County District Attorney’s Office has been actively investigating and prosecuting cases of human trafficking.

At the Tulare County Human Trafficking Taskforce meeting on June 22, the District Attorneys office shared that they have filed five cases against seven defendants in 2016. 417 more words

Human Trafficking

City council agrees to reconsider CalgaryNEXT proposal

The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) met with Council Monday to respond to the request to consider an alternate site for the proposed megasports complex. 344 more words