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Secret Service settles racial discrimination case with $24 million payment

WASHINGTON (CNN) – The Secret Service has agreed pay $24 million to settle a racial discrimination case brought on by eight African-American Secret Service agents who alleged that the federal agency denied them job opportunities because of their race, according to court documents. 320 more words


Stop Being Judgmental — A Word on Heart Opening (People. Matter. 01.17.17)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer is one of my all-time favorite theologians. If you’re not all into religion, though, he’s still one of the best writers on theological subjects and life in general. 575 more words


New documentary examines a radical feminist group for young girls of color

Think of the ‘Radical Monarchs’ as the Girl Scouts with a twist — the group focuses specifically on issues facing young girls of colour and are more likely be found marching alongside the anti-racism protest group, Black Lives Matters, than learning to sew or bake cookies. 289 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Do Not Disturb

It’s an age-old question:

What do women want?

Psssst…come closer. I’ll let you in on a secret.




Women want to be left alone. 455 more words

Musings, Rants, And Everything In Between

Day 17: Savitri Bai Phule

They say television is inspired from reality, although a large proportion of our Indian TV shows might compel us to believe otherwise. Many members of the audience who have gotten teary eyed whilst watching “Balika Vadhu” might not know of the real-life personality who went from being a child bride to one of the most prominent social reformers of her time. 363 more words

365 Days, 365 Women

Last Moments of the Three Bahraini Martyrs with the “Turbaned Man”

January 17, 2017

Bahraini people will never forget what happened Saturday morning and the afterward events. The morning that witnessed Bahrain king’s approval to execute three innocent young men over a story fabricated by his Royal Court. 972 more words