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First they came for the Communists, and I did not speak out — because I was not a Communist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out — because I was not a Trade Unionist.

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David Duke And Eric Striker Defend Louis Farrakhan's Anti-Semitic 'Termite' Remark

On the October 18, 2018 episode of The David Duke Show, the ex-Klan leader and his guest Eric Striker defended a recent anti-Semitic comment by Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Louis Farrakhan. 390 more words

Racism

An apocalyptic day for majestic Elephants

Elephant apocalypse

By Alice Jay

Four elephants are killed an hour — it’s a race against time before we lose these gentle giants forever.

In one day, poachers butchered 600 of them in Cameroon. 410 more words

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Justice in Myanmar: Can the Perpetrators be Held Accountable for Genocide?

Words by Adrienne Ringin

The desperate plight of the Rohingya in recent months has rightly evoked international outrage. On 1 May 2018, UNICEF reported that since August 2017, approximately 655, 000 Rohingya had fled Myanmar to neighbouring states. 1,094 more words

Justice

Holocaust fatigue; no it's not the most important "genocide". All genocides are important.

Levy said that there is “an atmosphere of fatigue in the air when it comes to talking about the Holocaust and that students and teachers want to learn more about other genocides and contextualize the Holocaust.” Children need to be taught that there is not a competition about which genocide is worse.

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The bar that sold bananas

Wise words I once heard while buying bananas in a bar in Kigali, Rwanda in 2008:

‘Nothing can heal without truth; education seeks truth; so, nothing can heal without education.’ 1,572 more words

Travel

Fuelling Change: Alumnus researches genocide

By Cody Fuelling ‘17

For my Fulbright grant, I conducted a nine-month independent study on the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg with regards to its memory of genocides and other mass atrocities. 514 more words

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