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No. 240 - Tuesday Reads

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Some Policy Lessons from COVID-19 “It is about time that African progressivism focused not just on criticizing those in power, but also on developing viable political programs that can win power. 301 more words

Africa

I Hate Elle Woods

WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS HATEFUL LANGUAGE TOWARDS THE FILM LEGALLY BLONDE.

I had already written my blog post for today, which was about food (my true love). 552 more words

Writings

Breaking Barriers

.@BarackObama has been making history for decades. Today, in 1990, he broke the racial barrier in one of the oldest… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


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It Ends in Suits (How Law Firms Buy the Best Students)

It’s 2016 and I’m at a networking event run by one of the major law firms in Sydney, Australia. Around me, canapés are being served by waiters in tuxedos. 1,795 more words

Law

Elizabeth Warren needs to go back to law school.

First and foremost, I am not an attorney, but fortunately, I can read.

With this impressive skill of reading, I have done something that apparently US Senator and former  437 more words

Politics

Justice Filtered: Plans to Manage Diversity in the Federal Judiciary

Since Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2017, his administration has made major changes to the federal judiciary. This includes filling two Supreme Court seats along with a total of 146 confirmed Article III (federal district, appellate, Supreme Courts, and the court of international trade) judges.   3,790 more words

Politics/News