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Social Media Trail Day 1

Here is the day 1 walk as seen from Richard White’s phone and tablet and from his Flicks account, so this pics are not always taken by him… 42 more words


…the jealousy is that the hostility towards the student is associated with the idea of the “nerd” enjoying an unfair advantage. The envy is in wanting to have what the good student has. 221 more words

It's the same thing, no matter what you call it

Genocide has certainly become a controversial word. The Armenian genocide began one hundred years ago, but the Turks deny that what happened in 1915 qualifies as genocide. 362 more words

Democratic Government

What is the Armenian Genocide?

By AlternateHistoryHub

#GMABlog #ArmenianGenocide #1915NeverForget

24 April 2015 marked the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, where up to 1.5 million Armenians were systematically killed by the Ottoman government in an attempt to exterminate the minority community. 56 more words

Human Rights

Philip Karl Franks

This month marks twenty years since the death of my grandfather and namesake, Philip Karl Franks (né Frankenstein). The above image is of his gravestone in the Dover Jewish Cemetery. 406 more words


Hate Speech or Free Speech on Migrants in UK Press?

Diplomat Artist Buzz: As one American born a slave & reaching to be one of the US’s great educators & scientists, George Washington Carver, stated: “Fear of something is at the root of hate for others, & hate within will eventually destroy the hater.”

Public Observation: Forgetting the Holocaust

Today, I took a detour from the Freedom Trail in Boston (which I’ll blog about later) to the New England Holocaust Monument. The Monument is a path in Carmen Park beset first by stone blocks leading to towers of glass and steel. 456 more words