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Jing Jing Espinosa faces 'delayed' prison sentence

A conviction for frustrated murder on Monica barangay kagawad Jesus “Jing Jing” Espinosa Jr. had long been affirmed by both the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, but because of the topsy-turvy files at the temporary quarters of Regional Trial Court Branch 31 in September 2012 at the De Paul College campus, the case records were buried out of sight. 847 more words

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Running for World Peace

This saturday, my friends and I represented Leiden University by running 5km in support of world peace as part of The Hague’s Festival of Peace & Justice..

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Mulberry tree messiness

Haiku of insecure faith

Lord, increase our faith.
Why do you make this request?
You have all you need.

A mustard seed faith
would see you directing trees… 51 more words

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Conviction

Look back at the last year of events in this country and tell me what you see. I see deterioration. Drastic deterioration. Especially in this last 6 months. 869 more words

LIU XIAOBO: A PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE, AND WHY CHINA MAY NEVER BE A GLOBAL ROLE MODEL

I posted this last year on my Facebook wall. Too unfortunate, Liu is still in detention despite the global outcry over his incarceration. Liu remains a hero of political freedom. 395 more words

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NbA Black Muslims #WeMustWin National Call

By Layla Abdullah-Poulos

On 9/23/16, the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaboration and Sapelo Square co-sponsored the #WeMustWin national call. Organized by Margari Hill and Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, the main purpose of the call was to create a space for Muslims to discuss the Movement for Black Lives after the recent deaths of… 1,606 more words

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