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#NeverAgain: Justice for Iraqi Christians is long overdue

Photo Credit: Ewelina Ochab

By Ewelina Ochab

In November I visited Iraq where I met Iraqi Christian internally displaced persons living in Erbil. I met with a number of families from Mosul, Quaragosh, Karamless, and Bartallah that have fled Daesh. 588 more words


Being the Other: A Visit to West Sacramento’s Sikh Temple

On a brisk November morning, I got up around 9 a.m., put on the nicest clothes I own and drove about three miles down the street to the only Sikh temple in West Sacramento. 3,459 more words

Daniel Wilson

As Politics Moved to the Right; Fascism Became the Reality

Beginning with the Ronald Reagan Administration in 1981, the American political system began to move farther to the right. Reagan began a movement to ensure that the wealthiest Americans succeeded while the working class became subservient. 583 more words

Undercover Muslim: Islamic Disunity Week & Yay Christians, Jews, Christmas, Fun...!

In the current Islamic calendar month of Rabi’ al-awwal many (but not all) Muslims celebrate Mawlid an-Nabi, meaning the birthday of our prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). 3,217 more words


Dear Students of the University of Tennessee

Dear Student Body of the University of Tennessee:

Individuals and groups from different regions of the world come to America for the supposed promise of both freedom and equal opportunity. 795 more words

India's human rights oppression

Keeping humanity first above all faiths and religious beliefs could put an end to many caste issues – A widely popular custom within the Hindu religion. 715 more words


No Country for White People

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Have you ever noticed when you hear about China or the characteristics of its people you see one main thing – that is,they are Chinese. 678 more words