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One Small Stand — When America Interned Americans

“A short film about Japanese-American students and their college president who said, “I will get you out of the camps.” …

Purpose: To create a film about one small stand against Japanese-American Internment, which will be a part of the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of this tragic and still-time-relevant event. 46 more words


Another nail in the coffin of Common Sense

Today the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has given its judgment in the Gary Lee vs Ashers Bakery “gay cake” case. Gary Lee won. There are countless losers. 350 more words

Are State and Media with Takfirist in Case of Shiite Community in Pakistan?

Toward Shiite community sometimes our mainstream media adopt very cruel and paltry approach while making report on their protest or their cry against religious discrimination. In Gulistan-i-Juhar Karachi Yesterday Shiite community protested against ban on Sabeel-i-Imam Hussain to provide free water and soft drinks (Sherbat) and on Meeting to mourn Imam-i-Hussain and their comrades in Karbala. 785 more words


Muslim Workers Lose Prayer Dispute Lawsuit Against Company

In a case that alleged mistreatment of Somali Muslim workers, a federal judge in Omaha ruled last week in favor of the JBS Swift meatpacking plant in Grand Island and against the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 638 more words


Mandating Saturday work to employee costs Ready Mix Concrete company $42,500

With the busy #construction season in full gear, many companies ask employees to work on weekends and nights. #HR What happens when an employee is asked to work a Saturday shift and he turns it down because he says his faith does not allow him to work on the Sabbath?   341 more words


Possible role of religious and racist discrimination in Omar Mateen's mass shootings in Orlando Florida

By Fazal Rahman, Ph.D.                          June 17, 2016


This is a rather brief and necessary comment on the recent Orlando, Florida, mass shootings, as some of the underlying causal facts and connections are being omitted from consideration by almost everyone else. 1,564 more words

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You need heels if you wanna make deals (apparently)

Top accountancy firm PwC hit the headlines yesterday when a temporary receptionist was sent home for not wearing high heels. While it may not appear related, the situation has many parallels with the famous case of… 383 more words

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