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After a much-needed tea break, Panel 4 ‘Boundaries and Belonging: The Geographies of Space, Place and Culture’ moderated by Prof. Merin Simi Raj began.
Namrapali Narzary was the first presenter. 1,182 more words
The Jews are a uniquely trampled-upon people.
They are history’s sufferers-in-chief. As one global empire after another sought to control the land of Judea—the strategic land bridge between Africa, Europe, and Asia—it was the Jewish people who suffered most. 1,656 more words
For those who missed our show on February 11, 20018, it was an amazing interview with Monica Cannon-Grant, Boston activist and founder of Violence in Boston, which serves to improve the quality of life & life outcomes of individuals from disenfranchised communities by reducing the prevalence of violence and the impact of associated trauma. 12 more words