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13.04.2021

How Humanity Can Realistically Prevent War From Ever Happening Again

How Humanity Can Realistically Prevent War From Ever Happening Again

An interview with anthropologist Douglas P. Fry on how societies that operate within peace systems avoid war and create positive intergroup relationships—and what this might mean for humanity’s future. By April M. Short We live in a time in which we face many global challenges, including the climate disaster, dwindling… »

13.04.2021

The Brutes Haven’t All Been Exterminated

The Brutes Haven’t All Been Exterminated

Sometimes I struggle to explain why none of the endless wars can ever be ended. Are they just too profitable? Is the propaganda self-fulfilling and self-believing? Is the bureaucratic inertia that powerful? No combination of semi-rational motivations ever seems sufficient. But here’s a potentially relevant fact: there are still people… »

12.04.2021

Disability Discrimination at the World Bank: Is it Immunity or Impunity?

Disability Discrimination at the World Bank: Is it Immunity or Impunity?

By  Thalif Deen *  The 15,900-strong World Bank, which has funded over 12,000 development projects worldwide since 1947, is an international institution with a superlative reputation for its sustained efforts to end poverty in the developing world—with loans, interest-free credit and outright grants. But it has come under heavy fire… »

12.04.2021

This Ramadan, UNHCR calls for solidarity with those hit hardest by the global pandemic

This Ramadan, UNHCR calls for solidarity with those hit hardest by the global pandemic

As the Islamic world prepares to welcome the holy month of Ramadan, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, urges greater support for millions of refugees and internally displaced people hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. People forced to flee their homes must be included on an equal footing in global vaccination… »

12.04.2021

Sinti, Roma face systemic prejudice in Germany

Sinti, Roma face systemic prejudice in Germany

On International Romani Day, some 76 years after the Nazi genocide that aimed to wipe out Germany’s Sinti and Roma communities, DW looks at progress for Europe’s largest minority group — but discrimination remains. “You’re nothing, you can’t do anything, you’re the bottom of the pile.” That’s what members of… »

12.04.2021

Biden’s Announcement That Trump Got Military Spending Just Right Is Dead Wrong

Biden’s Announcement That Trump Got Military Spending Just Right Is Dead Wrong

President Joe Biden is proposing a level of Pentagon spending so close to that of Trump’s last year in office that Bloomberg calls it a 0.4% reduction adjusting for inflation while Politico calls it a 1.5% increase and “effectively an inflation-adjusted budget boost.” I call it a disgusting violation of the will… »

12.04.2021

Why Republicans Are Betting the Farm on Attacking Transgender People

Why Republicans Are Betting the Farm on Attacking Transgender People

Transgender people, like immigrants, voters of color, and those seeking abortions, are the latest scapegoats that the GOP is counting on to fuel bigotry among its base. By Sonali Kolhatkar The GOP’s latest culture war is focused squarely on the nation’s transgender community, specifically transgender youth. It isn’t… »

12.04.2021

International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela

International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela

Zoom Webinar on the Occasion of International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela April 18, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Bilingual (English and Sanish) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER In… »

11.04.2021

Simple Joys on a Sunday Stroll

Simple Joys on a Sunday Stroll

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay   POEM         On an early morning walk To the neighborhood bakery Fresh air, a light breeze A misty sprinkling of raindrops   The thought of fresh-baked, warm pan de sal Butter melting on top A hot cup of coffee waiting at… »

11.04.2021

Embroidery Painting on Canvas: exploring Byun, Hae Jung’s solo exhibition in South Korea

Embroidery Painting on Canvas: exploring Byun, Hae Jung’s solo exhibition in South Korea

VISUAL ARTS/INTERVIEW         One of the most vibrant, a must-visit, places in Seoul is Insadong, an ideal area for short-term visitors to experience a little of Korea in the heart of Seoul. For me, it’s not just a place to go for shopping or relaxing in cafes. »

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