Monthly Archives: September 2011

Women Penned by Police and Maced

Trigger Warning: Women screaming, violence against women, police Message from TheOther99Percent: “UPDATE: Please consider a suggested donation of $9.17 to our Media Fund to continue our reports from the front line. You can visit our page here:http://bit.ly/ol1rSy ————- While on … Continue reading

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Housing is a human right: Forced evictions in Belgrade (Amnesty International)

‘Like’ Krov nad glavom je ljudsko pravo! – A roof over your head is a human right! on Facebook

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It Gets Better and Better

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Why A Heterosexual, Married, North Carolinian Father Of Three Cares About LGBT Equality

UPDATE: The NC Gay Marriage Amendment Post: Feedback Why A Heterosexual, Married, North Carolinian Father Of Three Cares About LGBT Equality from: def shepherd, observations from the intersection of religion, science, politics, and culture. 9.15.2011 I am a heterosexual, married, father of three, who … Continue reading

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Sally Kern’s Years of Hate Speech Against Women, Islam, African Americans, Gays…

The saying goes: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” However, Oklahoma State Representative Sally Kern has been getting away with spreading hate for years. Just this morning, I received an email from the Human … Continue reading

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MoveOn: “President Obama overruled EPA science and blocked crucial new protections against smog pollution”

Dear MoveOn member, I have some tremendously upsetting news: Late Friday, President Obama overruled EPA science and blocked crucial new protections against smog pollution that have been years in the making.1 The decision came after a major campaign by corporate … Continue reading

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