BY: DEREK IDE Throughout the 1970s and the 1980s, the struggle against South African apartheid reached its zenith. Although Black Student Unions (BSUs) across the United States pushed for divestment from the brutal apartheid government, the case of the BSU at the University of Toledo is particularly...BY: DEREK IDE Throughout the 1970s and the 1980s, the struggle against South African apartheid reached its zenith. Although Black Student Unions (BSUs) across the United States pushed for…
The New Yorker Mocks Left-Wing Crybully College Students, Edits The Constitution To Fit Their Demands
Dolores Huerta - In the 1950s, Huerta began teaching in a farm workers' community and saw the brutal poverty surrounding her students. In 1962, she co-founded with Ceasar Chavez the United Farm Workers Union. She organized the members and through non-violence tactics, mounted a successful boycott of California table grapes. Her goal in life is to empower farm workers with information and skills to help them secure better living and working conditions.
Civilians 'Killed Just for Being Kurdish': Ankara's Brutal, Silent War
21st Century Holocaust ~ As the Turkish government continues its crackdown on Kurdish communities in the country’s southeast, Elif Sarican of the Kurdish Student Union speaks to Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear about the destruction, as well as the silence from Turkey’s Western allies.
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Refugees in the Mediterranean: The worst yet? | The Economist
147 College Kids Murdered by Terrorists Stormed Kenyan College Campus, 79 Injured -- According to AFP, the gunmen SEPARATED THE STUDENTS BY RELIGION & ALLOWED MUSLIMS TO LEAVE
Giulio Regeni was a 28-year-old PhD student who was brutally tortured and murdered in Egypt. Please sign the petition to demand an independent investigation! (151150 signatures on petition)
Private George W. Lemon (above) was among the soldiers who elected to use a prosthesis. As early as 1862, the Union government began allocating resources for wounded veterans to purchase an artificial arm or leg. Several Confederate states followed suit in 1864. Payments of $50-$75 covered the cost of the prosthesis as well as any required travel to have the soldier outfitted with his new limb. (Image Credit: National Library of Medicine.)