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While The Sneetches taught about the interaction between discrimination and capitalism, Horton Hears a Who is Dr. Seuss' exploration of genocide.
Telling the truth is frequently unpopular, but it is an important way to help communities survive and grow, and heal the wounds opened by war.
Oil money fuels the genocide. Cut off the flow of money.
First, cut CIA ties to Sudan's Intelligence agency.
Creative nonviolent activists succeeded in blocking roads to the official summit.
The violent factions: NATO and the members of the black block, stole the show.
I wish I could bring Palestine with me on my shoulders to show people how we live.
"I must say that writing is a lot safer and much more productive than doing drugs."
I think to myself, if so many teenagers
are dying now my whole generation of
teenagers is going to be gone by the
time I turn eighteen.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs