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Sep 19, 2013

The Quebec Charter and me

Kelly Crichton
Leaving aside the whole debate about whether or not religion is an inherent human tendency, my gut tells me this plan is at best, misguided, at worst, mean-spirited.
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Sep 10, 2013

Egypt's military coup: A new age of dictatorship

Shereen Ginena
The military's actions have dealt a serious blow to Egypt's democratic transformation since Mubarak. It is clear that Egypt's military dictator, General El-Sisi, and his junta are at the helm.
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Aug 22, 2013
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Why the coup in Egypt must be defeated

Ehab Lotayef
Without defeating the coup, Egypt faces a bleak future -- quite a contrast to the bright future we imagined in February of 2011.
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Aug 21, 2013

Chelsea Manning: 'We have forgotten our humanity'

Chelsea E. Manning
We consciously elected to devalue human life both in Iraq and Afghanistan. When we engaged those that we perceived were the enemy, we sometimes killed innocent civilians.
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Jul 2, 2013

The importance of the Tar Sands Healing Walk

Clayton Thomas-Muller
This year's Healing Walk will be number four, which in many native circles is a very significant number: four directions, four nations of the earth.
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Jun 28, 2013

Decolonization: The fundamental struggle for liberation

Robert Lovelace
The three most important factors that reinforce Idle No More in Canada are emerging communications technologies, urbanization and growing connections with international decolonization movements.

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