T. S. Abe
If the Iraq War were a child, it would be in fourth grade.
Ten Years After: How Not to Teach About the Iraq War — Bill Bigelow, CommonDreams.org
A decade later and the Iraq debate is still contaminated with myths — Peter Feaver, ForeignPolicy.com
10 Years of Iraq in Newsweek — Marcia Allert, Michael Keller, Sam Schlinkert, TheDailyBeast.com
Iraq 10 Years Later: The Deadly Consequences of Spin — David Corn, MotherJones.com
A Decade of War in Iraq: The Images That Moved Them Most — Bobby Ghosh, Lightbox.Time.com
The Speechwriter: David Frum on the Rhetoric of Iraq — David Frum, TheDailyBeast.com
[PHOTO: Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME ]
Happy birthday, unjust war!
PREACH! People always try to tell girls how to avoid putting themselves in situations where they could get rape but never tell guys don’t rape and if a girl says no believe her and stop.
|—||Frantz Fanon, “On Violence,” p. 50 (via nepantlastrategies)|
A young man tied to a pickaxe in a forced labor camp. Salvery..Early 1930’s. Texas
Tell me again when slavery ended?
KIM & ABB
Political Education Study Collective
Welcome to a weekly political education study session series covering various topics that focus on struggles throughout ourstory against sexism, capitalism, imperialism, colonialism, racism, and other systems of oppression.
This week, we will be focusing on the modern recolonization of Africa. Africa has been colonized since the 15th century by imperialist European nations who aimed to economically and political control the continent. Now, we are seeing a similar yet modern effort to recolonize Africa and its people, minerals, and economies.
Join us to discuss Africa and its struggle against imperialism, colonialism, neoliberalism, and capitalism!
When: Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 6:30pm
Where: 780 W 98 st (1,2,3 trains to 96st)
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