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learning differently (adhd documentary)

Do you learn differently? Different from what? Learning Differently is a filmmakers attempt at exploring the concept of learning differences. I have interviewed psychologists, neurobiologists, education professors, myself and other students with some sort of learning difference to gather a … Continue reading

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rumsfeld and saddam shake hands in 1983

the US of A gives financial support, including military aid, weapons and training to Saddam and his army throughout the 1980’s. then in 1990, they invade Iraq and start the Gulf War. terrorists.  US intelligence helped Saddam’s Ba`ath Party seize … Continue reading

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learn about the syrian revolution

a report on syria. text appropriated from nytimes article. http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/syria/index.html over 40,000 killed in civil war that began in 2011. this is the history your children will be reading about. what were you doing when it was being made?  were you … Continue reading

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WAKE UP!

Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near. (Revelation 1:3) Once again the time has … Continue reading

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celebrating america’s diversity: july 4th, 2012

look! the founding fathers. representing patriarchy, “european” supremacy, the illusion of democracy, the revolutionary rhetoric declaring all men are created equal, the justification of slavery, the naturalization act, land-theft, the exclusion of women from politics, the exploitation of labor, the … Continue reading

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the red square revolt in quebec: 2012

Quebec: Red Square Revolt It started with students — first a few at the Université Laval, and then hundreds of thousands, filling the streets every day and every night, wearing red squares (carrés rouges) to symbolize the giant debt they’d … Continue reading

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the organization for afro-american unity: 1964

el-hajj malik el shabazz (formerly malcolm x) founded the organization of afro american unity in 1964, a political and social movement dedicated to the philosophy of black nationalism, “which means that the black man should control the politics of his own … Continue reading

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the people demand social justice: j14 in israel summer 2011

during the summer of 2011, hundreds of thousands took to the streets in cities all across israel to create a growing movement and alternate society. protesting over economic issues, political corruption, systemic inequality and governmental injustice, (to name a few … Continue reading

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the revolution of every day life

Paris, 1968. riots, protests, demonstrations, confrontations with police. WHY? concerned with the increasing commercialization of the art world, the commodification of goods and the apathy of modern industrial urban life, the situationists placed their faith in youthful revolt and agitation. … Continue reading

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may 1st general strike: global (r)evolution

Why are we striking? Or to put it another way – what’s wrong with the world? Of course, most of us know what’s wrong with the world. We know about the poverty, war, violence and disease. We’re conscious of the … Continue reading

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