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Episode 1: The Quest for Equality by Any Means Necessary

Doctor Sarah Hanisko, speaks about how to create a transnational women’s rights movement, the importance factors of women’s and human rights and what we can do to help women in need at home and abroad.  You can listen directly by clicking the link below or subscribing on iTunes or Stitcher.  //percolate.blogtalkradio.com/offsiteplayer?hostId=1024753&episodeId=9641143 Transcripts of this episode… Continue reading Episode 1: The Quest for Equality by Any Means Necessary

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Daniel Bell and the End of Ideology in the West

At the beginning of the Sixties modern society had undergone vast and amazing changes in the realm of politics, sociology and history.  During the previous ten years the Korean War had been fought and “won,” the Vietnam conflict had just begun and the Suez Crisis resulted in tensions rising between Egypt and Israel.  In addition… Continue reading Daniel Bell and the End of Ideology in the West

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Reflections on Topaz Japanese Internment Camp

This paper was written for a course in my PhD schedule – History, Memory and Conflict. I find it increasingly important to remind people of our history, considering the current climate and those surrounding Trump using these camps as a precedence for registering those of other faiths. Reflections on Topaz Japanese Internment Camp Ask a person… Continue reading Reflections on Topaz Japanese Internment Camp

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A 12-Step Program for Responding to President-Elect Trump

This article originally appeared at New York Times – Op Ed by Nicholas Kristof Traumatized by the election results, many Americans are asking: What now? Here are steps that any of us can take that can make a difference at the margins. Onward! 1. I WILL accept that my side lost, but I won’t acquiesce in injustice… Continue reading A 12-Step Program for Responding to President-Elect Trump