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Hey guys! Give me your feedback – let us turn this into a conversation. What do you feel about these issues? Should it change? Music Can We Talk – Tevin Campbell (instrumental) **I do not…
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Chris Rickert: Scott Resnick: The ‘social justice’ candidate for mayor? – Madison.com



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Chris Rickert: Scott Resnick: The 'social justice' candidate for mayor?
Madison.com
Ald. Marsha Rummel — who has worked on efforts to help the Occupy Madison homeless encampment and sponsored an ordinance allowing for so-called “tiny houses” for the homeless — said Resnick “recognizes Madison needs to have a social justice …

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Obama Meets New Saudi King, Balancing Human Rights, US Interests – NPR (blog)



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Obama Meets New Saudi King, Balancing Human Rights, US Interests
NPR (blog)
President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia today to meet newly crowned King Salman and said in an interview that the U.S. needs to balance its concerns about Saudi human rights with "immediate concerns" such as counterterrorism and regional stability.
Obama: Despite human rights troubles, we must work with Saudi ArabiaWashington Times
Obama: US must balance human rights, security with SaudisWashington Post
Obama: Most Effective To Apply 'Steady, Consistent Pressure' On Saudi Arabia CBS Local

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AJU MBA Changemakers: Mark Bookman


Our Alumni are Changemakers in their communities, organizations, and networks. The skills they learn here at the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management's MBA program help them augment the…
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SAAN conference focuses on social justice, activism – The Michigan Daily


SAAN conference focuses on social justice, activism
The Michigan Daily
This year's guests were activist Almas Haider, comedian Hari Kondabolu, actor and writer Sunny Tripathy, youth activist Saajan Bhakta, pediatric specialist Seema Jilani and Mahima Mahadevan, who works at the Education Policy Initiative at the Ford School.

Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report – The Guardian



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Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report
The Guardian
The report also suggests that British laws that give the monitoring agency GCHQ wide-ranging powers are incompatible with the European convention on human rights. It argues that British surveillance may be at odds with article 8, the right to privacy
Mass Surveillance Threatens Digital Security And Human Rights, Says TechCrunch
Mass Surveillance Does Not Stop Terrorists, Europe's Top Rights Body SaysVICE News

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The Big Valley Season 2 Full Episode 3 Legend of a General (2)


Jarrod and Nick ride into Mexico with the general to rescue Heath. When Heath helps an old friend, a Mexican general, to escape to Stockton, the man's captor holds Heath hostage to force his…
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Human Rights Groups Press Obama on India – New York Times



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Human Rights Groups Press Obama on India
New York Times
But human rights groups worry that Mr. Obama, in his eagerness to make diplomatic breakthroughs, will brush aside serious issues that may stand in the way. Human rights advocates say they suspect that Indian diplomats are still circumventing American
Human-rights groups press Obama on IndiaColumbus Dispatch
Human Rights Watch urges Modi, Obama to discuss range of common issuesHindustan Times

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The Big Valley Season 2 Full Episode 6 The Martyr


Jarrod defends a sheepherder who is also a political anarchist. Guest star: Joseph Campanella (Francisco De Navarre), Nico Minardos (Paulino Ariata), Philip . Josh Hawks is running for Governor…
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Pillar of Q-C social activism, justice dies – Quad City Times



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Pillar of Q-C social activism, justice dies
Quad City Times
For decades, Suzanne Golden was a leader in the fight for social justice in the Quad-Cities. “If there was something going on in this community that had to do with promoting justice for all people, you would find Sue there,” Rabbi Henry Karp of Temple …

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