Indigenous Disabled People

19 Jun 19

Hello, I’m Shelley Tremain and I’d like to welcome you to the fifty-first installment of Dialogues on Disability, the series of interviews that I am conducting with disabled philosophers and post to BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY on the third Wednesday of each month. The series is designed to provide a public venue for discussion with disabled philosophers […]

19 Jun 19

1. Traditional Economic System The traditional economic system is the most traditional and ancient types of economies in the world. Vast portions of the world still function under a traditional economic system. These areas tend to be rural, second- or third-world, and closely tied to the land, usually through farming. In general, in this type of economic […]

18 Jun 19
Illusions of an African

        “In Mali, every prince has his own griot. Doua’s father was my father’s griot, Doua is mine and the son of Doua, Balla Fasseke here, will be your griot.” In this world, we have lived off of each other’s rules and legacies in order to show ourselves prosperous. Yet, one may […]

17 Jun 19
Russia News Now

Education & Youth On Father’s Day, Let’s Promise Our Children We Will Not Stop Hoping Economy & Labor Want to Be a Principled Billionaire? Stop Being a Billionaire. Politics & Elections The DNC Strategy Will Defeat Climate Voters, Not Trump Environment & Health A Father’s Day Gift For Myself: Activism Economy & Labor The Labor […]

16 Jun 19
Tawa Baptist

Scripture: Ephesians 2:11-22 Title: Included Structure: Introduction A new access A new humanity A new temple Conclusion Introduction: As well as being Trinity Sunday, today is also Disability Awareness Sunday –         My first job after leaving university was with a community organisation who worked with people with disabilities, in Tauranga –         I was 23 at […]

16 Jun 19

Site Title

Nothing says im a friendless loser like a party happening at top decibel outside your window, and you are sitting inside alone on a Saturday night. of course, no one to do anything with not even the opportunity to refuse. then there is family or should I say “family” mom in fact couldn’t care less […]

15 Jun 19
Eamon C. Tewell

I provided the keynote at the 2019 Connecticut Information Literacy Conference, where the theme was “What’s Grit Got To Do With It? New Approaches for IL Instruction.” It was an excellent event all around, with a lot of great breakout sessions and energy. Thank you to the Conference Planning Committee for organizing it and for […]

15 Jun 19

“My persisting anger is directed not towards the idiots on the bus but the reduction of my battered face to cheap clickbait”

15 Jun 19
Middle East Monitor

A new World Heath Organization report on Gaza this month made for shocking reading. But as usual when it comes to our hopelessly Israel-sympathetic media, there was barely a whisper about it in the “mainstream” papers. It states that in the course of the year following the start of the Great March of Return protests […]

15 Jun 19
UT Dallas Oaxaca Program

We all know about colonialism- the subjugation of the indigenous or native people in a country has irreversibly occurred since the time European men stepped across borders and claimed resources, land, and even bodies for their own. However ghastly it is, then, ‘medical’ colonialism, or experimentation on ‘lesser’ populations for the health benefits of a […]