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COMMENTARY: Dying From the Cold Within

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One of the great challenges to our humanity is acknowledging and overcoming our natural tendency to think less of and discriminate against people who are different from us racially, ethnically, religiously, or ideologically. Despite persistent rhetoric about prizing diversity, political debates often reflect disdain and contempt for those we disagree with, and prejudices of all sorts are more readily stated. … Read More The post COMMENTARY: Dying From the Cold Within appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 974.2: Dying From the Cold Within

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One of the great challenges to our humanity is acknowledging and overcoming our natural tendency to think less of and discriminate against people who are different from us racially, ethnically, religiously, or ideologically. Despite persistent rhetoric about prizing diversity, political debates often reflect disdain and contempt for those we disagree with, and prejudices of all sorts are more readily stated. … Read More The post COMMENTARY 974.2: Dying From the Cold Within appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Daniel Beaty on Acting vs. Writing Paul Robeson

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By Jack Smart | Posted March 19, 2015, 11 a.m. “So much of this industry,” says Daniel Beaty, “is out of our hands: whether we get cast in a play; whether the play we write gets produced by the mainstream houses.”

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Students occupy Istanbul university over mining disaster

"This faculty is occupied," reads a huge banner hanging from the mining department of an Istanbul university, where Turkish students have been holding all-night vigils over a devastating mine disaster that claimed over 300 lives.

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Students occupy Istanbul university over mining disaster

Global March to Dignity – Transnational Solidarity Weekend July 6-7 …

With this call we invite all the comrades to go out this weekend, 6-7 July 2013, with out borders and reclaim the streets, squares, parks and all that belongs the humanity. Let us rise doesn't matter wherever we are; in Egypt, …

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Global March to Dignity – Occupy Wall Street

With this call we invite all the comrades to go out this weekend, 6-7 July 2013, with out borders and reclaim the streets, squares, parks and all that belongs the humanity. Let us rise doesn't matter wherever we are; in Egypt, …

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Global March to Dignity – Occupy Wall Street

Chevron says executive pay to reflect 2012 "incidents"

(Reuters) – Chevron Corp said on Wednesday its executive pay would reflect certain incidents in 2012 as well as a financial performance that outpaced the U.S. oil company’s peer group. According to the Wall Street Journal, Chevron’s board has trimmed equity awards by 11 percent and bonuses by at least 10 percent for Chief Executive John Watson and several other executives as a result of a string …

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Labor exploitation, firms’ greed exposed by garment factory fires

Western garment firms have been accused of hiding behind flimsy safety audits after the latest lethal garment factory fire in South Asia, where poorly paid workers often toil in dangerous conditions. The night shift at the Tazreen Fashion plant outside the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka was hard at work when the blaze erupted late Saturday, killing 110 employees with many trapped inside unable to …

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Labor exploitation, firms’ greed exposed by garment factory fires