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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT POLICE USE OF #DEADLYFORCE

Originally posted on:  www.jamiraburley.com Today Amnesty International USA, released its “Deadly Force” report, which is a state-by-state

Why the Taliban Fears Teenage Girls

On Friday, the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 was awarded to Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian child’s

Reza Aslan calls out the media for generalization and bigotry when reporting on Muslims

“We’re using two or three examples to justify a generalization – that’s actually the definition of

Will Everyone Shut Up Already About How the Nordic Countries Top Every Global Ranking?

The Nordic countries are paradigms of equality, good education, female empowerment, and progressiveness. We know this

Criminal Justice, Environmental, Palestinian Movements Should Divest Together

It’s been a hard summer. Climate change contributed to the growth of toxic algae that poisoned the water

Lack of toilets blights the lives of 2.5bn people, UN chief warns

Via The Guardian The world’s lack of progress in building toilets and ending open defecation is

A Coffee Brand Saves Kids From Gangs

KENCO “COFFEE VS GANGS” What: A coffee company is using job opportunities to help show young

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

Happy Post Super Bowl Everybody! What better time to turn our focus to the host state

RESEARCH: THE PREQUEL TO ACTION

by Annika Erickson-Pearson Via: http://globalactionweekusa.org/impact/detail/research-the-prequel-to-action As an avid global education advocate, I’ve visited with members of Congress,

Can Education Transform Africa’s Agriculture Sector?

  By Salathiel Ntakirutimana, Founder, Youth Globe and Joseph Munyambanza, Founder and Education Director, CIYOTA Via: Global Partnership for Education 

Gems Nelson Mandela Left Us

“Our single most important challenge is therefore to help establish a social order in which the

Why government in the North needs youth voices

Via: The Globe and Mail  Written By: JAXSON KHAN AND MAXIMILLIAN SEUNIK Early this month, we travelled

People in Developing Countries Have No Use for the Incandescent Light Bulb

  There’s a simple technology that transforms our lives every day, and yet we rarely give

An exciting prospect: Learning Metrics Task Force leads shift in education sector

Via: A World at School  Posts by Chernor Bah If you have been paying attention, you

Four Major Changes in Global Prosperity

It was Abraham Maslow who gave us that famous observation — “when the only tool you have is