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Dr. Sam PhD
3 weeks ago
Panopticon is already happening in israel as the #israel #Apartheid against all the #Palestinian people in #Palestine, the #WestBank, #Gaza. Let's bring that front and centre.

Panopticon also already happening in the usa with doj, nsa, cia, dhs, project prism, google, amazon, facebook, microsoft, apple, verizon, comcast, etc. These companies are complicit with gov't surveillance programmes #NoTransparency.

One should be more aware of their own backyard #HumanRights (eg. LGBTi), etc, #Privacy. cheers mate.😃
Michael Rupp
4 weeks ago
Israel & Jerusalem
These two #Podcast's are examples of how Religion poisons everything.

Life in Jerusalem




Jerusalem: A rock and a hard place


#AljazeeraEnglish #War #Genocide #Apartheid #Israel #Palestine #Israeli #Palestinian #Atrocity #Injustice
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Oliver Bender
4 weeks ago

On Duke Ellington and social activism

Ellington first rose to fame at Harlem’s “whites only” Cotton Club in the 1920s. There, the only mingling of black and white happened on the piano keyboard itself, as black performers entered through back doors and could not interact with white customers.
Ellington quietly devoted his services to the NAACP and its racial equality activities in the 1930s. Whether it was demanding that black youth have equal entrance rights to segregated dance halls or holding benefit concerts for the Scottsboro Boys, nine black adolescents falsely imprisoned for rape in 1931, Ellington used his growing fame as a prominent band leader for a greater good.

Once the civil rights movement of the 1950s began to fight for racial equality through direct-action techniques like mass protests, boycotts and sit-ins, activists in the early 1950s criticized the older Ellington. His subtle activism style had focused on benefit concerts, and not “in the streets” protests.

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