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Gender Inequality
 
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CAS Project (non commercial use) Programs used: iMovie, Adobe Photoshop & Adobe Illustrator - Even though we put the text, pictures and animations together, we do not own any of the footage shown, nor the music. ©The Girl Effect ©Adiemus
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Contesting the Marginalization of Female Leadership in Sports:
 
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Contesting the Marginalization of Female Leadership in Sports: Women's Struggle for Equal Opportunities in Men's Collegiate Professional Basketball by Caitlain Tinker In this feminist critique, Caitlain Tinker interrogates the discourses and practices of gender discrimination in men's professional and collegiate sporting institutions in the United States. This study focuses on delineating and 'naming' the discriminatory ideologies that are (re)produced by dominant social and cultural institutions, revealing in the process how these practices (over)determine gender equality in the professional and collegiate sporting field. To this end, Tinker performs a post-structuralist discourse analysis of what Louis Althusser calls the dominant 'ideological state apparatuses,' namely schools, the media and sporting institutions. She argues that these institutions coalesce to form a network of power that produces, reproduces, and reinforces patriarchal discourses and practices that are not only problematic and contradictory, but also act as social barriers that restrict women from obtaining leadership positions in sports. Based on the literature and data collected on men's basketball in the United States, this study focuses on the category and experience of the 'head-coach' as revelatory of contradictory forms of gender discrimination, marginalization and misrepresentation that exist in men's sporting institutions, especially the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). This study, drawing as it does on critical post-structuralist feminist frameworks, also seeks to contest and subvert the deeper social forces and cultural discourses that promote the phenomenon of institutionalized gender discrimination in sports.
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It's day four of the three week International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland
 
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It's day four of the three week International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. The discrimination against women at the work place and the growing marginalisation of public sector unions in many countries around the world is currently under the spotlight
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Mary Ellen Turpel Lafond: Listening to the marginalized to address inequality
 
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Children and youth are among the most vulnerable of society's citizens, with those in government care having a further series of risks. In Canada, our Aboriginal children and youth are among the most at risk. More Aboriginal children are in government care in comparison to other children. Fewer Aboriginal children graduate from high school than their non-Aboriginal counterparts. And, too many Aboriginal children live in poverty, become involved with the youth justice system and suffer from intergenerational impacts of residential schools. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond's goal is that all young people in British Columbia have the same opportunities for success. Her Big Thinking presentation will examine how Aboriginal children, youth and their families have become marginalized, and look at what can be done to ensure that this population @ the edge is heard and this inequality addressed. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is President of the Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates, an alliance of provincial advocates from across the country who champion the voice and rights of children. She was appointed B.C.'s first Representative for Children and Youth in November 2006 and has worked as a criminal law judge in youth and adult courts, with an emphasis on developing partnerships to better serve the needs of young people in the justice system, particularly sexually exploited children and youth and those with disabilities.
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The Big Questions - Is social media out of control?
 
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Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions 28/4/2013. With John Cooper QC, Peter Tatchell (Human rights campaigner), Vicky Beeching (Research Fellow in Internet Ethics), James Norris (Social media strategist), Krish Kandiah (Evangelical Alliance) Kate Smurthwaite (Feminist Writer) Copyright BBC. Posted for educational purposes, no copyright infringement intended.
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Women at the Intersection of Racism and Other Oppressions
 
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Women at the Intersection of Racism and Other Oppressions: A Human Rights Hearing Video This intriguing video explores the meaning of intersectionality and women's strategies for overcoming oppressions through focusing on highlights of three hearing testimonies: violations in war, conflict and genocide - ethnic Chinese women in Indonesia; violations of bodily integrity and sexuality - Roma women in Serbia; violations on account of migration and immigration - Haitian women immigrants in the Dominican Republic. The video also celebrates the organizing strategies used by women's groups to work against intersectional discrimination. Center for Women's Global Leadership, 2003. (30 minutes)
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Gog and Magog - Introduction
 
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I have spent years thinking why the world is in the state that it is in? Why is there crippling poverty in the world? Why is there moral decadence all over the world? Injustice, Oppression, Ruthless dictators, lies, propaganda, chaos, sectarian strifes, discrimination against women, racism, aparthied, economic slavery, debt based economy robbing wealth of poor nations. These are just a few issues affecting us and disturbing the minds of all sensible people. I would wonder, how come Allah Most High didn't warn us of a time that the Muslim Ummah would be at such a low, the likes of which it has never experienced. Who are these people who have so much power in the world today? They make a decision to bomb a muslim country, no one can stand up against them to stop them. As if they are invincible. I would wonder, Islam is the truth, then it should be believers who should have authority in the world.But the opposite of that is happening. Believers are persecuted, marginalised, threatened for holding on to Islam. I would think why didn't the Messenger (saw) warn us about these people who would come from the West, who would first colonise our lands and when they would trick us by"decolonising" , they would install their own version of a secular nation state, a secular economic model and above all a secular way of life into which the whole humanity has been sucked into whether they like it or they don't. Some scholars would call the west (Europe and US) what was known in the time of the Messenger (saw) as "Rum" (Roman Byzantium). But that also didn't sit very well with me because the Messenger (saw) never told us that the believers would anytime become absolute slaves of "Rum". If you know anything about the IMF and the World Bank and in what devious ways they work, enslaving the entire world, you would know that the Ummah has become a slave of the Western Banking Cartels. For years I would think about this. Never getting a substantial answer from an aalim. Much of what the Ulema would say would either be deficient in their understanding of the political and economic anarchy in the world. And if they would understand the situation in the world, the most they would say would be "This is the Last Age, these are fitan, the believers will have to face the fitan and then eventually the Khilafa will be established. Again devoid of substance !! Still many questions lurking in a young mind that wants to see peace and harmony everywhere. Every human being regardless of their ethnic background, colour, creed, religion has a fundamental right to equality but all I saw was a group of nations in the West bullying the rest of the world to accept certain bizzare norms if they want to enter the so called "Civilised World". So, after many years of wrecking my brain on this and thinking and studying, why didn't the Messenger (saw) leave us some indication on this amongst the Signs of the Last Age. I mean, my beloved Messenger (saw) even told us the most trivial signs of the Last Age like the talking shoe, talking whip, people driving mayathir (cars) etc, women dressed yet naked. So why wouldn't he inform us about the advent of a Civilization from the West just like the Rising of the Sun, that would dazzle the world with its scientific, industrial feats but at the same time corrupt the world with blasphemous concepts like soveriegnty belongs to the UN not the Lord who created everything, that something as worthless as paper is money, that it is ok for a man to have sex with a man, when even animals don't do such "unnatural and bizzare vulgar acts". The use of the notion of Freedom of Speech to corrupt our youth with the Pornography Industry which is a Billion dollar industry now. All of these concepts were unknown to the world some hundred years back. And amazingly, if you pay attention, every type of filth is coming from one direction and one direction only- WEST. Even terrorism?? Yes they manufacture them also ! And finally after a very long quest, my question was answered. Who are these people who rule the world today with unjust and oppressive power the likes of which the world has never seen? None other than Yajooj and Majooj. Ofcourse, my Lord didn't leave us without guidance in these difficult times. Ofcourse, my beloved Messenger (saw) did convey the Message with perfection informing us that the world would witness a race of people who would take over the world, just like Zulqarnain, once ruled, they would rule. But they would do so by evil means. So I ask you to help me in my research on this most important subject. May Allah Azawajal accept this from me and forgive me for all the mistakes that I may make. I ask Him for His guidance and His Noor, as this is a tedious task ahead of me. Please download this book:http://www.imranhosein.org/books/131-an-islamic-view-of-gog-and-magog-in-the-modern-age.html Please watch these videos:http://www.youtube.com/user/IfItIsAllahsWill/search?query=gog
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Issues of Justice, Discrimination and Gender in International Sports
 
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March 7, 2013: Issues of Justice, Discrimination and Gender in International Sports USC Annenberg's Institute of Sports, Media & Society presents its second annual USC Conference on Sports. This panel, moderated by Rook Campbell, Lecturer in Sports and Public Diplomacy, USC Annenberg Center for Public Diplomacy, featured commentary from: Anaïs Bohuon, Faculty, Paris Sud 11 STAPS Shari Dworkin, Vice Chair, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
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You Know You're Adopted When (adoptees)
 
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The sealing of birth certificates whas a short lived bad practice Some states have opened records based on human rights. Old laws still seal the birth certificates of adoptees born today in states which have not yet changed the laws. Less than 5 percent of adoptions that are done today are closed. Only 6 states offer unrestricted access to an adopted person's original birth certificate. An ADOPTEE is a person who is systematically discriminated against within a state or other political jurisdiction, despite their nominal status as a citizen or legal resident there. While not necessarily slaves, outlaws or criminals, ADOPTEES have limited legal rights, civil rights and human rights, and are often subject to mistreatment or neglect at the hands of their putative superiors. Instead of being protected by the law, the law disregards ADOPTEES, or it may actually be used to control them. Systems with de facto second-class citizenry are generally regarded as violating human rights. Typical impediments facing ADOPTEES include, but are not limited to, disenfranchisement (a lack or loss of birth rights), limitations on access to Vital Records (not including birth certificate in every state), as well as restrictions on freedom of movement and association, identity and expression. The category is normally unofficial, governments will typically deny the existence of a ADOPTEE's second class status. As an informal category, is not objectively measured; however, cases such as the American South under segregation, apartheid in South Africa, Roman Catholics in Northern Ireland during the parliamentary era and the marginalization of other religious and ethnic minorities, women, men, non-custodial parents, low to mid income parents who cannot afford a lawyer and have their children taken away by Child Protective Services, LGBT people, and other minorities in many countries worldwide, have been historically described as having second-class citizenry. By contrast, a resident alien or foreign national may have limited rights within a jurisdiction (such as not being able to vote, and having to register with the government), but is also given the law's protection, and is usually accepted by the local population. A naturalized citizen carries essentially the same rights and responsibilities as any other citizen (a possible exception being ineligibility for certain public offices), and is also legally protected.
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Feminism Silences Men
 
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I talked about how feminist extremism increasingly marginalizes man in the aspects of marriage, forming one's own opinions and general control. I talk about how increased marginalization leads to resentment and anger. For true equality, men and women must respect each other, not one gender dominating the other.
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Ageism Towards Older People - Motion Graphics
 
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Marginalization of literature
 
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GE1401 Yves' video
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BBC News  The Bangladeshi women entering the world of work.mp4
 
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BBC News The Bangladeshi women entering the world of work.mp4
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Ruhani Voice of The Soul - Music Video Dedicated to Indian Women and Her Rights
 
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Ruhani Voice of The Soul - Hindi Music Video dedicated to all Indian women who dream a new tomorrow a new life with equal respect and dignity in our community. Ruhani Music Video | Ruhani Hindi Video Album | Hindi Music Album | Ruhani Hindi Album The video explore the worries and anxiety of a common Indian women and you can feel it with how the lady, a writer brings in those thoughts in her mind and shows us a hope, a new beginning - a hope of better tomorrow. Women have been subjected to violence, domestic or otherwise, throughout the pages of history-whether they be Helen of Troy, or Sita of Ramayana, whether they be Casandra of Troy, or Draupadi of Mahabharata. Women have been easy pray to the male ego, and dominance. Much as the Indian Civilization pays obedience to the feminine divine, but the harsh reality remains that throughout the length and breath of this country, women are assaulted, tortured, and burnt in their daily lives. We hope our new music video 'Ruhani' will make people think and change at least some of them. A far more prominent case, the brutal gang rape on a bus in New Delhi last month, and the later death of the victim, has led to an anguished re-examination in India of many of the nation's age-old attitudes toward violence against women. Many women, children, Dalits, tribal communities, religious minorities, people with disabilities, and sexual and gender minorities remain marginalised and continue to suffer discrimination. A woman's body as the site of cultural purity is the predominant theme in the epics, dishonoring a woman is equal to dishonoring a family and even a culture. India will be independent only when Indian women's independence and right to full subjectivity is guaranteed and genuinely respected. Protection of Indian women abroad and rights of Indian women is also a serious concern and need to be addressed. Ruhani Voice of The Soul Hindi Music Video: Director : Rakesh Menon Producer : V Jayachandra Menon (Coffee Cup) Music : Anil R Menon Lyrics : Pradyut Ghogale DOP : Manoj Mahindran Editing : Jovin John Assistant Director : Tome Joseph Associate Cameraman : Prabhin Kodungallore Camera Unit : Colors Cine Service Video Promotion: Jayadevan TR, Divya Jayadevan (True Mirror Youtube Video Channel) http://www.youtube.com/user/bestvideofunmoments Online Promotion and Web Development : Finsoft IT Solution http://www.finsofts.com/ Viral Videos on Youtube | Viral Music Videos on Youtube | Videos Go Viral on Youtube
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Christians 'don't get a fair hearing'
 
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As Christians Gary McFarlane and Shirley Chaplin await the European Court of Human Rights decision on whether they were discriminated against at work, they describe the events that led up to their legal battles. Judges at Strasbourg will rule on Tuesday whether four Christians were discriminated against at work, including two women who claim they were forced out of their jobs for wearing the cross. The British government is fighting the cases, arguing that because crosses are not a "requirement" of the Christian faith, employers can forbid the wearing of such symbols and sack workers who insist on doing so. Shirley Chaplin, a nurse from Exeter, was moved away from nursing to a clerical role by the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust in Devon after refusing to remove a necklace bearing a crucifix. She has since lost her job after 30 years of nursing. "I feel that Christians are very marginalised in the work place, we don't get a fair hearing. Other faiths are allowed to manifest their beliefs through clothing or jewellery in their workplace; Christians are not." Ms Chaplin is backed by the Christian Legal Centre which instructed Paul Diamond, a leading human rights barrister, to take the case to Strasbourg. Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/9800353/Christians-dont-get-a-fair-hearing-say-European-court-campaigners.html Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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Microfinance: mainstreaming the marginalised (DataBlitz 2013)
 
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Presented by: Mohshin Habib The advent of microfinance has not only revolutionised the credit market in developing countries, it has also played a key role in poverty alleviation and human development. NGO-provided microfinance services have various social objectives and carry out development programs alongside government, often known as the alternative development sector. This presentation provides a historical perspective of development practice in microfinance since the 1950s to recent time. It also identifies the key development concerns in Asia and the Pacific countries and concludes with a synopsis of microfinance and its role as a development intervention. DataBlitz on Microfinance was held on 24 May 2013.
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Dalits in Britain demonstrate against continuing discrimination
 
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Cultural Psychiatry: Lecture #9 The mental health of indigenous peoples pt 1
 
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Cultural Psychiatry: a Critical Introduction. Lecture 9 The mental health of indigenous peoples pt 1. Dr. Laurence Kirmayer discusses the impacts of colonization on health, and identity, adaptation and the problem of suicide in indigenous populations. Part of the Summer Program in Social and Cultural Psychiatry from the Division of Transcultural Psychiatry.
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Displaced Yemenis face humanitarian crisis
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Yemen is facing a crippling humanitarian crisis that aid groups say could affect recent political progress. More than 500 thousand people displaced by war are living in camps, and as much as half of the population doesn't have enough to eat. From Mazraq in Northern Yemen, Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports.
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Bangladesh: Empowering Vulnerable Women
 
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Violence against women is a serious social, cultural and economic problem in Bangladesh, where nearly two out of three women have experienced gender-based violence during their lifetime, and domestic violence is a common, though largely underreported, occurence. The MDG Achievement Fund operated in 38 districts, addressing the issue of gender-based violence through diverse strategies directed at the policy and legal framework, changing behaviours related to violence and protecting survivors of violence. This video was part of an awareness-raising initiative. http://www.mdgfund.org/
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How Does It Feel To Be A Shia In Pakistan? - By A Shia Pakistani
 
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A Shia citizen of Pakistan tells Tehelka TV about being a 'Shia' in Pakistan. The discrimination Shias and other minorities face in their own country. Whether the military, judiciary, political parties or the media, all have marginalised the Shias and minorities in Pakistan. The face of the speaker has been blurred and the voice of the speaker has been distorted on his request. Original Link - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiBTb_94vTE DLX Area 1 Click Here to Subscribe - http://goo.gl/bZDtb
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Pope Francis on gays:   Who am I to judge
 
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Pope Francis frankly discussed topics that have historically been controversial for the Catholic church aboard his flight back to the Vatican Monday, including homosexuality within the priesthood and the ordination of women as priests. When questioned on what his response would be upon learning that a cleric was gay, though not sexually active, the Argentinian-born pontiff said he wouldn't judge gay priests and explained, "You can't marginalize these people." "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" he said. The conciliatory comments represented a shift from his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI, who signed a document in 2005 saying that men with deeply rooted homosexual tendencies shouldn't be priest. However, he insisted that the ban of female priests will remain in tact, telling reporters the question was "definitively" answered by Pope John Paul II. Asked for comment, Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi told CBS News that the pope was "for sure" not just referring to gay priests, but to all gays. Lombardi said this did not represent a change in church teachings. As Pope Francis pointed out himself in his answer, the church's catechism teaches that gays are to be accepted and welcomed, not discriminated against. Lombardi pointed out that during the press conference the pope specifically confirmed church teachings on abortion and female ordination. The thing that was different here, Lombardi said, was the pope's attitude which puts mercy, forgiveness and understanding "in the forefront." Pope Francis was returning from his first foreign trip to Brazil. He told a crowd gathered for the farewell ceremony at the airport in Rio de Janeiro, "I leave with a soul filled with happy memories." On the tarmac Sunday night, the pontiff said his final goodbyes and gave one last blessing after delivering an open-air mass to three million Catholics gathered on Copacabana beach earlier in the day. The faithful were gathered in Brazil for World Youth Day, a bi-annual gathering of young Catholics from around the world -- the group performed a flashmob to welcome the pope as his helicopter landed. "The homily was so amazing and so touching," California resident Kayleigh Lembke told CBS News' Adriana Diaz. She added, "So simple but so profound." Vatican officials are calling the trip a success and are hoping it will help invigorate the Catholic church.
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Macedonia continues  the discrimination against  Albanians !!Maqedonia vazhdon diskriminimin
 
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In Macedonia continue to be present in all types of discrimination ranging from national , religious , social, but there are also cases of political discrimination . Thus, the Ombudsman said Mehmet Izhet regional conference dedicated lawyers in Ohrid discrimination and protection of human rights and freedoms . " We have cases from all bases , we handle cases of religious discrimination and ethnic discrimination cases and cases of social discrimination and language discrimination cases and so on . Characteristic is that in the years when there are more choices presented cases of political discrimination , treated unequally , unlike citizens for the sake of belonging to a different political grouping , but last year we have had cases of ethnic discrimination , "said Memeti , Ombudsman, Macedonia . Ombudsman as discriminatory called Podgorci case in the village of Struga as children are denied the right to education in the language they want , in this case in Albanian , a right guaranteed by the Constitution , that every child has the to carry out the native language . " What if we as an institution have not yet closed . We had several meetings with parents but also with the Ministry but also the Albanian ministers and we talked the same . With our initiative are certain to find a common language . In case children and parents if there is no other purpose , is constitutional and legal obligation to the institution , namely the ministry of know what opportunities and create conditions for children to attend school and as they feel like they want , "said Memeti , Ombudsman , Macedonia . Head of the Department of Human Dimension of the OSCE Mission to Skopje , Rolofs Marcus said that it is important that people understand that discrimination leads to marginalization , regression and sense of exclusion from the future . " The theme is to continue the cooperation of ombudsmen and in this case we are here to give support to the Framework Agreement was welcomed by local authorities , in terms of human rights . Discrimination leads to segregation and marginalization that leads to excess and the impact on stability . invite citizens to use the services of these institutions to improve stability in the country , "said Marcus Rolofs department, human - OSCE mission in Skopje . Conference participants discussed the challenges that arise in the work of the Ombudsman and other anti-discrimination bodies in the protection of human rights and freedoms , with particular emphasis on cases of discrimination against marginalized groups
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Raymond Boisjoly in conversation with Marcia Crosby
 
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May 16, 2013 - Artist Discussion In conjunction with Raymond Boisjoly's exhibition at SFU Gallery, (And) Other Echoes , the artist participates in a conversation with writer and art historian Marcia Crosby. Their discussion approaches shared interests in representations of urban Aboriginal peoples and culture. The exhibition at SFU Gallery continues the artist's examination into technological mediation and its capture of cultural and political intervals. Taking the 1961 film The Exiles (which documents one night in the lives of young Aboriginal men and women living in Los Angeles in the late 1950s) as a starting point, Boisjoly scans the moving image to obtain still images that register indexically and are accompanied by text. The exhibition runs to August 2, 2013. Raymond Boisjoly is a Vancouver based artist of Haida and Quebecois decent. Marcia Crosby is a writer, art historian and educator. For more events organized by Vancity's Office of Community Engagement, visit at.sfu.ca/xoyMJd
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Discussion on Leading Cases of Women's Rights in Bangladesh, Part 2
 
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Discussion on Leading Cases of Women's Rights in Bangladesh Law and Social Movements in south Asia was organised by Human Rights Law Network which was held at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Convention Centre dated from 16th Aug 2013 to 20th Aug 2013. Besides India legal Experts were called from Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka & Afghanistan as well as the human rights Institutions was also called. The Workshop was attended by Lawyers, human rights Activists, Professor and Students. The Sixth Session Topic was Leading Cases on Women's Rights in Bangladesh was delivered by Fahima Quoreshi from Bangladesh. Meanwhile other issues discussed in the meeting were as Disability Rights & Health Rights, Criminal Justice, Violence and Discrimination against minorities and use of the Law Right to Food in South Asia So as to understand better the law and Social Movements of South Asia
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Wahzhazhe: An Osage Ballet
 
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The Osage ballet, Wahzhazhe, is a contemporary ballet that brings together unique and diverse qualities of Oklahoma history and culture: a reverence for classical ballet that was the legacy of two famous Osage ballerinas, Maria and Marjorie Tallchief, and the richness of Osage traditional music, dance, and textile arts. The creative set designs transform the stage into accurate depictions of Osage lifestyles and the costumes are created to appear as the traditional tribal clothing that was worn during the past 200 years. The ballet depicts the history of the Osage people: their removal from their homelands, the boarding-school era, the discovery of oil on their reservation, which lead to great wealth and tragedy, and the celebration of Osage life today. Wahzhazhe is produced by Randy Tinker Smith and choreographed by Jenna Smith, both of Osage descent. Roman Jasinski acted as adviser on the project. This performance was recorded on March 23, 2013 in the Rasmuson Theater of the National Museum of the American Indian.
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UNREPENTANT: Canada's Residential Schools Documentary
 
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This award winning documentary reveals Canada's darkest secret - the deliberate extermination of indigenous (Native American) peoples and the theft of their land under the guise of religion. This never before told history as seen through the eyes of this former minister (Kevin Annett) who blew the whistle on his own church, after he learned of thousands of murders in its Indian Residential Schools. GET A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: http://www.amazon.com/Unrepentant-Annett-Canada-Genocide-Documentary/dp/B00IMQOT7E First-hand testimonies from residential school survivors are interwoven with Kevin Annett's own story of how he faced firing, de-frocking, and the loss of his family, reputation and livelihood as a result of his efforts to help survivors and bring out the truth of the residential schools. Best Director Award at the 2006 New York Independent Film and Video Festival, and Best International Documentary at the 2006 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival LEARN MORE: http://kevinannett.com/ Produced By Louie Lawless, Kevin Annett and Lorie O'Rourke 2006
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Understanding the Definition and Scope of the Duty to Consult....
 
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Understanding the Definition and Scope of the Duty to Consult and Accommodate Today and How It Impacts You Daniel Pagowski Legal Counsel‚ Department of Justice Aboriginal Law and Strategic Police Christopher Devlin Partner Devlin Gailus Barristers & Solicitors Sandra Gogal Partner Miller Thomson LLP How have recent case law developments shed light on the basic questions, such as: What is the scope of the duty to consult? When is the duty triggered? What is included in "contemplated Crown conduct"? How much of the duty can be delegated a) to municipalities? b) to proponents? How much of what proponents do, goes towards the discharge of the Crown's duty? How are Rio Tinto Alcan Inc. v. Carrier Sekani Tribal Council and Adams Lake Indian Band v. British Columbia being applied by lower courts? Clarifying the role of regulatory bodies with respect to the duty to consult Looking at how the B.C. Court of Appeal decision in West Moberly First Nations v. British Columbia (Chief Inspector of Mines) has further shaped the Crown's duty to consult with respect to past impacts and cumulative effects, and the issue of Crown accommodation Understanding how the recent trend towards complex partnership agreements is affecting accommodation by the Crown There have been developments since last year to the "definition and scope" of the duty to consult. Ensure you get all the crucial updates at The Canadian Institute's 7th Annual Forum on Aboriginal Law, Consultation & Accommodation on February 20-21, 2013 View the list of speakers, program agenda and register at www.CanadianInstitute.com/AboriginalLaw
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Murdered & Missing Aboriginal Girls and Women Stop the Violence
 
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Jennifer B. Lord, Strategic Policy Liaison, Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC). The Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) has been the national voice of Aboriginal women since 1974. This webinar focuses on the innovative work of NWAC to raise awareness about violence against Aboriginal women and girls. Jennifer Lord highlights the NWAC Faceless Doll project and the October 4th Sisters In Spirit Vigils, designed to bring attention to the 600 missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada and to create a movement for social change. This webinar was presented as part of SPARKS TALKS - a webinar series featuring women role models in the LIGHT A SPARK campaign. Leading with dynamic powerpoint presentations from experienced and inspiring SPARKS, webinars include an interactive Question & Answer session. More information: http://girlsactionfoundation.ca/en/murdered-missing-aboriginal-girls-and-women-stop-the-violence About the Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC): http://www.nwac.ca/home
Part II -Untouchability & Casteism (Castes) Still EXISTS even Today in India- 2017-..Must Watch It
 
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UNTOUCHABILITY & CASTEISM Still EXISTS even Today in India- 2017.. TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO DENY THE EXISTENCE OF UNTOUCHABILITY AND THE CASTEISM IN INDIA................ This Video shows the bitter Truth of INDIA....& nowadays everyone talks against the Reservations - why reservations are required??? But now it's time to show each & every Indian & whole world that Bramhin's of India have taken more advantage of reservation since last 5000 years.Bramhin's have 100% reservations in their Temple (GOD) industry, Private Industries, All Social Benefits & Pooja path like satya-narayan.Bramhin's don't have rights to talk against the reservation. Reservations have Applied due to this bullshit of UNTOUCHABILITY & CASTEISM which are created by Brahmins (3% People) so first KILLED UNTOUCHABILITY & CASTEISM if it's do so then talk about Reservations. Brahmins are misguiding the Mulnivasi (Native) People's (SC,ST,OBC,NT,Tribes & Converted Minorities). of India on the ground of CASTEISM.......Please Share It......Part III Coming Soon.......
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Speech and discussion by Sepehr, Queer PoC  about the reality of the life of queer refugees, PoC
 
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Speech and discussion with Sepehr, Queer PoC left activist in exile, about queer refugees, racism, Islamophobia, sexism and homophobia in the reality of the life of queer refugees, PoC, or feedbacks: sepehrpocq@gmail.com he Wretched of the Earth -- A look at the Experience of Discrimination against immigrant/exiled LGBTQI and Queers of Colour in the West and their Resistance. Some marginalised people experience a double discrimination: Racism and Homo-/Trans* phobia. Some of them experience this discrimination again in immigrant communities by part of the discriminated people themselves. In this event white masculine hegemony and anti-Muslim racism in LGBTQI spaces in the west will be discussed from a critical point of view. Ein Vortrag über Diskriminierungserfahrung, die immigratische LGBTOIs und Queers of Colour (im Exil) und deren Widerstand aus der Perspektive von Sepher Vortrag von Sepehr Ein Vortrag über Diskriminierungserfahrung, die immigratische LGBTOIs und Queers of Colour (im Exil) und deren Widerstand aus der Perspektive von Sepher Vortrag von Sepehr Im Westen, hier genauer in der deutschen Mehrheitsgesellschaft, machen einige von Marginalisierung betroffene Personen eine doppelte Diskriminerungserfahrung: Sie sind sowohl von Rassismus als auch von Homo- bzw. Transphobie betroffen. Zugleich erfahren mache von ihnen auch Diskrimierungen innerhalb der eigen migratischen Community. Diese Veranstaltung will eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit weißer, männlicher Hegemonie und anti-muslimischem Rassismus in LTBGIQ-Zusammenhängen leisten. Im Westen, hier genauer in der deutschen Mehrheitsgesellschaft, machen einige von Marginalisierung betroffene Personen eine doppelte Diskriminerungserfahrung: Sie sind sowohl von Rassismus als auch von Homo- bzw. Transphobie betroffen. Zugleich erfahren mache von ihnen auch Diskrimierungen innerhalb der eigen migratischen Community. Diese Veranstaltung will eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit weißer, männlicher Hegemonie und anti-muslimischem Rassismus in LTBGIQ-Zusammenhängen leisten.
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Dr. Bigot sees a black woman.
 
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This is an example of how NOT to interact with a patient.
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Is There Reverse Discrimination in U.S. Sports?
 
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Has the pendulum swung so far that there is now reverse discrimination in American sports? A look at Jeremy Lin, Spike Albrecht, and Kirk Cousins.
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Niigaan: In Conversation -  Victoria Freeman
 
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Niigaan: In Conversation. March 9, 2013. National Arts Centre, unceded Algonquin territory. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair introducing the presentation from Victoria Freeman on the history of Canadian colonization. Featuring remarks by event host Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, and responses to audience questions by Dr. Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.
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Discrimination Against Bangladeshi Foreign Workers
 
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A Photo-Essay for General Education 2 Topic: Discrimination Against Bangladeshi Foreign Workers
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National Seminar on Violence against Women, Part: 29
 
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National Seminar on Violence against Women 18th-19th March 2013 A Two Day National Seminar on Violence against Women was held at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 18th to 19th March 2013. It was an initiative taken by Human Rights and Law Network in collaboration with Maitri. Many Activists & Lawyers women and men were participated from different parts of the state of India. "A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women" which calls for overcoming the obstacles to carry out speedy justice against the atrocities committed on women. The Theme of the Consultation was in the context of the Justice Verma Committee Report and the Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance 2013 Women's Justice The violation of women's fundamental rights through physical, mental, emotional, and sexual violence against women has become almost commonplace in the Indian context. Violence against women has taken particularly acute forms in circumstances where populations are already marginalized, such as in areas affected by armed conflict, areas undergoing mass displacement. Women in the Tribal belts and amongst Dalit populations are already vulnerable, and become even more so in areas affected by conflict. There is therefore a pressing need for the judiciary to recognize and address the particular forms of violence levied against women who are 'doubly marginalized' by caste, class, religion, or in situations conflict. Customary routinely laws discriminate against women, both by denying justice to victims of violence and by dispossessing women from their shares in land and property. A number of laws that protect women from discrimination have also either inadequate, or have not been properly implemented. HRLN has been intimately connected with the women's movement for over two decades. What We Do: education, advocacy and policy analysis to continue the struggle for women's rights. In order to achieve our objectives, the WJI adopts a multi-pronged strategy to deal with the various facets of women's rights violations. The WJI engages in strategic litigation through PILs in the High Courts and the Supreme Court for systematic changes as well as the implementation of policy and women's rights laws. Through legal aid and counseling we provide women with representation women in cases including divorce, domestic violence, matrimonial remedies, guardianship, custody, adoption, property rights, sexual harassment, etc. The WJI is also active in opposing bail of the accused in cases of violence against women, particularly in cases of rape, dowry harassment, domestic violence, and acid-attacks. Lawyers working with the WJI provide legal counseling to women at various women's crime cells, and to women prisoners. We provide legal expertise as member of several committees, including as members of several sexual harassment complaint committees across the country. The WJI also runs a number of help lines throughout the country that provide legal counseling as well as some and psychosocial support to women. The framework of 'women's justice' involves not only the prevention of specific forms of violence and discrimination against women, but also encompasses all other human rights, including the right to food and health; disability, housing labour rights; dalit/ tribal/ adivasi rights; environmental justice; criminal justice, etc. With this holistic vision of equality and gender justice, WJI works directly with poor and marginalized women as well as through legal For any kind of legal and social help related to Women's Justice, one can contact Human Rights Law Network. For more, visit us at http://www.hrln.org/hrln/womens-justice-.html#ixzz2VKYv8hEB WJI responds to situations of crisis through emergency dispatch of legal teams for support in crisis-affected zones, through investigative missions and through legal fact-findings, which often become the basis for further litigation to address severe women's rights violations. We also consistently monitor and review the implementation of laws and policies related to women. Through legal education and training for social activists, mahila panchayats, police personnel, lawyers, law students, paralegals, etc., we work to integrate women's issues into the general discourse on justice and human rights. Judicial colloquia and legal consultations is a crucial aspect of our work, to sensitize judges and strategize the development of women's rights law in India. The WJI also supports campaigns to influence public opinion, policies and legislation in support of a violence-free society for women. A core operational element of the WJI is the degree to which the team works in solidarity with other organizations. As such, WJI has nurtured deep partnerships with grassroots women's NGOs, supporting them in the collective struggle to address the public denial of women's rights.
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Idle No More: Protest to Change?
 
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Momentum and a movement: Idle No More organizers, supporters and observers discuss the objectives and significance of the movement with Steve Paikin.
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Inside Story Americas - Canada's indigenous movement gains momentum
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Canada's Idle No More movement began as a small social media campaign - armed with little more than a hashtag and a cause. But it has grown into a large indigenous movement, with protests and ceremonial gatherings held almost daily in many of the country's major cities. The movement is spearheaded by Theresa Spence, the leader of the Attawapiskat, a small native band in northern Ontario. Spence is now 22 days into a hunger strike on Ottawa's Victoria Island just across from the Canadian Parliament. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Javon Johnson - "cuz he's black" (NPS 2013)
 
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Subscribe to Button! New video daily: http://bit.ly/buttonpoetry Javon Johnson, performing at the 2013 National Poetry Slam. Check out more from Javon on Facebook (http://bit.ly/JavonFB) and Twitter (http://bit.ly/JavonTwitter) Check out "cuz he's black" and more work by Javon and other viral poets in VIRAL, an eBook anthology by Button Poetry: http://buttonpoetry.com/product/viral-pre-order/ Like Javon on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/javonisms "It's not about whether or not the shooter is racist. It's about how poor black boys are treated as problems well before we are treated as people."
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National Seminar on Violence against Women, Part: 24
 
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National Seminar on Violence against Women 18th-19th March 2013 A Two Day National Seminar on Violence against Women was held at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 18th to 19th March 2013. It was an initiative taken by Human Rights and Law Network in collaboration with Maitri. Many Activists & Lawyers women and men were participated from different parts of the state of India. "A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women" which calls for overcoming the obstacles to carry out speedy justice against the atrocities committed on women. The Theme of the Consultation was in the context of the Justice Verma Committee Report and the Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance 2013 Women's Justice The violation of women's fundamental rights through physical, mental, emotional, and sexual violence against women has become almost commonplace in the Indian context. Violence against women has taken particularly acute forms in circumstances where populations are already marginalized, such as in areas affected by armed conflict, areas undergoing mass displacement. Women in the Tribal belts and amongst Dalit populations are already vulnerable, and become even more so in areas affected by conflict. There is therefore a pressing need for the judiciary to recognize and address the particular forms of violence levied against women who are 'doubly marginalized' by caste, class, religion, or in situations conflict. Customary routinely laws discriminate against women, both by denying justice to victims of violence and by dispossessing women from their shares in land and property. A number of laws that protect women from discrimination have also either inadequate, or have not been properly implemented. HRLN has been intimately connected with the women's movement for over two decades. What We Do: education, advocacy and policy analysis to continue the struggle for women's rights. In order to achieve our objectives, the WJI adopts a multi-pronged strategy to deal with the various facets of women's rights violations. The WJI engages in strategic litigation through PILs in the High Courts and the Supreme Court for systematic changes as well as the implementation of policy and women's rights laws. Through legal aid and counseling we provide women with representation women in cases including divorce, domestic violence, matrimonial remedies, guardianship, custody, adoption, property rights, sexual harassment, etc. The WJI is also active in opposing bail of the accused in cases of violence against women, particularly in cases of rape, dowry harassment, domestic violence, and acid-attacks. Lawyers working with the WJI provide legal counseling to women at various women's crime cells, and to women prisoners. We provide legal expertise as member of several committees, including as members of several sexual harassment complaint committees across the country. The WJI also runs a number of help lines throughout the country that provide legal counseling as well as some and psychosocial support to women. The framework of 'women's justice' involves not only the prevention of specific forms of violence and discrimination against women, but also encompasses all other human rights, including the right to food and health; disability, housing labour rights; dalit/ tribal/ adivasi rights; environmental justice; criminal justice, etc. With this holistic vision of equality and gender justice, WJI works directly with poor and marginalized women as well as through legal For any kind of legal and social help related to Women's Justice, one can contact Human Rights Law Network. For more, visit us at http://www.hrln.org/hrln/womens-justice-.html#ixzz2VKYv8hEB WJI responds to situations of crisis through emergency dispatch of legal teams for support in crisis-affected zones, through investigative missions and through legal fact-findings, which often become the basis for further litigation to address severe women's rights violations. We also consistently monitor and review the implementation of laws and policies related to women. Through legal education and training for social activists, mahila panchayats, police personnel, lawyers, law students, paralegals, etc., we work to integrate women's issues into the general discourse on justice and human rights. Judicial colloquia and legal consultations is a crucial aspect of our work, to sensitize judges and strategize the development of women's rights law in India. The WJI also supports campaigns to influence public opinion, policies and legislation in support of a violence-free society for women. A core operational element of the WJI is the degree to which the team works in solidarity with other organizations. As such, WJI has nurtured deep partnerships with grassroots women's NGOs, supporting them in the collective struggle to address the public denial of women's rights.
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Dene language lessons
 
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THE 5TH ANNUAL WILLIAM WATERS SYMPOSIUM ON URBAN EDUCATION
 
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BEYOND THE THREE R'S: Troubling Reconciliation, Restitution, & Resurgence A Conversation for Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Educators April 17, 2013 OISE Auditorium KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Ellen Gabriel Taiaiake Alfred Susan D. Dion This symposium provides an opportunity to hear and learn from three Aboriginal scholars and activists. Each keynote brings a particular knowledge about the fundamental issues connected to teaching and learning within an anti-colonial framework. Grounding the current context within an historical perspective, the speakers will link their analyses to the interconnectedness of theory and practice.
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Financial Markets Crisis, Personal Debt and Individual Savings: African Americans & the Economy
 
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The African-American middle class consists of African Americans who have middle-class status within the American class structure. It is a societal level within the African American community that primarily began to develop in the early 1960s, when the ongoing African-American Civil Rights Movement led to the outlawing of de jure racial segregation. The gains accrued by the Civil Rights Era is strongly correlated with the emergence of a new black middle class. Despite modest increases in wealth, the Black American Middle Class still faces societal and institutional forms of racism and discrimination, which constrains the upward mobility of African Americans. These societal and institutional forms of racism and discrimination are reflected in the racial wealth gap, housing discrimination, residential segregation, the achievement gap, and more. Moreover, the historical implications of slavery and marginalization have made race a proxy for disadvantage, which many African Americans face even despite achieving professional and educational success. Empirical evidence demonstrates that blacks have less upward mobility than whites. A report done by the Pew Research Center in 2007 says that of the sons and daughters of the black middle class, 45% of black children end up "near poor", and the comparable rate for white families is 16%.[16] The trend of downward mobility has caused the overall majority of middle-class-black children to end up with lower incomes than their parents. While 68% of white children earn incomes above their parents, 31% of black children earn incomes more than their parents did.[16] The lower rate of upward mobility could be caused by the lack of married blacks, and the number of blacks born out of wedlock. In 2009, 72% of black babies were born out of wedlock, compared with 28% of white women. Most contemporary wealth is built on the concept of home equity. Present-day income is thus an insufficient measure of household socioeconomic status.[20] Looking at disparities between wealth accumulation among African Americans and whites paints a far more accurate picture of racial socioeconomic differences. The estimated median wealth of black households is $35,000, while white households estimated their parent's median wealth at $150,000 [19] Thus, a middle-income African American who makes an impressive salary may still be disadvantaged in light of asset poverty and deprivation. For African Americans who were historically denied access to housing wealth, they face a substantial wealth disparity compared to whites. Asset poverty affects an African American's ability to procure other forms of middle class lifestyle and other forms of wealth. Asset poverty is built on an intergenerational nature of wealth, in which fewer assets are bequeathed to future generations, crippling the aggregate amount of wealth accumulated in a given family.[21] Wealth is transferable from generation to generation, allowing people to generate more wealth, borrow money for investments, and to invest in education, housing, and future wealth. The history and legacy of discrimination still has ripple effects crippling the black middle class. One policy that can potentially enable African Americans to rise out of asset poverty is the implementation of Individual Development Account (IDA) programs that specifically target people of color and help them use matched savings to acquire assets like their first home, a post-secondary education and small businesses. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_middle_class The African-American upper class consists of African American professionals in fields such as law, medicine, business and entertainment that have incomes that amount to $100,000 or more.[1] This class, sometimes referred to as the black upper class, the African-American upper middle class or black elite, represents less than 1 percent of the total black population in the United States.[2] This group of African Americans has a history of organizations and activities that distinguish it from other classes within the black community as well as from the white upper class. Many of these traditions, which have persisted for several generations, are discussed in Lawrence Otis Graham's 2000 book, Our Kind of People: Inside America's Black Upper Class. Scholarship on this class from a sociological perspective is generally traced to E. Franklin Frazier's Black Bourgeoisie (first edition in English in 1957 translated from the 1955 French original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Black_Upper_Class
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Iranti-Org Hate Crimes - Patricia Mashigo, Emergent Update
 
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Patricia Mashigo, a self-employed sales woman, mother and lesbian was found murdered last weekend, between Saturday the 20th and Sunday the 21st of April 2013. Patricia Mashigo is survived by a 13-year-old daughter, a 15-year-old son, two sisters and one brother but to name some of a few of her grieving family members. Whilst there are still no leads on Patricia's case, it is for certain she was victim to a hate crime. It was her solitary walk through Daveyton last weekend after a night out, that left the once cheerful Patricia vulnerable to attack. The Mashigo family will hold a memorial for Patricia on Friday, the 26th of April 2013 from 14h00. The memorial will begin at Ikatha-Ka Zulu Primary School at 14h00 with a procession which will lead the way to Patricia's family home, on the corner of Eiselen and Mocke Street in Daveyton for the memorial at 15h00. As part of one large community, we encourage all those who can to galvanise and support Patricia and her family. Whether by speaking out against violence and discrimination against LGBTI people or coming to support the Mashigo family, it is important to know that invisibility and silence will not protect marginalised people.
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The Stream - Looking back with a laugh
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe On The Stream: A light hearted look back at 2013, and what lies ahead for 2014 At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Reflecting on Families of Missing and Murdered Women
 
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"Mr. Speaker, this week the Special Committee on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women heard from families from across Canada. We heard powerful messages from families whose loved ones were killed or are still missing. I want to thank the families from northern Manitoba who came to Ottawa to share their painful stories. I want to thank Wayne Flett, Brenda Bignell, Brenda Osborne and Bernadette, the sister of Claudette Osborne. The committee did not have a chance to hear from the Nepinak family. Gail and Joyce Nepinak were invited to speak on behalf of their sister and daughter, Tanya Nepinak. Her murder is thought to be linked to a serial killer in Manitoba. They are known as fearless advocates in our province. On Sunday, like on many days, they faced systemic discrimination when they could not board the plane to come to Ottawa. Systemic discrimination too often denies aboriginal people the right to the most basic services, even the right to vote, and the most basic right to security for them and their families because of their marginalization. We can do better".
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The Pacific Opening Statement by Cook Islands Minister for Health, Honorable Nandi Glassie
 
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Statement On behalf of the Pacific Countries, namely Cook Islands, Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, I have been asked to deliver a short statement related to ICPD priorities, as highlighted in the Pacific ICPD Review Report. Twelve Pacific countries participated in the ICPD Global Review process and took note of significant progress, in many areas. However, much remains to be done. Pacific Parliamentarians deliberated on August 13-15 2013 at the Pacific Conference of Parliamentarians for Advocacy on ICPD Beyond 2014 around progress, challenges and priority strategies towards achieving ICPD's Programme of Action. Pacific delegates endorse the Moana Declaration, which summarized the deliberations on progress with key actions to follow up on the ICPD PoA, we reaffirmed our commitments to reshaping ICPD beyond2014 and committed to further strengthening the promotion of a rights-based approach in advancing the ICPD agenda. As Pacific delegates from these 12 sovereign nations, a sub-region which has some of the most vulnerable populations, we would like to endorse and expand on key elements of the Moana Declarations. These specifically pertain to ensuring sexual and reproductive health and rights for all our people, without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation, economic status, religion, ethnicity. We commit to addressing the cross cutting nature of population issues, vulnerability to climate change, globalization and environmental degradation. We commit to increasing women's and young peoples' participation in decision making and in political, social and economic processes at all levels, particularly given that we have some of the lowest rates of women's participation in parliament. We would like to see that there is increased support and protection for girls and young women, including enhancing access to education and comprehensive mechanisms for ensuring their access to sexual and reproductive information and services. We support inclusive, sustainable development strategies and intend to respond to specific needs of persons with disabilities, vulnerable and marginalised groups. We endorse the prioritization of couples' and individuals' access to contraception and information to make free and informed decisions about the number and timing of children, thereby preventing unwanted and unplanned pregnancies and reducing the need for abortion. Results of recent studies on gender-based violence, reveal high levels of violence in all forms against women and girls. We recommend an integrated response to gender based violence in all sexual and reproductive health programmes and services. Given that teenage pregnancy is an issue in many of our countries, we intend to prioritise adolescent and sexual reproductive health and rights, including through comprehensive sexuality education, and establish accessible SRH and mental health services for youth in schools and other educational institutions, youth organisations, faith based organisations and communities, ensuring their meaningful participation. We commit to scaling up national efforts to halt the spread of STIs and HIV, and meet the goal of ensuring universal access to HIV education, prevention, treatment, care and support free of discrimination, including removing legal and policy barriers that impede access for key affected populations. We recognize the heightened social and economic risk factors for NCDs confronting the peoples of the Pacific, and recommend key actions to strengthening prevention and control of these diseases that have significant impact on Pacific populations. In addressing the unprecedented pace of population ageing in some Pacific nations, we commit to preparing for its social and economic implications for individuals, families, societies and the Pacific community. We recognise that the issues surrounding internal and external migration, urbanization and urban growth in the Pacific is critical so that the growing number of urban residents, including the poor, have secure access to land, housing, water, sanitation, energy and transport, as well as health, education and other essential services; address the root causes of migration and poverty. We commit to applying a human-rights based approach to the issues of internally displaced persons, refugees and asylum seekers in the Pacific. Finally, we would like to contribute to reshaping the ICPD beyond 2014 and post 2015 development agenda at the regional and global levels and we will speak with a strong collective voice around these priority issues for the Pacific. I thank you ladies and gentlemen.
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Cairo Church Gun Attack Girl, 8, Shot Dead
 
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Cairo Church Gun Attack: Girl, 8, Shot Dead Masked gunmen on motorbikes open fire on wedding guests as they leave a Coptic Christian church, killing three people.Three people, including an eight-year-old child, have been killed in a drive-by shooting at a wedding outside a church in Cairo. Masked gunmen on motorbikes shot randomly at guests as they left the Coptic Christian church in the Waraa neighbourhood, in the north of the capital, on Sunday night. Eyewitness Maged Hindy said: "There was a lot of traffic outside the church when a motorbike and a car approached the crowd outside the church. The car stopped and the gunmen on motorcycles started shooting and ran away." The interior ministry confirmed that the eight-year-old girl, as well as a woman and a man were killed. It said nine others were wounded in the attack. The church's priest, Father Dawoud, said: "What is happening is targeting all of Egypt and not only the Christians. This is enough, the people are getting sick and tired of this." The attack was the first such assault targeting Christians in Cairo since the military coup that ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, on July 3. Islamists accuse Coptic Christians of backing the coup that toppled Mr Morsi, who belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood. Rights groups say that Copts, native Egyptian Christians who account for six to 10% of the country's 85 million people, have come under attack mainly in the central provinces of Minya and Assiut. Earlier this month, Amnesty International said more than 200 Christian-owned properties were attacked and 43 churches seriously damaged across the country since the August 14 crackdown against Mr Morsi's supporters in Cairo. Egypt's Copts have long complained of discrimination and marginalisation, particularly under Mr Morsi's one-year rule. Mr Morsi is to go on trial on November 4 over deadly clashes between his supporters and opponents.
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Wilgehof Primary school whistleblower victimized
 
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A whistleblower who alleges he is being victimized is planning legal action against his detractors. Craig Thiem recently reported racism at Wilgehof Primary School in Bloemfontein. Since then he has lost his job, been kicked out of his community church group and has been investigated by social workers
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Origin of Caste System
 
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Christianity, Islam and Communism lives on the platform of LIES, Distortions, Conspiracy Theories and Propaganda. These ingredients are their OXYGEN. e.g. These Ideologies are highly repulsive of one thing.. . . . TRUTH (show them, to beat them!!) -------------------- Awakening of INDIANS via Social Media, which is the ONLY counter to Main-Stream Media in India, which is spreading LIES and Propaganda from last 60 Years.. Jai Hind Vande Mataram Tags: Narendra Modi, Subramanian Swamy, Arvind kejriwal, Aam Aadmi Party, Delhi Gang Rape, Sushma Swaraj, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Tamil Movies, Chiranjeevi, Hyderabad, Karnataka, Yedurappa, Kerala, Kanyakumari, Chennai, Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Zaid Hamid, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Samajwadi Party, Divide and Rule Mayawati, Dalits, RSS, Hindu Unity Defense System, Indian Army, Siachen, China
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