DIGITAL: Haiti: An Island Luminous — African Diaspora, Ph.D.

Digital Project – Haiti: An Island Luminous

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RCMP officers cleared in shooting death of Site C protester in Dawson Creek — Warrior Publications

James McIntyre was killed by RCMP after he confronted them wearing a mask and wielding a knife By Andrew Kurjata, CBC News, November 16, 2016 The Independent Investigations Office has cleared an RCMP officer of any wrong-doing in a fatal shooting in Dawson Creek last year. On the evening of July 16, two officers were dispatched […]

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‘Undoing minorities will undo Pakistan’ by Fayyaz Baqir — Secular Pakistan

Azadi 5 by Shahid Mirza Pakistan was created for minority rights. Jinnah and Iqbal did not want the tyranny of colonial rule to be replaced by tyranny of Hindu majority over Muslim minority in India. Same problem was encountered by the untouchables. One option proposed for protecting the rights of minorities in united India was […]

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Launching ‘The Adventures of SahebaN: Biography of a Relentless Warrior’ by Fauzia Rafique — Libros Libertad

The story of a woman who was forever curious about an object called ‘Pee-nuts’. Book Launches Sunday, Nov 20, Camp Alexandra, South Surrey 4 – 6 pm Host Virginia Gillespie Guest Speaker L.P. Wallinger (15 min) Author Fauzia Rafique (20-25 min) Discussion: Participants (45 min) Refreshments Location: Alexandra Neighbourhood House 916 McBride Ave, Surrey, BC […]

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The Above Characters- Fauzia Rafique

“This election was lost to Trump when Bernie was ousted by Hillary.
So, Michelle Obama in four years.

But this worldwide drama and the above characters don’t make much of a difference in the lives of historically colonized groups: Native people, Black people, people of Colour, women, the Poor. Except for the degree of harshness in our daily reality, everything else remains the same, and the big money thrives with their oils, pipelines, wars, media, exploitation and cultural appropriation.”

-Fauzia Rafique