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Jour-j pour les fans de Yemi Alade!!! Rendez-vous dans les jardins de Djoumbala où la jeune femme performera pour la première fois au pays. Une pléiade d’artistes et de DJ haïtiens seront également de la partie. #Hangover #YemiAlade #SummerInHaiti #Summer2018 #BlackMagic #Afropop #Nightlife
          Haiti 0-1 Nigeria (France 2018)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rasheedat Ajibade's first-half penalty kick was enough to see Nigeria edge Haiti 1-0 in Group D at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup France 2018 to secure a crucial three points, keeping their knockout round qualification hopes alive.

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BENTONVILLE -- When David and Casey Watson took their first mission trip to Haiti in 2016, they had never heard of Haitian coffee.
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The Falconets needed a win to keep their hopes of a qualification to the knockout stage alive

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          Manchester's Franco-American Centre Launches Summer Camp for French-Speaking Immigrant Kids       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Manchester's Franco-American Centre kicked off a new summer program for French-speaking immigrant children this week. Eight young Haitian-Americans participated in day three of "Camp Bienvenue." Thursday they went to go see “Wizard of Oz” at the Palace Theater, but participant Angela Cenesca said, earlier in the week the focus was sports. "We went to the baseball, the Fisher Cats stadium," she said. Counselor Abby Snarski said trips to the Palace or the Currier Museum, while fun for her too, are important cultural experiences for her young campers. “The Palace produces really great plays and could possibly inspire them to get into theater when they’re older,” said Snarski. “Or maybe the Currier could inspire them to become artists.” One of the goals of the camp is to familiarize young immigrants with resources in the city, while also helping them improve their English skills. Most participants speak French or Creole at home. But organizers said they hope the camp will have yet another
          Kurt Cobain: "Republicans Are An Incarnation Of Satan. I Hate Them"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

I know they don't teach basic civics in school any longer, but I'm old enough to have learned that we are a country of immigrants and that America was great because it was a melting pot-- even better than Canada which was disparaged as a mosaic in comparison. When Trump unchains his in-house neo-Nazi co-conspirator, Stephen Miller, and allows him to turn his energy (and bigotry) against legal immigrants, the Regime is directly attacking every family in the country. Remember when you read below, that Miller was the brilliant strategist behind family separation and border kidnappings. Yesterday the Jewish Daily Forward warned its readers that Miller's new plan stops citizenship for legal immigrants. The story originates with Julia Ainsley at NBC News, explaining how the Trumpist regime plans to "make it harder for legal immigrants to become citizens or get green cards if they have ever used a range of popular public welfare programs, including Obamacare."

And they plan to institute this newest Miller attack against America without congressional approval. He's drafting a plan that would target "immigrants living legally in the U.S. who have ever used or whose household members have ever used Obamacare, children's health insurance, food stamps and other benefits."
Immigration lawyers and advocates and public health researchers say it would be the biggest change to the legal immigration system in decades and estimate that more than 20 million immigrants could be affected. They say it would fall particularly hard on immigrants working jobs that don't pay enough to support their families.

Many are like Louis Charles, a Haitian green-card holder seeking citizenship who, despite working up to 80 hours a week as a nursing assistant, has had to use public programs to support his disabled adult daughter.

Using some public benefits like Social Security Insurance has already hindered immigrants from obtaining legal status in the past, but the programs included in the recent draft plan could mean that immigrant households earning as much as 250 percent of the poverty level could be rejected.

...Miller, along with several of his former congressional colleagues who now hold prominent positions in the Trump administration, have long sought to decrease the number of immigrants who obtain legal status in the U.S. each year. And even before the rule is in place, the administration has made it more difficult for immigrants to gain green cards and for green-card holders to gain citizenship.

[Note: Miller was never in Congress, although he worked for several Republican racists and xenophobes-- Jeff Sessions, Michele Bachmann, Dave Brat and John Shadegg.]



Charles, the Haitian green-card holder who works as a nursing assistant in a psychiatric hospital near Boston, said he was stunned to learn his application for citizenship had been denied. He had used a fake passport given to him by smugglers when he entered the U.S. from Haiti in 1989, but confessed to border officers and received a waiver from USCIS absolving him of his wrongdoing and allowing him to obtain a green card in 2011.

Now 55, Charles is a homeowner and a taxpayer and thought obtaining citizenship would be a smooth process. "I thought in this country everything was square and fair," Charles said.

But when he went for his citizenship interview in August 2017, the USCIS officers told him they were going to revisit the decision to waive the fake passport incident, meaning he could potentially lose his green card as well.

Then he received a letter in September telling him his request for citizenship had been denied.

He appealed the decision, but as he waits for a final verdict, his lawyer says his green-card status may also now be in question.

In late November, the Trump administration announced they would end temporary protected status for Haitians who came to the U.S. after the deadly 2010 earthquake. Charles's wife was a recipient of that protection and without him becoming a citizen, he would be unable to vouch for her.

But Charles's biggest concern is his daughter. Although she is in her 20s and a U.S. citizen, she has severe disabilities that make it impossible for her to live by herself.

Charles is unaware of Miller's new plan to limit citizenship for immigrants who have used public assistance. But it is likely to affect him because he has used public assistance to help care for his daughter, so she could end up further hurting his chances for citizenship.

Though its effects could be far-reaching, the proposal to limit citizenship to immigrants who have not used public assistance does not appear to need Congressional approval. As the Clinton administration did in 1999, the Trump administration would be redefining the term "public charge," which first emerged in immigration law in the 1800s in order to shield the U.S. from burdening too many immigrants who could not contribute to society.

..."Any policy forcing millions of families to choose between the denial of status and food or health care would exacerbate serious problems such as hunger, unmet health needs, child poverty, and homelessness, with lasting consequences for families' wellbeing and long-term success and community prosperity," said the National Immigration Law Center in a statement.
There's a Kurt Cobain quote-- a fake Kurt Cobain quote, as it turns out-- being circulated on the Internet. I know it's fake because Danny Goldberg, the manager of Cobain's band, Nirvana, decided to write about it this week at The Nation. The fake quote, which was first posted on the Trump Train Facebook page asserted that Cobain predicted "We’ll elect a true outsider. I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a business tycoon… Someone like Donald Trump." Danny set the record straight:
I know that the quote is not only made up but it is also a grotesque perversion of Kurt’s beliefs. He often differentiated Nirvana from more overtly political punk bands like Dead Kennedys and Fugazi, but Kurt was unambiguous about where his political sentiments lay and, although he identified with anarchist imagery in some contexts, Kurt had no problem making choices at election time.

I remember the excitement in his voice when he called to tell me that he and Courtney Love had just contributed $100 each to Jerry Brown’s campaign for president in the Democratic primary in 1992. A few months later, Sergio Marchi, an Argentinian journalist, asked Kurt if he planned to vote in the general election, and Kurt answered “Yeah, I’ll vote for Clinton. The Democrats are very conservative but at least they are not as conservative as the Republicans.” Regarding the billionaire businessman third-party candidate Ross Perot, Kurt was equally clear: “The guy sucks. He’s rich; I don’t trust him as president.”

After the election, in an interview for The Advocate, Kurt elaborated: “I was helpless when I was 12 and Reagan was elected and there was nothing I could do about it. But now this generation is growing up and they’re in their mid-20s and they’re not putting up with it. I would rather have had Jerry Brown but I’m definitely happy that Clinton is in…. Chelsea seems like a pretty neat person, a Birkenstock wearing kid,” adding “Amy Carter’s pretty cool too from what I’ve heard. She’s been seen at Butthole Surfers concerts.”

Trump’s misogynistic attitude towards women would have deeply offended Kurt, who detested bullies and sexists. Explaining the lyrics to his song “In Bloom” when Nirvana’s breakthrough album Nevermind was released, Kurt was explicit: “I don’t like rednecks, I don’t like macho men, I don’t like abusive people.”

I suspect that Kurt would also have been appalled by the idea of a reality-TV star becoming president. In his famous chorus to “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Kurt sang, “With the lights out, it’s less dangerous, here we are now, entertain us.” He was not endorsing hypnotic passivity, he was satirizing it. As those who program Trump-supporting bots know, apathy and cynicism help discourage some people from voting, a syndrome that inevitably helps Republicans.

...To make his values clear Kurt wrote in the liner notes of the Nirvana compilation Incesticide, “I have a request for our fans. If any of you in any way hate homosexuals, people of different color, or women, please do this one favor for us-- leave us the fuck alone! Don’t come to our shows and don’t buy our records.”

No one can know for sure how Kurt would view the coming mid-terms, but he did say in that Argentinian interview that he did just before the 1992 election: “Republicans are an incarnation of Satan. I hate them.”



          A Bold Foreign Policy Platform for the New Wave of Left Lawmakers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ACROSS THE COUNTRY, A NEW COHORT OF PROGRESSIVES IS RUNNING FOR—AND WINNING—ELECTIONS. The stunning victory of democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the Democratic congressional primary in New York is perhaps the most well-known, but she is far from alone. Most of these candidates are young, more than usual are people of color, many are women, several are Muslims, at least one is a refugee, at least one is transgender—and all are unabashedly left. Most come to electoral politics after years of activism around issues like immigration, climate and racism. They come out of a wide range of social movements and support policy demands that reflect the principles of those movements: labor rights, immigrant and refugee rights, women’s and gender rights, equal access to housing and education, environmental justice, and opposition to police violence and racial profiling. Some, though certainly not all, identify not just with the policies of socialism but with the fundamental core values and indeed the name itself, usually in the form of democratic socialism.

Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian-American woman in Detroit, just won the Democratic primary for the legendary Congressman John Conyers’ seat. Four women, two of them members of Democratic Socialists of America and all four endorsed by DSA, beat their male incumbent opponents in Pennsylvania state house primaries. Tahirah Amatul-Wadud is running an insurgent campaign for Congress against a longstanding incumbent in western Massachusetts, keeping her focus on Medicare-for-All and civil rights. Minnesota State Rep. Ilhan Omar, a former Somali refugee, won endorsement from the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, and is running for Keith Ellison’s former congressional seat as an “intersectional feminist.” And there are more.

Many highlight their movement experience in their campaigns; they are champions of immigrant rights, healthcare, student debt organizing and the fight for $15. Intersectionality has grown stronger, as the extremism of Trump’s right-wing racist assault creates significant new gains in linking separate movements focused on racism, women’s rights, immigrant rights, climate, poverty, labor rights and more.

But mostly, we’re not seeing progressive and socialist candidates clearly link domestic issues with efforts to challenge war, militarism and the war economy. There are a few exceptions: Congressional candidate and Hawaii State Rep. Kaniela Ing speaks powerfully about U.S. colonialism in Hawaii, and Virginia State Rep. Lee J. Carter has spoken strongly against U.S. bombing of Syria, linking current attacks with the legacy of U.S. military interventions. There may be more. But those are exceptions; most of the new left candidates focus on crucial issues of justice at home.

A progressive foreign policy must reject U.S. military and economic domination and instead be grounded in global cooperation, human rights, respect for international law and privileging diplomacy over war.

It’s not that progressive leaders don’t care about international issues, or that our movements are divided. Despite too many common assumptions, it is not political suicide for candidates or elected officials to stake out progressive anti-war, anti-militarism positions. Quite the contrary: Those positions actually have broad support within both our movements and public opinion. It’s just that it’s hard to figure out the strategies that work to connect internationally focused issues, anti-war efforts, or challenges to militarism, with the wide array of activists working on locally grounded issues. Some of those strategies seem like they should be easy—like talking about slashing the 53 cents of every discretionary federal dollar that now goes to the military as the easiest source to fund Medicare-for-all or free college education. It should be easy, but somehow it’s not: Too often, foreign policy feels remote from the urgency of domestic issues facing such crises. When our movements do figure out those strategies, candidates can easily follow suit.

Candidates coming out of our movements into elected office will need clear positions on foreign policy. Here are several core principles that should shape those positions.

A progressive foreign policy must reject U.S. military and economic domination and instead be grounded in global cooperation, human rights, respect for international law and privileging diplomacy over war. That does not mean isolationism, but instead a strategy of diplomatic engagement rather than—not as political cover for—destructive U.S. military interventions that have so often defined the U.S. role in the world.

Looking at the political pretexts for what the U.S. empire is doing around the world today, a principled foreign policy might start by recognizing that there is no military solution to terrorism and that the global war on terror must be ended.

More broadly, the militarization of foreign policy must be reversed and diplomacy must replace military action in every venue, with professional diplomats rather than the White House’s political appointees in charge. Aspiring and elected progressive and socialist office-holders should keep in mind the distinction between the successes and failures of Obama’s foreign policy. The victories were all diplomatic: moving towards normalization with Cuba, the Paris climate accord and especially the Iran nuclear deal. Obama’s greatest failures—in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen—all occurred because the administration chose military action over robust diplomacy.

Certainly, diplomacy has been a tool in the arsenal of empires, including the United States. But when we are talking about official policies governing relations between countries, diplomacy—meaning talking, negotiating and engaging across a table—is always, always better than engaging across a battlefield.

A principled foreign policy must recognize how the war economy has distorted our society at home—and commit to reverse it. The $717 billion of the military budget is desperately needed for jobs, healthcare and education here at home—and for a diplomatic surge and humanitarian and reconstruction assistance to people of countries devastated by U.S. wars and sanctions.

A principled foreign policy must acknowledge how U.S. actions—military, economic and climate-related—have been a driving force in displacing people around the world. We therefore have an enormous moral as well as legal obligation to take the lead in providing humanitarian support and refuge for those displaced—so immigration and refugee rights are central to foreign policy.

For too long the power of the U.S. empire has dominated international relations, led to the privileging of war over diplomacy on a global scale, and created a vast—and invasive—network of 800-plus military bases around the world.

Now, overall U.S. global domination is actually shrinking, and not only because of Trump’s actions. China’s economy is rapidly catching up, and its economic clout in Africa and elsewhere eclipses that of the United States. It’s a measure of the United States’ waning power that Europe, Russia and China are resisting U.S. efforts to impose new global sanctions on Iran. But the United States is still the world’s strongest military and economic power: Its military spending vastly surpasses that of the eight next strongest countries, it is sponsoring a dangerous anti-Iran alliance between Israel and the wealthy Gulf Arab states, it remains central to NATO decision-making, and powerful forces in Washington threaten new wars in North Korea and Iran. The United States remains dangerous.

Progressives in Congress have to navigate the tricky task of rejecting American exceptionalism. That means recognizing that it is often a good thing when U.S. global military and economic efforts fail, because they are generally aimed at maintaining domination and control. Without that U.S. domination, the possibility arises of a new kind of internationalism: to prevent and solve crises that arise from current and potential wars, to promote nuclear disarmament, to come up with climate solutions and to protect refugees.

That effort is increasingly important because of the rapid rise of right-wing xenophobic authoritarians seeking and winning power. Trump is now leading and enabling an informal global grouping of such leaders, from Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to Victor Orban in Hungary and others. Progressive elected officials in the United States can pose an important challenge to that authoritarian axis by building ties with their like-minded counterparts in parliaments and governments—possibilities include Jeremy Corbyn in the United Kingdom and Andrés Manuel López Obrador in Mexico, among others. And progressive and leftist members of Congress will need to be able to work together with social movements to build public pressure for diplomatic initiatives not grounded in the interests of U.S. empire.

In addition to these broad principles, candidates and elected officials need critical analyses of current U.S. engagement around the world, as well as nuanced prescriptions for how to de-escalate militarily, and ramp up a new commitment to serious diplomacy.

GEOPOLITICAL POWER PLAYS

RUSSIA: Relations with Russia will be a major challenge for the foreseeable future. With 90 percent of the world’s nuclear weapons in U.S. and Russian hands, and the two powers deploying military forces on opposite sides of active battlefronts in Syria, it is crucial that relations remain open—not least to derail potential escalations and ensure the ability to stand down from any accidental clash.

Progressives and leftists in Congress will need to promote a nuanced, careful approach to Russia policy. And they will face a daunting environment in which to do so. They will have to deal with loud cries from right-wing war-mongers, mainly Republicans, and from neo-con interventionists in both parties, demanding a one-sided anti-Russia policy focused on increased sanctions and potentially even military threats. But many moderate and liberal Democrats—and much of the media—are also joining the anti-Russia crusade. Some of those liberals and moderates have likely bought into the idea of American exceptionalism, accepting as legitimate or irrelevant the long history of U.S. election meddling around the world and viewing the Russian efforts as somehow reaching a whole different level of outrageousness. Others see the anti-Russia mobilization solely in the context of undermining Trump.

But at the same time, progressive Congress members should recognize that reports of Russian efforts to interfere with the 2016 and 2018 elections cannot be dismissed out of hand. They should continue to demand that more of the evidence be made public, and condemn the Russian meddling that has occurred, even while recognizing that the most serious threats to our elections come from voter suppression campaignsat home more than from Moscow. And they have to make clear that Trump’s opponents cannot be allowed to turn the president’s infatuation with Vladimir Putin into the basis for a new Cold War, simply to oppose Trump.

CHINA: The broad frame of a progressive approach should be to end Washington’s provocative military and economic moves and encourage deeper levels of diplomatic engagement. This means replacing military threats with diplomacy in response to Chinese moves in the South China Sea, as well as significant cuts in the ramped-up military ties with U.S. allies in the region, such as Vietnam. Progressive and socialist members of Congress and other elected officials will no doubt be aware that the rise of China’s economic dominance across Africa, and its increasing influence in parts of Latin America, could endanger the independence of countries in those parts of the Global South. But they will also need to recognize that any U.S. response to what looks like Chinese exploitation must be grounded in humility, acknowledging the long history of U.S. colonial and neocolonial domination throughout those same regions. Efforts to compete with Chinese economic assistance by increasing Washington’s own humanitarian and development aid should mean directing all funds through the UN, rather than through USAID or the Pentagon. That will make U.S. assistance far less likely to be perceived as—and to be—an entry point for exploitation.

NATO: A progressive position on NATO flies straight into the face of the partisan component of the anti-Trump resistance—the idea that if Trump is for it, we should be against it. For a host of bad reasons that have to do with personal enrichment and personal power, Trump sometimes takes positions that large parts of the U.S. and global anti-war and solidarity movements have long supported. One of those is NATO. During the Cold War, NATO was the European military face of U.S.-dominated Western anti-Communism and anti-Sovietism. With the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, peace activists from around the world called for the dissolution of NATO as an anachronistic relic whose raison d’etre was now gone.

Instead, NATO used its 50th anniversary in 1999 to rebrand itself as defending a set of amorphous, ostensibly “Western” values such as democracy, rather than having any identifiable enemy—something like a military version of the EU, with the United States on board for clout. Unable to win UN Security Council support for war in Kosovo, the United States and its allies used NATO to provide so-called authorization for a major bombing campaign—in complete violation of international law—and began a rapid expansion of the NATO alliance right up to the borders of Russia. Anti-war forces across the world continued to rally around the call “No to NATO”—a call to dissolve the alliance altogether.

But when Trump, however falsely, claims to call for an end to the alliance, or shows disdain for NATO, anti-Trump politicians and media lead the way in embracing the military alliance as if it really did represent some version of human rights and international law. It doesn’t—and progressives in elected positions need to be willing to call out NATO as a militarized Cold War relic that shouldn’t be reconfigured to maintain U.S. domination in Europe or to mobilize against Russia or China or anyone else. It should be ended.

In fact, Trump’s claims to oppose NATO are belied by his actions. In his 2019 budget request he almost doubled the 2017 budget for the Pentagon’s “European Deterrence Initiative,” designed explicitly as a response to “threats from Russia.” There is a huge gap between Trump’s partisan base-pleasing condemnation of NATO and his administration&rdqou;s actual support for strengthening the military alliance. That contradiction should make it easier for progressive candidates and officeholders to move to cut NATO funding and reduce its power—not because Trump is against NATO but because the military alliance serves as a dangerous provocation toward war.

THE WAR ON TERROR

What George W. Bush first called “the global war on terror” is still raging almost 17 years later, though with different forms of killing and different casualty counts. Today’s reliance on airstrikes, drone attacks and a few thousand special forces has replaced the hundreds of thousands of U.S. and allied ground troops. And today hardly any U.S. troops are being killed, while civilian casualties are skyrocketing across the Middle East and Afghanistan. Officials from the Bush, Obama and Trump administrations have repeated the mantra that “there is no military solution” in Afghanistan, Syria, or Iraq or against terrorism, but their actions have belied those words. Progressive elected officials need to consistently remind the public and their counterparts that it is not possible to bomb terrorism out of existence. Bombs don’t hit “terrorism”; they hit cities, houses, wedding parties. And on those rare occasions when they hit the people actually named on the White House&rdqou;s unaccountable kill list, or “terrorist” list, the impact often creates more terrorists.

The overall progressive policy on this question means campaigning for diplomatic solutions and strategies instead of military ones. That also means joining the ongoing congressional efforts led by Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and others  to challenge the continued reliance on the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for the Use of Military Force (AUMF).

In general, privileging diplomatic over war strategies starts with withdrawing troops and halting the arms sales that flood the region with deadly weapons. Those weapons too often end up in the hands of killers on all sides, from bands of unaccountable militants to brutally repressive governments, with civilians paying the price. Congress members should demand an end of massive arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other U.S. allies carrying out brutal wars across the Middle East, and they should call for an end to the practice of arming non-state proxies who kill even more people. They should call for a U.S. arms embargo on Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, Jordan and Israel (which presents a whole other set of arms-related challenges), while urging Russia to stop its arms sales to Syria, Iran and Pakistan. Given the power of the arms industries in the United States, arms embargoes are the most difficult—but perhaps the most important—part of ending the expanding Middle East wars.

Progressives in Congress should demand real support for UN-sponsored and other international peace initiatives, staffing whole new diplomatic approaches whose goal is political solutions rather than military victories—and taking funds out of military budgets to cover the costs. The goal should be to end these endless wars—not try to “win&rdqou; them.

ISRAEL-PALESTINE: The most important thing for candidates to know is that there has been a massive shift in public opinion in recent years. It is no longer political suicide to criticize Israel. Yes, AIPAC and the rest of the right-wing Jewish, pro-Israel lobbies remain influential and have a lot of money to throw around. (The Christian Zionist lobbies are powerful too, but there is less political difficulty for progressives to challenge them.) But there are massive shifts underway in U.S. Jewish publicopinion on the conflict, and the lobbies cannot credibly claim to speak for the Jewish community as a whole.

Outside the Jewish community, the shift is even more dramatic, and has become far more partisan: Uncritical support for Israel is now overwhelmingly a Republican position. Among Democrats, particularly young Democrats, support for Israel has fallen dramatically; among Republicans, support for Israel’s far-right government is sky-high. The shift is particularly noticeable among Democrats of color, where recognition of the parallels between Israeli oppression of Palestinians and the legacies of Jim Crow segregation in the United States and apartheid in South Africa is rising rapidly.

U.S. policy, unfortunately, has not kept up with that changing discourse. But modest gains are evident even there. When nearly 60 members of the House and Senate openly skipped Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech when he came to lobby Congress to vote against President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, the sky didn’t fall. The snub to the Israeli prime minister was unprecedented, but no one lost their seat because of it. Rep. Betty McCollum’s bill to protect Palestinian children from Israel’s vicious military juvenile detention system (the only one in the world) now has 29 co-sponsors, and the sky still isn’t falling. Members of Congress are responding more frequently to Israeli assaults on Gaza and the killing of protesters, often because of powerful movements among their constituents. When Trump moved the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, the Israeli daily Ha’aretz acknowledged the divide: “While members of the Republican Party overwhelmingly expressed support for the move, Democrats were split between those who congratulated Trump for it and those who called it a dangerous and irresponsible action.”

That creates space for candidates and newly elected officials to respond to the growing portion of their constituencies that supports Palestinian rights. Over time, they must establish a rights-based policy. That means acknowledging that the quarter-century-long U.S.-orchestrated “peace process” based on the never-serious pursuit of a solution, has failed. Instead, left and progressive political leaders can advocate for a policy that turns over real control of diplomacy to the UN, ends support for Israeli apartheid and occupation, and instead supports a policy based on international law, human rights and equality for all, without privileging Jews or discriminating against non-Jews.

To progress from cautiously urging that Israel abide by international law, to issuing a full-scale call to end or at least reduce the $3.8 billion per year that Congress sends straight to the Israeli military, might take some time. In the meantime, progressive candidates must prioritize powerful statements condemning the massacre of unarmed protesters in Gaza and massive Israeli settlement expansion, demands for real accountability for Israeli violations of human rights and international law (including reducing U.S. support in response), and calls for an end to the longstanding U.S. protection that keeps Israel from being held accountable in the UN.

The right consistently accuses supporters of Palestinian rights of holding Israel to a double standard. Progressives in Congress should turn that claim around on them and insist that U.S. policy towards Israel—Washington’s closest ally in the region and the recipient of billions of dollars in military aid every year—hold Israel to exactly the same standards that we want the United States to apply to every other country: human rights, adherence to international law and equality for all.

Many supporters of the new crop of progressive candidates, and many activists in the movements they come out of, are supporters of the increasingly powerful, Palestinian-led BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement, that aims to bring non-violent economic pressure to bear on Israel until it ends its violations of international law. This movement deserves credit for helping to mainstream key demands—to end the siege of Gaza and the killing of protesters, to support investigations of Israeli violations by the International Criminal Court, to oppose Israel’s new “nation-state’ law—that should all be on lawmakers’ immediate agenda.

AFGHANISTAN: More than 100,000 Afghans and 2,000 U.S. troops have been killed in a U.S. war that has raged for almost 17 years. Not-Yet-President Trump called for withdrawal from Afghanistan, but within just a few months after taking office he agreed instead to send additional troops, even though earlier deployments of more than 100,000 U.S. troops (and thousands more coalition soldiers) could not win a military victory over the Taliban. Corruption in the U.S.-backed and -funded Afghan government remains sky-high, and in just the past three years, the Pentagon has lost track of how $3.1 billion of its Afghanistan funds were spent. About 15,000 US troops are still deployed, with no hope of a military victory for the United States.

Progressive members of Congress should demand a safe withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan, acting on the long-held recognition that military force simply won’t work to bring about the political solution all sides claim to want.

Several pending bills also would reclaim the centrality of Congress’ role in authorizing war in general and in Afghanistan in particular—including ending the 2001 AUMF. Funding for humanitarian aid, refugee support, and in the future compensation and reparations for the massive destruction the U.S.-led war has wrought across the country, should all be on Congress’ agenda, understanding that such funding will almost certainly fail while U.S. troops are deployed.

IRAN: With U.S. and Iranian military forces facing each other in Syria, the potential for an unintentional escalation is sky-high. Even a truly accidental clash between a few Iranian and U.S. troops, or an Iranian anti-aircraft system mistakenly locking on to a U.S. warplane plane even if it didn’t fire, could have catastrophic consequences without immediate military-to-military and quick political echelon discussions to defuse the crisis. And with tensions very high, those ties are not routinely available. Relations became very dangerous when Trump withdrew the United States from the multi-lateral nuclear deal in May. (At that time, a strong majority of people in the United States favored the deal, and less than one in three wanted to pull out of it.)

The United States continues to escalate threats against Iran. It is sponsoring a growing regional anti-Iran alliance, with Israel and Saudi Arabia now publicly allied and pushing strongly for military action. And Trump has surrounded himself with war-mongers for his top advisers, including John Bolton and Mike Pompeo, who have both supported regime change in Iran and urged military rather than diplomatic approaches to Iran.

Given all that, what progressive elected officials need to do is to keep fighting for diplomacy over war. That means challenging U.S. support for the anti-Iran alliance and opposing sanctions on Iran. It means developing direct ties with parliamentarians from the European and other signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, with the aim of collective opposition to new sanctions, re-legitimizing the nuclear deal in Washington and reestablishing diplomacy as the basis for U.S. relations with Iran.

It should also mean developing a congressional response to the weakening of international anti-nuclear norms caused by the pull-out from the Iran deal. That means not just supporting the nonproliferation goals of the Iran nuclear deal, but moving further towards real disarmament and ultimately the abolition of nuclear weapons. Progressives in and outside of Congress should make clear that nuclear nonproliferation (meaning no one else gets to have nukes) can’t work in the long run without nuclear disarmament (meaning that the existing nuclear weapons states have to give them up). That could start with a demand for full U.S. compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which calls for negotiations leading to “nuclear disarmament, and on a treaty on general and complete disarmament.”

SYRIA: Progressive candidates and elected officials should support policies designed to end, not “win” the war. That means withdrawing troops, ceasing airstrikes and drone attacks, and calling for an arms embargo on all sides of the multiple proxy war. The civil war component of the multiple wars in Syria is winding down as the regime consolidates its control, but the sectarian, regional and global components of that war have not disappeared, so continuing a call for an arms embargo is still important. The first step is to permanently end the Pentagon’s and the CIA’s “arm and train” policies that have prolonged the war and empowered some of its most dangerous actors.

There will also need to be negotiations between the regional and global actors that have been waging their own wars in Syria, wars that have little to do with Syria itself, but with Syrians doing the bulk of the dying. That means support for the UN’s and other internationally-sponsored de-escalation efforts, and serious engagement with Russia towards a permanent ceasefire, as well as the arms embargo. U.S. policy should include absolute prohibitions on Washington’s regional allies—including Saudi Arabia and Turkey—sending U.S.-provided arms into Syria. And progressive supporters of diplomacy should also maintain pressure on the United States to back multi-lateral diplomatic processes organized by the UN and others—on humanitarian issues in Geneva, and political issues in Astana. Cutting the United States’ multi-billion dollar arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Jordan, Turkey and other U.S. allies involved in the Syrian wars would also lend legitimacy to U.S. efforts within those diplomatic processes to press Russia to stop providing arms to the Assad regime.

IRAQ: Congress has largely abrogated its responsibilities even as the 15-year war initiated by the United States continues. Progressive policymakers would do well to join the existing efforts to end—not replace, but cancel—the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force against Saddam Hussein's government in Iraq, and reopen congressional debate, with the goal of ending funding for war in Iraq once and for all. When President Obama withdrew the last troops from Iraq at the end of 2011, stating that “war in Iraq ends this month,” many assumed that the authorization ended as well. But it was never officially repealed and had no expiration date, and three years later Obama claimed that the then-12-year-old authorization justified the war against ISIS in Iraq. While Trump has relied primarily on the 2001 AUMF, the Iraq-specific authorization of 2002 remains in place and should be withdrawn. 

In the meantime, progressives in Congress should support many of the same policies for Iraq as for Syria: withdraw the troops and special forces, stop the assassination program that is the heart of Washington’s “counter-terrorism” campaign and cease sending arms. Congress should end funding to force the closure of the network of small “forward operating bases” and other U.S. military bases that may remain in U.S. hands in Iraq despite earlier agreements to turn them over to the Iraqi government. The U.S. must figure out new ways to provide financial compensation and support to the people whose country and society has been shredded by more than a dozen years of crippling U.S.-led economic sanctions bookended by two devastating wars (Desert Storm, starting in 1991, and the Iraq War, starting in 2003)—while somehow avoiding the further empowerment of corrupt and sectarian political and military leaders.

YEMEN AND SAUDI ARABIA: The ongoing Saudi-led war against Yemen reflects the most deadly front of Saudi Arabia’s competition with Iran for regional hegemony. The United States is providing indirect and direct support, including U.S. Air Force pilots providing in-air refueling so Saudi and UAE warplanes can bomb Yemen more efficiently, and Green Berets fighting alongside Saudi troops on the border, in what the New York Times called “a continuing escalation of America’s secret wars.”

The U.S.-backed Saudi war against Yemen has also created what the UN has declared the world’s most serious humanitarian crisis. Congress’ first action must be to immediately end all U.S. involvement in the war. Next, Congress must reject all approvals for arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE as long as they continue to bomb and blockade Yemen.

Ending these arms sales may be a serious challenge, given the power of the arms manufacturers’ lobby, Israel’s strong support of Saudi Arabia against Iran and the fact that Saudi Arabia remains the top U.S. arms customer. But recent efforts and relatively close votes in both the House and Senate, while not successful, indicate that challenging the longstanding process of providing the Saudis with whatever weapons they want may be closer to reality than anticipated. The House called the U.S. military involvement in the Saudi war in Yemen “unauthorized.” Reps. Ro Khanna, Marc Pocan and others have introduced numerous House bills in recent months aimed at reducing U.S. arms sales and involvement in the Saudi-led assault. In the Senate, a March resolution to end U.S. military involvement in the Yemen war failed by only 11 votes, a much narrower margin than anticipated. Progressive candidates and new members of Congress should support all those efforts, and move further with a call for ending the longstanding U.S. alliance with Saudi Arabia, especially military sales and support for the Saudi-Israeli partnership against Iran.

A QUICK GLANCE AT SOME OTHER POLICY QUESTIONS

NORTH KOREA: Progressive elected officials will need to support Trump’s diplomatic initiatives, challenging mainstream Democrats willing to abandon diplomacy because Trump supports it (however tactically or temporarily). Progressives will also need to condemn U.S. military provocations that undermine that same diplomacy, and build public and congressional support for the inter-Korean diplomatic moves already underway. That should include pushing for exemptions in the U.S.-imposed sanctions that would allow inter-Korean economic and other initiatives to go forward. Progressives in Congress can also play a major role in supporting people-to-people diplomacy with North Korea, and they can lead the way in replacing the current armistice with a peace treaty finally ending the Korean War.

AFRICA: Across the continent, there is an urgent need to reverse the militarization of foreign policy, including reducing the size, breadth of responsibilities and theater of operations of AFRICOM.  The wide-ranging but unauthorized and largely secretive special operations and other military actions across the continent violate not only international law, but U.S. domestic law as well.

LATIN AMERICA: In Latin America, there is an urgent need for a new anti-interventionist policy, not least to stop the current attempts to take advantage of serious domestic crises in Venezuela, Nicaragua and elsewhere. Progressives will need to challenge the U.S. economic and foreign policies that create refugees from Central America in particular (including the consequences of the U.S. wars of the 1980s), even while fighting to protect those migrants seeking safety in the United States as a result of those earlier policies. Regarding Mexico, Congress needs to fight for a U.S. position in trade negotiations that is not based on economic nationalism, but rather on making sure that Mexican workers and U.S. workers are both equally lifted up. Left policymakers will also have the chance to play a leading role in forging a new relationship with Mexico’s just-elected progressive President Lopez-Obrador. 

All of the areas where U.S. wars are or were underway, as well as places where U.S. economic and climate policies have helped create crises threatening people’s lives, also become areas from which migrants are forced to flee their homes. U.S. policymakers must acknowledge that U.S. policies are direct causes of the refugee crises that exist in and around the war zones and climate crisis zones of the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere—and that the refugees seeking asylum in Europe, and the far fewer trying to come to the United States, are a consequence of those policies. So progressive candidates and policymakers should support massive expansion of funding for these victims of war, including humanitarian support in their home regions and acceptance of far greater numbers of refugees into the United States. They must directly challenge the xenophobic policies of the Trump administration that include the Muslim Ban, the separation of children from their families at the border and the vast reduction in refugees accepted into this country. In Congress, that might include introducing bills to cut funding for ICE or eliminate the institution altogether.

Finally, progressive candidates and elected officials will need to continue to craft policy proposals that recognize what happens when the U.S. wars come home. This requires more voices in Congress challenging the military budget because it’s used to kill people abroad and because the money is needed for jobs, health care and education at home. It means challenging Islamophobia rising across the United States because of how it threatens Muslims in the United States and because it is used to build support for wars against predominantly Muslim countries. It means exposing—on the floor of the House and beyond—the fact that the Muslim bans targeted primarily countries the United States was bombing, sanctioning or stationing soldiers in. And it means being clear that protecting refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants has to include ending the wars that create refugees in the first place.

Certainly, we shouldn’t expect every progressive or even every socialist running for national office to become an instant expert on every complicated piece of U.S. foreign policy. And for those running for state and local office, there may seem to be even less urgency. But we’ve seen how the Poor People’s Campaign, with its inclusion of militarism and the war economy as one of its four central targets (along with racism, poverty and environmental destruction), has demonstrated to all of our movements the importance of—and a model for—including an anti-war focus within multi-issue state and local mobilizations. The Movement for Black Lives has created one of the strongest internationalist and anti-war platforms we’ve seen in years—including calls for cutting the military budget, supporting Palestinian rights, stopping the Global War on Terror and the so-called War on Drugs, ending the militarized U.S. interventions across Africa, and linking U.S. military and economic policies with the rise in Haitian and other—predominantly Black—immigration.

Immigrant rights activists are linking movements for sanctuary (and against ICE) with opposition to the wars that create refugees. Campaignsare underway to reject the training of U.S. police by Israeli police and military forces. Battles are being waged to get local law enforcement agencies to refuse Pentagon offers of weapons and equipment left over from U.S. wars in Afghanistan and elsewhere. These campaigns all play out at the local and state level.

So especially for those running for Congress, but really for all candidates at every political level and venue in this country, there is a clear need for a strong, principled position on at least a few key foreign policy issues. And the key to making that happen still lies with our movements.


          What My Sighted Child Is Learning from Our Blind Community      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Family photo of Leo, Greg, Stacy, and Josephine.
Blog Date: 
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Author: 
Stacy Cervenka
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My husband Greg recently accepted the position of training center supervisor at the Nebraska Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Lincoln, Nebraska.

So, at the end of April, we moved our family from Sacramento, California to Lincoln. This included me and my husband, who are both blind, and our sighted children Leo, who will be five this month, and Josephine, who will be turning one.

While we were looking for a house, the Commission let us stay in the training center’s student apartments.

People who are newly blind or who want to improve their blindness skills come to the center for six to nine months as students. They learn the skills they need to attend college, find employment, or re-enter the workforce after losing vision.

While they’re here, the students stay in a large apartment complex in downtown Lincoln where they occupy the entire third floor. Besides apartments, there are various communal rooms where students can hang out.

Because everybody on the third floor knows one another and attends classes at the center together, it kind of feels like a college dorm, with lots of camaraderie.

The apartment complex is also right in the middle of downtown Lincoln, with lots of restaurants and things to do nearby, so, when they’re not in class, everyone is always coming and going.

Although I am so glad to finally be in a house again, I’m very thankful that my children, especially Leo who is old enough to remember, had the experience of living in the student apartments for six weeks, and being surrounded by blind adults other than Mommy and Daddy.

This meant that throughout his first six weeks in Lincoln, until he started day camp, all of the adults in Leo’s world were blind. His neighbors were blind people from every walk of life including grandparents nearing retirement age, kids just out of high school, people from tiny farming communities, and a young lady who was originally from Haiti.

One student who was a grandmother, Brenda, was always baking and dropping off cookies at our apartment. A guy just out of college, Dominic, was often hanging out playing his guitar, or doing cardio by running up and down the apartment complex’s five flights of stairs. A former student, Laurie, who now works for the center as the apartment resource manager, brought Leo lots of toys that had belonged to her own kids.

Leo told one of his day camp teachers that everybody who lives in the apartments is blind except for himself and Josephine. I could tell that his teacher thought that this was kind of bizarre and mysterious, but I’m glad that Leo knows better, and that being immersed in the blind community is just part of his normal.

Because of our jobs and our involvement in the National Federation of the Blind, Leo will grow up knowing blind people from all walks of life. He’ll know other kids with blind moms and dads, and he’ll also have blind friends his own age.

As his friends from preschool, sports classes, and our neighborhood begin asking him more questions and making more comments, I’m glad that Leo will grow up knowing that blindness is just another facet of human difference.


          The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 06/06/15      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and - hopefully - promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS Neely Fuller, Jr. has concluded that, "the gay rights" movement "is changing everything." Social engineering and "de-genderization" were at maximum highs as Vanity Fair transformed Bruce Jenner to Kaitlyn. Thankfully, we were cautioned against equating "her" to Rosa Parks. While everyone kept up with the Kardashian posse, almost no one notice the White Terrorism against Kristina Fox and her black brother. These Chicagoans were stabbed, bludgeoned and called niggers by White brutes. Rap music may be to blame. White Mississippians would not be outdone. Senatobia High School superintendent and Suspected Race Soldier Jay Foster had arrest warrants issued for four black people who dared to applaud a graduating family member. Whether rite of passage or catastrophe, Whites salivate at the opportunity to molest black people. It was reported that out of a half billion dollars in aid money for Haitian earthquake survivors, only six houses were constructed. Whites at the Red Cross are accused of demonstrating a "pattern of careless mistakes, dishonesty." And Jasmine Catchings is the outstanding journalist of the week. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 760.569.7676 CODE 564943# SKYPE: FREECONFERENCECALLHD.7676 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. THE HALF HAS NEVER BEEN TOLD Part III      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 3rd study session on Edward Baptist's 2014 publication, The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery And The Making Of American Capitalism. Baptist, a White Man, constructed this book to center the enslavement and mutilation of black bodies as the foundation and central economic enterprise of America. He contends that the torture and forced labor of black people was not an inefficient industrial system, nor would it have come to a natural conclusion on its own. The book chapters are named after body parts to emphasize how the White slave system represented total war on black bodies. The Economist pilloried the book, charged that "Mr Baptist has not written an objective history of slavery. Almost all the blacks in his book are victims, almost all the whites villains." They eventually apologized and retracted their review. Last week's session emphasized the common, ritual rape of black people that remains an essential component of the White Supremacy system. Baptist highlighted the colossal impact of the Haitian Revolution, and how Whites deliberately minimize and obscure this rebellion when discussing world events. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 10/08/16      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and - hopefully - promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS The 2016 vice presidential debate was held in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Tellingly, this is the same town where Whites intentionally closed their schools for five years to keep black children away from White kids. Continuing the pattern, Sunday's pending debate between Hillary R. Clinton and Donald J. Trump will take place in St. Louis, Missouri; the candidates will spar down the road from where Michael Brown Jr. was killed by Ferguson police. The drama won't be restricted to politics, as Nate Parker and Ava DuVernay each have new films addressing Racism premiering this week. Parker's The Birth Of A Nation hits the silver screen after months spent thrashing the actor and filmmaker for rape accusations nearly two decades old. DuVernay's acclaimed film, 13th, deconstructs how slavery has been refined, not abolished. Her film makes known how decades of deliberately Racist laws have caged generations of black people. The political performances, box office debuts and the launch of Luke Cage obscured the destruction Hurricane Matthew delivered in Haiti. More than 200 have been reported dead on the island still being punished by the global White minority for Haitian Revolution. #RacismIsNotAPrivilege INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. Global Sunday Talk On Racism 10/16/16      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts our monthly Global Sunday Talk On Racism. This broadcast is constructed to encourage participation from Victims of Racisms beyond the United States and/or non-white people who are not able to join us during our typical broadcast time. Haiti continues endure the horrors of Hurricane Matthew. Whites have once again paraded infinite images of beleaguered black Haitians in a storm-ravaged wasteland. Black death remains one of the most popular commodities in the world. We'll get our international listener's views on the stretch run of the U.S. presidential election. Media outlets publish hourly reports unearthing new found records of Donald J. Trump insulting someone. Former First Lady Hillary Clinton remains the projected winner; we'll see how closely this election resembles the Brexit vote - where many incorrectly forecast that the "right wing" rhetoric would fail and England would remain in the European Union. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE: 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 10/15/16      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and - hopefully - promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS Kenneth P. Thompson, the first black district attorney of Brooklyn, New York, died this week. He was a husband, a father, and 50 years-old. Regrettably, many have used this time to deprecate Mr. Thompson's work, voicing dissatisfaction with the Peter Liang case. Liang, a former NYPD officer, was found guilty earlier this year for the 2014 killing of an unarmed black male, Akai Gurley. Liang was not sentenced to jail time. Thompson's critics ignore his years of counter-racist work, which includes convicting the White savage who anally raped Abner Louima in 1997. Thompson also stopped prosecuting low level cannabis offenses in his jurisdiction and " agreed to overturn 21 convictions and re-examine more than 100 in one of the most ambitious efforts of its kind." Because of his labor, some prisoners who were caged for decades were released. Mr. Thompson wasn't the only black public servant having a tough time in New York. Black firefighters launched a $150 million law suit against the FDNY, charging racial discrimination. In the Caribbean, Haiti continues to suffer from the calamity of Hurricane Matthew. The island of black folks are getting significantly less sympathy than Nate Parker's deceased White accuser. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-On 12/02/17      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and - hopefully - promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS President Donald J. Trump continued the global war on black people, ending Temporary Protected Status for Haitian immigrants in the United States. More than 50 thousand now fear deportation. The eruption of sexual harassment claims snared two additional high profile figures: NBC's Matt Lauer was fired and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons resigned from all posts after both were accused of sexual misconduct. Congressman John Conyers, who for years battled for reparations for black people, is being pressured to leave office because of similar accusations of sexual abuse. Speaking of past misdeeds, two Georgia Race Soldiers, Frankie Gebhardt and Bill Moore, were arrested for the lynching of a Black male in 1983. They bragged about the killing and intimidated witnesses for a quarter century. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. w/ Lisa Marie Rollins - Feb 01,2010      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lisa Marie Rollins will share her views on the System of White Supremacy. Lisa Marie Rollins is the Founder & Executive Director of Adopted & Fostered Adults of the African Diaspora (AFAAD) - an international nonprofit organization which connects, supports, and advocates for the needs of the African[non-white] adoption and foster care community. Ms. Rollins is a non-white female who was adopted by White parents. She will share her views and research on how adopted and foster non-white children are impacted and potentially harmed by being placed with White caretakers - transracial adoption. Ms. Rollins will also address the droves of Haitian children who are being plucked from the rubble and placed with White adopted families. AFAAD has released a public statement in opposition to the removal/adoption of Haitian children. We'll also make time for a discussion of interracial relationships. INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 760.569.7676 CODE 564943# SKYPE: FREECONFERENCECALLHD.7676 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. w/ Dr. Frances Cress Welsing No. 3.0 - Feb 07,2010      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
General and child psychiatrist, Victim of White Supremacy Dr. Frances Cress Welsing makes her third visit to The C.O.W.S. We will ask Dr. Welsing to share her thoughts on Senator Harry Reid's comments, the earthquake in Haiti and Morehouse's dress code which banned cross dressing. We will also ask Dr. Welsing to share techniques for codifying counter-racist speech; specifically, how did she go about the process of crafting her method of discussing Racism/White Supremacy. We'll also see if Dr. Welsing is hip to Avatar. INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. w/ Dr. Frances Cress Welsing No. 3.0 - Feb 07,2010      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
General and child psychiatrist, Victim of White Supremacy Dr. Frances Cress Welsing makes her third visit to The C.O.W.S. We will ask Dr. Welsing to share her thoughts on Senator Harry Reid's comments, the earthquake in Haiti and Morehouse's dress code which banned cross dressing. We will also ask Dr. Welsing to share techniques for codifying counter-racist speech; specifically, how did she go about the process of crafting her method of discussing Racism/White Supremacy. We'll also see if Dr. Welsing is hip to Avatar. INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
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          Argentina's Senate trashes bill to legalise abortion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

[Argentina], August 9 (ANI): Argentina's Senate on Thursday rejected a proposed bill on legalising elective abortion in the country.

The bill would have allowed women to terminate their pregnancy in the first 14 weeks. According to current Argentine laws, abortions can be carried out only when the mother's health is at risk or in rape cases, CNN reported.

The Senate voted against the bill, 38 to 31, with two abstentions and one absentee. As the outcome of the vote was announced, demonstrators got engaged in clashes with the police outside the National Congress building in Buenos Aires.

In June, Argentine Chamber of Deputies or the lower house of Congress narrowly passed the bill 129 to 125 with one abstention.

The proposed abortion bill, which was a raging issue in Argentina in the past few months, saw protestors, both in favour and against abortion taking to the streets. While the anti-abortion demonstrators protested under blue coloured "save both lives" banners, pro-abortion protestors flashed banners and wore green bandanas, loosely wrapped and tied around their necks, as per the CNN report.

Most Latin American countries permit abortions for medical reasons. There is a blanket ban on abortion in many countries such as Chile, Suriname, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, Sputnik reported.

In Mexico, abortion is legal only in the nation's capital Mexico City. The voluntary termination of pregnancy is legal only in Cuba, Uruguay, Guyana and Puerto Rico. (ANI)


          Falconets Revive W/Cup Dream With Haiti Win      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Falconets revived their hopes of making it to the quarter-final of the 2018 U-20 World Cup after a 1-0 win over Haiti.

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          Is Brooklyn street co-named after Haitian hero — or mass murderer?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The New York City Council voted on Wednesday to approve a controversial proposal to co-name a Brooklyn street after a man who led Haiti’s historic


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Nigeria got their Under-20 Women's World Cup campaign back on track in France on Thursday with a 1-0 win over Haiti. A 36th minute penalty from Rasheedat Ajibade was enough to bring Nigeria their...
          Argentina says no to legalized abortion as battle moves through region      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Very early Thursday morning, the Senate in Argentina voted down a bill that would legalize elective abortion. The vote was 38-31, which included two abstentions and one absentee vote. Current law will remain in place which allows abortion in the case of the mother’s health is at risk or rape. Women can be imprisoned for up to four years if the current law is broken.

The proposal would have legally allowed abortion up to fourteen weeks. After the more liberal lower house, the Argentine Chamber of Deputies narrowly passed the bill by a vote of 129-125. President Mauricio Macri said he would not veto the bill if it passed both chambers.

Pro-abortion supporters were buoyed by the vote to legalize abortion in Ireland, also a predominantly Catholic country, last May. Support for the bill was framed in much the same way it is framed through-out Europe and in America. Those in favor describe abortion as a human right and a health care issue. Both descriptions seem ironic to me, though, as the lives lost in an abortion are denied the ultimate right to life and if the concern is health care, legal abortion is allowed in a hospital in the case of the mother’s health or if the woman has been raped.

As expected, the anticipation of the vote in the Senate Thursday morning brought out protesters from both sides of the argument. A large screen outside the National Congress in Bueno Aires building brought the news to the crowd. A heavy police presence tamped down skirmishes as they emerged. Abortion movement leaders from outside the country weighed in. They vow to continue the fight.

Celia Szusterman, trustee of the UK board of Pro-Mujer and director of the Latin America program at the Institute for Statecraft, told CNN that is was “a step backward for women’s rights and women’s health.”
She says it’s a “sad day… not only because of the way the vote went but the way the campaign for and against went. It was so divisive.”
Activists say they’ll keep pushing the bill, in the hope that it passes one day soon.
“It will happen because that’s the world — to increase rights and this is one of the fundamental rights that is still not available to women in Latin America,” Szusterman said.
While pro-abortion supporters chanted “legal abortion at the hospital” outside the National Congress, the Catholic Church held a “Mass for Life” in Buenos Aires. Pope Francis didn’t weigh in during the battle in his native country but he did issue a statement earlier when the bill passed in the lower house. He issued a letter as the debate began earlier this year.
While Pope Francis hasn’t addressed the legislation directly, he did speak out strongly against abortion just days after the bill was approved by the lower house — comparing abortion to avoid birth defects to Nazi eugenics.
The pontiff also issued a letter in March, as the abortion debate began, urging Argentines to “make a contribution in defense of life and justice.”
The movement for legalized abortion is called the green wave and it is spreading across South America. Supporters wear a green bandana as a symbol of the movement and they are now being spotted in Brazil where the legislation is being considered. Last year Chile voted to ease the country’s strict ban.
Supporters of the bill rallied across the region Wednesday, in Chile, Uruguay, Mexico and Peru, as well as across the Atlantic, in Spain.
The vote in Argentina was important because of the scope of those affected. Argentina’s population is the fourth largest in South America and would have become the largest country to allow legalized abortion. With the green wave moved on to Brazil now, legalized abortion has the potential to be allowed in the continent’s most populated country. In the case of Brazil, the proposed legislation would allow abortion up to twelve weeks.
Despite not passing in the Senate, the bill is significant: Argentina is the fourth most populous country in the region and would have become the biggest country to permit abortions. Brazil, the region’s most populous country, is also in the midst of exploring permitting abortion—the Supreme Court held a hearing earlier this week to decide whether to decriminalize it up to 12 weeks.
This would amount to a potential of 126 million women granted the right to legally end a pregnancy in a hospital. Abortion supporters in Chile, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Spain all hoped the vote in Argentina would help their path to legalization.
Currently, only three of the 33 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean allow elective abortions: Cuba, Uruguay, and Guyana. Abortions are also permitted in Mexico City. Meanwhile, six countries—Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Suriname—ban abortion entirely.

As an American woman, I’m struck by the short window being proposed by these bills. Fourteen weeks in Argentina and twelve weeks in Brazil seem quite restrictive compared to U.S. law. Also, these abortions in South America are intended to be performed in hospitals. Argentina is seen as a leader in the region.

Amnesty International’s Argentina director Mariela Belski explained that “Argentina is a country that has shaped the agenda for the region in terms of human rights,” referring to Argentina leading the way in legalizing same-sex marriage. And according to an Amnesty survey, 60% of Argentinians are in favor of abortion. The fight might not be over yet.

The legal battle moves on to Brazil now. Let’s hope for a similar outcome.

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VIERNES 10 DE AGOSTO

‘El jardín’

El Espacio MiniTEA, un lugar que TEA destina para que los niños y las niñas acompañados de sus familias puedan desarrollar su creatividad en su tiempo de ocio a través de diferentes herramientas de creación plástica, acoge, hasta el 23 de septiembre, una nueva exposición y ofrece nuevas actividades vinculadas a ésta. En esta ocasión, la MiniExpo se titula El jardín y en ella se exhiben cuatro esculturas del artista tinerfeño Juan Carlos Batista, un políptico de la artista Juana Fortuny y una pintura del artista haitiano Hector Hyppolite. A través las diferentes acciones vinculadas a esta muestra, quienes se acerquen a este espacio trabajarán según este concepto. Jardín es un término que se refiere a un terreno donde se cultivan plantas y flores con fines decorativos, a un espacio natural pero construido por el hombre, a un trozo de naturaleza domesticada para poder ser puesta al servicio del disfrute de las personas.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Espacio P 1981-1997’

TEA ha inaugurado la muestra Espacio P 1981-1997, en la que se exhiben las distintas manifestaciones artísticas que surgieron en este espacio independiente fundado por el artista tinerfeño Pedro Garhel (Puerto de la Cruz, 1952-La Guancha, 2005). Esta exposición, coproducida por TEA junto al Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo de Madrid (CA2M) y a la LABoral de Gijón, vuelve a valorar la obra y la figura de Pedro Garhel, un artista polifacético y multidisciplinar que fue pionero en el campo del arte electrónico e interactivo. Comisariada por Karin Ohlenschläger, Espacio P 1981-1997 cuenta con el patrocinio de Japan Tobacco International (JTI). Hasta el 30 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada libre

Garabatos-K: ‘Dracuries’

En esta obra de títeres, un grupo de estudiantes proveniente de Tenerife está varado en Isla de Lobos, debido a una fuerte tormenta. Aburridos y cansados de esperar, Jonay y Yaiza logran escabullirse del grupo y hacer una exploración por su cuenta. Es así como llegan al Faro Martiño y descubren que está habitado por el conde Dracuries y la condesa Cariegen, quienes desean expandir su negocio de golosinas por toda Canarias. Al sorprender a los niños, los condes se esmeran en hacerles comer todas las golosinas para comprobar el poder de estas, con las que pretenden llenar de caries a todos los niños hasta dejarlos sin dientes. Pero con lo que no cuentan es que, a la llamada de nuestros amiguitos, el ratón Pérez acude inmediatamente provisto de flúor, cepillos y crema dental, para enseñarnos a todos un correcto cepillado y mejorar el talante y el aliento de los condes. Esta obra promueve buenos hábitos de higiene bucodental mientras divierte y entretiene con una historia infantil inspirada en la novela romántica Drácula y otros cuentos populares. Escrita y dirigida por Elisa González.

Lugar: Parque Bulevar

Horario: 19.00

Precio: entrada libre

Cine: ‘El repostero de Berlín’

TEA proyecta esta película alemana (The Cakemaker, 2017) de Ofir Raul Graizer. El filme, Premio Especial del Jurado en el Festival de Karlovy Vary, se podrá ver en versión original en inglés, alemán y hebrero con subtítulos en español. Zohar Shtrauss, Sarah Adler, Tim Kalkhof, y Roy Miller encabezan el reparto de este trabajo. Película no recomendada a menores de 7 años. Thomas, un talentoso pastelero de Berlín, mantiene un romance con Oren, un joven israelí que visita con frecuencia la ciudad por negocios. Cuando Oren muere en un accidente de tráfico en Israel, Thomas viaja a Jerusalén en busca de respuestas. Bajo una identidad falsa, se cuela en la vida de Anat, la viuda de su amante, que regenta una pequeña cafetería kosher en el centro de la ciudad. Thomas empieza a trabajar para ella haciendo tartas y otros dulces que devuelven la vida al aburrido local, pero pronto se verá involucrado en la vida de Anat de una manera muy distinta a la prevista, por lo que, para proteger la verdad, tendrá que alargar la mentira hasta un punto de no retorno

Lugar: TEA

Horario: 19.00 y 21.30

Precio: general, cuatro euros; Amigos de TEA, tres

Taller de shodō. MusaJapón. Festival de Cultura Japonesa

El shodō (書道 “el camino de la escritura”) es la caligrafía japonesa. Se considera un arte y una disciplina muy difícil de perfeccionar y se enseña como una materia más a los niños japoneses durante su educación primaria. Proviene de la caligrafía, y se practica a la usanza milenaria, con un pincel, un tintero donde se prepara la tinta china, pisapapeles y un pliego de papel de arroz. El shodō practica la escritura de caracteres japoneses hiragana y katakana, así como caracteres kanji derivados de la escritura china. Actualmente, existen calígrafos maestros en este arte que son contratados para la redacción de documentos importantes. Además de requerir una gran precisión y gracia por parte del calígrafo, cada carácter kanji debe ser escrito según un orden de trazo específico, lo que aumenta la disciplina requerida a quienes practican este arte. A partir de 12 años. Impartido por Fumiko Nagumo y Kenta Masuda.

Lugar: Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre

Horario: 19.00

Precio: plazas agotadas

Fiestas patronales en el barrio de La Alegría

Festejos en honor a San Roque, que en su agenda de actos tiene como ejes principales la celebración de la gala de elección de la reina infantil y adulta.

Lugar: recinto festero del barrio de La Alegría

Horario: 20.00

Precio: entrada libre

Concierto: ‘Umbrae’

Se trata de un proyecto audiovisual creado por Ale Delgado y Javi Cánovas. Basado en formas y estructuras antiguas y actuales e inspirados por la ya tan clásica linterna mágica, se sitúan en un contexto de electrónica progresiva, conjuntando imágenes creadas por Ale que intervienen en la creación sonora, de tal manera que lo visual genera lo auditivo tanto como lo auditivo lo visual. Ale se situará en este contexto tanto en la parte visual como en la auditiva improvisando y participando en la creación sonora. Javi se encargará de las cuerdas para la parte de audio. Loops, secuencias, armonías, texturas, melodías... en un todo que junto con las imágenes irán destinadas a generar en el oyente estados de introspección mental.

Lugar: Equipo PARA

Horario: 22.00

Precio: cinco euros; socios, gratis

AC/TB: concierto tributo AC/DC

AC/TB es un tributo a la banda más legendaria a escala mundial, AC/DC. AC/TB se creó con la idea de recrear el auténtico, mítico e inconfundible sonido de AC/DC a la perfección, contando además con cinco integrantes que transmiten esa fuerza y ese poder que solo AC/DC puede hacerlo. Cuenta con un repertorio lleno de puros clásicos.

Lugar: Lone Star Tenerife

Horario: 23.00

Precio: seis euros

Música: Disco Sunshine Band

Grupo de música disco de todos los tiempos. Derivada de la palabra “discoteca”, el género de música conocido como “disco” es un baile con grandes influencias del funk, salsa y soul. Bailar en la discoteca se originó en los clubes donde un músico o disc-jockey reproducía música grabada para la gente que bailaba en la pista. Los lugares se adornaban con luces de colores, que parpadeaban y brillaban durante toda la noche. Estas discotecas atraían a mucha gente para disfrutar del ritmo particular de la música disco, cuyos ritmos eran bajos, fuertes y repetitivos.

Lugar: Cine + Copas

Horario: 23.30

Precio: entrada libre hasta completar aforo

SÁBADO 11 DE AGOSTO

Fiestas patronales en Taganana

Festejos en honor a la virgen Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, que tiene en su agenda la celebración del campeonato de fútbol sala en memoria de Pedrito y Jonay y la actuación de un grupo pop. Finalizará la jornada con la verbena popular.

Lugar: plaza de la iglesia de las Nieves, en el pueblo de Taganana

Horario: desde las 8.00

Precio: Entrada gratuita.

‘El jardín’

El Espacio MiniTEA, un lugar que TEA destina para que los niños y las niñas acompañados de sus familias puedan desarrollar su creatividad en su tiempo de ocio a través de diferentes herramientas de creación plástica, acoge, hasta el 23 de septiembre, una nueva exposición y ofrece nuevas actividades vinculadas a ésta. En esta ocasión, la MiniExpo se titula El jardín y en ella se exhiben cuatro esculturas del artista tinerfeño Juan Carlos Batista, un políptico de la artista Juana Fortuny y una pintura del artista haitiano Hector Hyppolite. A través las diferentes acciones vinculadas a esta muestra, quienes se acerquen a este espacio trabajarán según este concepto. Jardín es un término que se refiere a un terreno donde se cultivan plantas y flores con fines decorativos, a un espacio natural pero construido por el hombre, a un trozo de naturaleza domesticada para poder ser puesta al servicio del disfrute de las personas.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Espacio P 1981-1997’

TEA ha inaugurado la muestra Espacio P 1981-1997, en la que se exhiben las distintas manifestaciones artísticas que surgieron en este espacio independiente fundado por el artista tinerfeño Pedro Garhel (Puerto de la Cruz, 1952-La Guancha, 2005). Esta exposición, coproducida por TEA junto al Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo de Madrid (CA2M) y a la LABoral de Gijón, vuelve a valorar la obra y la figura de Pedro Garhel, un artista polifacético y multidisciplinar que fue pionero en el campo del arte electrónico e interactivo. Comisariada por Karin Ohlenschläger, Espacio P 1981-1997 cuenta con el patrocinio de Japan Tobacco International (JTI). Hasta el 30 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada libre

‘Distrito Joven’: dj Intermedio, con Yeremi Urbano

Dentro de las actividades previstas para el verano por Distrito Joven, tiene lugar el taller de dj en formato digital con equipo Pioneer DJ y Yeremi Urbano. Conocimiento del equipo y conexiones, mezcla y ecualización, sincronización de armónicos y tiempos, consola de tiempos y filtros, estructuras de sesión y selección musical.

Lugar: Asociación de Vecinos Ibaute, en San Andrés

Horario: 10.00-14.00

Precio: gratuito previa inscripción

Actividades infantiles en La Recova

Ha llegado el verano con las vacaciones escolares de los menores de la casa y La Recova ha preparado un calendario de actividades infantiles para que puedan pasarlo bien mientras sus padres y madres hacen sus compras. Taller de Robótica y Territorio Gamer. Playstation para padres y madres e hijos/as.

Lugar: La Recova

Horario: desde las 11.00

Precio: entrada libre

‘Enchúmbate con tu distrito’

El programa ofrece actividades lúdicas y de ocio para la población juvenil e infantil. Se trata de la segunda ocasión de esta iniciativa, esta vez en el campo de fútbol de Tíncer. Con el objetivo de que sean actividades inclusivas, se contará con una silla anfibia, elementos y monitores destinados a personas con discapacidad.

Lugar: campo de fútbol de Tíncer

Horario: 11.00-14.00

Precio: entrada libre

Garabatos-K: ‘Dracuries’

En esta obra de títeres un grupo de estudiantes proveniente de Tenerife está varado en Isla de Lobos, debido a una fuerte tormenta. Aburridos y cansados de esperar, Jonay y Yaiza logran escabullirse del grupo y hacer una exploración por su cuenta. Es así como llegan al Faro Martiño y descubren que está habitado por el conde Dracuries y la condesa Cariegen, quienes desean expandir su negocio de golosinas por toda Canarias. Al sorprender a los niños, los condes se esmeran en hacerles comer todas las golosinas para comprobar el poder de estas, con las que pretenden llenar de caries a todos los niños hasta dejarlos sin dientes. Pero con lo que no cuentan es que, a la llamada de nuestros amiguitos, el ratón Pérez acude inmediatamente provisto de flúor, cepillos y crema dental, para enseñarnos a todos un correcto cepillado y mejorar el talante y el aliento de los condes. Esta obra promueve buenos hábitos de higiene bucodental mientras divierte y entretiene con una historia infantil inspirada en la novela romántica Drácula y otros cuentos populares. Escrita y dirigida por Elisa González.

Lugar: Parque Bulevar

Horario: 19.00

Precio: entrada libre

Cine: ‘El repostero de Berlín’

TEA proyecta esta película alemana (The Cakemaker, 2017) de Ofir Raul Graizer. El filme, Premio Especial del Jurado en el Festival de Karlovy Vary, se podrá ver en versión original en inglés, alemán y hebrero con subtítulos en español. Zohar Shtrauss, Sarah Adler, Tim Kalkhof, y Roy Miller encabezan el reparto de este trabajo. Película no recomendada a menores de 7 años. Thomas, un talentoso pastelero de Berlín, mantiene un romance con Oren, un joven israelí que visita con frecuencia la ciudad por negocios. Cuando Oren muere en un accidente de tráfico en Israel, Thomas viaja a Jerusalén en busca de respuestas. Bajo una identidad falsa, se cuela en la vida de Anat, la viuda de su amante, que regenta una pequeña cafetería kosher en el centro de la ciudad. Thomas empieza a trabajar para ella haciendo tartas y otros dulces que devuelven la vida al aburrido local, pero pronto se verá involucrado en la vida de Anat de una manera muy distinta a la prevista, por lo que, para proteger la verdad, tendrá que alargar la mentira hasta un punto de no retorno.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: 19.00 y 21.30

Precio: general, cuatro euros; Amigos de TEA, tres

‘Meridiano Summer Live’

En Meridiano se pretende celebrar con quienes se acerquen que ya es verano, por lo que se dispone de un evento al que va a ser muy difícil resistirse: Meridiano Summer Live. Para crearlo se han inspirado en los festivales que durante todo el verano se celebran en España, precisamente para que se pueda vivir la experiencia sin moverse de Tenerife de toda la diversión y la música. En este día, con la actuación de Coverama.

Lugar: Meridiano

Horario: desde las 20.00

Precio: acceso gratuito

Monólogo: Omayra Cazorla

Natural, espontánea, divertida y sin pelos en la lengua. La conocida cómica por sus vídeos virales en Facebook ha estado recientemente en la palestra por haber puesto las pilas a Amancio Ortega (dueño de Zara), por el tallaje de su catálogo (“quiero ponerme un pantalón de tus tiendas y no puedo porque tengo el culo gordo”) o por el videoclip P’a gorda yo, donde parodia, junto a Raquel Pérez, la canción de Aitana War, pero esta actriz tiene mucho más que ofrecer y ahora está la oportunidad de escucharla en vivo y en directo.

Lugar: Regia Comedy

Horario: 21.00

Precio: 10 euros. Reservas en 922 888 739 o con wasap en 661 645 396

Fiestas patronales en el barrio de Santa Clara

Festejos en honor a Santa Clara, que tendrá la procesión por las calles Aguamarina, José María Perera, Paseo Berquer, Santa Mónica, América, Los Rosales, Zafiro, José Méndez y Nodo, y posterior exhibición pirotécnica que se lanzarán desde el polideportivo municipal de Santa Clara.

Lugar: barrio de Santa Clara

Horario: desde las 21.00

Precio: entrada libre

Fiestas patronales en el barrio de La Alegría

Festejos en honor a San Roque, que en su agenda de actos tiene como destacado el Festival Miss Flamenca (humor para todos).

Lugar: recinto festero del barrio de La Alegría

Horario: 21.30

Precio: entrada libre

DOMINGO 12 DE AGOSTO

‘El jardín’

El Espacio MiniTEA, un lugar que TEA destina para que los niños y las niñas acompañados de sus familias puedan desarrollar su creatividad en su tiempo de ocio a través de diferentes herramientas de creación plástica, acoge, hasta el 23 de septiembre, una nueva exposición y ofrece nuevas actividades vinculadas a ésta. En esta ocasión, la MiniExpo se titula El jardín y en ella se exhiben cuatro esculturas del artista tinerfeño Juan Carlos Batista, un políptico de la artista Juana Fortuny y una pintura del artista haitiano Hector Hyppolite. A través las diferentes acciones vinculadas a esta muestra, quienes se acerquen a este espacio trabajarán según este concepto. Jardín es un término que se refiere a un terreno donde se cultivan plantas y flores con fines decorativos, a un espacio natural pero construido por el hombre, a un trozo de naturaleza domesticada para poder ser puesta al servicio del disfrute de las personas.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Espacio P 1981-1997’

TEA ha inaugurado la muestra Espacio P 1981-1997, en la que se exhiben las distintas manifestaciones artísticas que surgieron en este espacio independiente fundado por el artista tinerfeño Pedro Garhel (Puerto de la Cruz, 1952-La Guancha, 2005). Esta exposición, coproducida por TEA junto al Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo de Madrid (CA2M) y a la LABoral de Gijón, vuelve a valorar la obra y la figura de Pedro Garhel, un artista polifacético y multidisciplinar que fue pionero en el campo del arte electrónico e interactivo. Comisariada por Karin Ohlenschläger, Espacio P 1981-1997 cuenta con el patrocinio de Japan Tobacco International (JTI). Hasta el 30 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada libre

Fiestas patronales en el barrio de La Alegría

Festejos en honor a San Roque, que en su agenda de actos tiene como destacados el día del niño, con castillos hinchables y posterior paellada popular.

Lugar: recinto festero del barrio de La Alegría

Horario: desde las 12.00

Precio: entrada libre

Cine: ‘El repostero de Berlín’

TEA proyecta esta película alemana (The Cakemaker, 2017) de Ofir Raul Graizer. El filme, Premio Especial del Jurado en el Festival de Karlovy Vary, se podrá ver en versión original en inglés, alemán y hebrero con subtítulos en español. Zohar Shtrauss, Sarah Adler, Tim Kalkhof, y Roy Miller encabezan el reparto de este trabajo. Película no recomendada a menores de 7 años. Thomas, un talentoso pastelero de Berlín, mantiene un romance con Oren, un joven israelí que visita con frecuencia la ciudad por negocios. Cuando Oren muere en un accidente de tráfico en Israel, Thomas viaja a Jerusalén en busca de respuestas. Bajo una identidad falsa, se cuela en la vida de Anat, la viuda de su amante, que regenta una pequeña cafetería kosher en el centro de la ciudad. Thomas empieza a trabajar para ella haciendo tartas y otros dulces que devuelven la vida al aburrido local, pero pronto se verá involucrado en la vida de Anat de una manera muy distinta a la prevista, por lo que, para proteger la verdad, tendrá que alargar la mentira hasta un punto de no retorno.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: 19.00 y 21.30

Precio: general, cuatro euros; Amigos de TEA, tres

CITAS TEMPORALES

Visitas al Palmetum

El jardín botánico de Santa Cruz, el Palmetum, abre de lunes a domingo. Los visitantes podrán efectuar el recorrido por las 12 hectáreas que tiene de extensión, en lo que está considerado como la mayor colección botánica de palmeras de islas tropicales del mundo.

Horario: 10.00-18.00

Precio: adultos residentes canarios, 1,50 euros | Desempleados, discapacitados, mayores de 65 años, menores de 12 años y familias numerosas, un euro | Adulto no residente, seis euros | Niño no residente, 2,80 euros | Niños menores de 2 años, gratis.

Casa del Carnaval

La Casa del Carnaval cuenta con la última tecnología para amenizar la visita y ofrecer al público una verdadera inmersión en la fiesta chicharrera. De esta manera, existen diferentes espacios interactivos con varias pantallas táctiles donde se ofrece un tour virtual en 360 grados en el que se muestran los actos más importantes de la fiesta chicharrera, tales como concursos, entierro de la sardina o Carnaval de Día. Asimismo, el público podrá sumergirse en concursos, actuaciones de murgas y comparsas, ensayos de los grupos del Carnaval o incluso la propia fiesta en la calle, gracias a la aplicación tecnológica de realidad aumentada (VR) con gafas 3D que estará disponible para todos los usuarios. La Casa del Carnaval de Santa Cruz de Tenerife acoge también el Centro de Documentación e Investigación del Patrimonio del Carnaval de Santa Cruz, dirigido a expertos, periodistas, estudiantes e investigadores, que permitirá la catalogación de fondos documentales que permita la recepción, investigación y archivo de material documental y audiovisual.

Lugar: Casa del Carnaval (barranco de Santos, bajo el puente Galcerán)

Horario: todos los días de la semana de 9.00 a 19.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

Rutas históricas por la ciudad

La Sociedad de Desarrollo ofrece dos recorridos de una hora de duración en español e inglés: Ruta histórica y La ruta del parque García Sanabria. Las personas interesadas en realizar cualquiera de estas rutas deberán efectuar una reserva previa a través de correo electrónico: tenerife@cityexpert.es o en el teléfono 922 299 749.

Lugar: plaza de España

Horario: 12.00

Precio: dos euros, residentes, ONG y centros educativos | Cinco euros, no residentes en Tenerife | Gratuitas para clientes del Bus Turístico City Sightseeing

Recorridos en la guagua turística City View

El circuito turístico de Santa Cruz de Tenerife City View ofrece una atención personal y profesional recorriendo los lugares emblemáticos, de interés turístico y comercial de la ciudad. Combina el amplio itinerario por el corazón de la capital, con 15 paradas, entre las que se incluye la calle Fuentes Morales (frente al Museo Naturaleza y el Hombre y el TEA).

Cuándo: temporada de invierno (hasta el 31 de mayo)

Horario: salidas cada 20 minutos, desde las 9.30 hasta las 18.30

Lugar de salida: plaza de España

Precio: 22 euros recorrido turista adulto, 11 euros turista júnior (hasta 13 años) y niños gratis (0-5 años)

‘La casa contenida’

Muestra de la artista grancanaria Esther Aldaz, un autorretrato con forma de instalación y performance para ahondar en la precariedad del concepto de casa y de su fragilidad e inestabilidad, Un retrato contemporáneo que se podrá visitar en el Espacio Cultural El Tanque hasta el 25 de agosto. El trabajo de Esther Aldaz (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1979) ha estado marcado por la búsqueda del lugar mediante la indagación en el uso de los distintos lenguajes: la escultura, la fotografía, el dibujo, la instalación, la pintura o la palabra como medios de posicionamiento y de aprehensión del mundo.

Lugar: Espacio Cultural El Tanque

Horario: martes-sábado, 12.00-20.00; domingos, 11.00-14.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Viaje con nosotros a mil y un lugar’

Exposición donde se muestran varias guías con sugerentes destinos alrededor del mundo, todas ellas de diversas editoriales, así como una selección de folletos, billetes de tren, entradas y algunos souvenires. La muestra ha sido organizada por el área municipal de Cultura del Ayuntamiento de Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Podrá ser visitada hasta el 31 de agosto.

Lugar: Biblioteca Municipal Central (TEA)

Horario: abierta las 24 horas, todos los días del año

Precio: entrada libre

‘Casi el azar: Óscar Domínguez, la decalcomanía y sus derivas’

TEA presenta la exposición Casi el azar: Óscar Domínguez, la decalcomanía y sus derivas, muestra comisariada por Isidro Hernández y que cuenta con el patrocinio de JTI. La técnica de la decalcomanía -según la explicación de André Breton y tal y como aparece en el Dictionnaire Abrégé du Surréalisme, que sirvió de catálogo para la Exposición Internacional de 1938 en la Galerie de Beaux-Arts de París- resulta sencilla, ingenua como el más dócil de los juegos, y al realizarse con materiales rudimentarios, se encuentra, en verdad, al alcance de cualquier persona que quiera distraerse experimentando con pinceles y colores.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-sábado, 10.00-14.00 y 17.00-21.00

Precio: entrada libre

‘El retrato burgués en el Museo’

Esta exposición indaga -a través de la Colección del Museo de Bellas Artes y sus distintos depósitos- en esa idea y en cómo se produce esa evolución. Desde un afectado retrato del XVIII de un caballero inglés -uno de los primeros fondos del Museo- hasta la representación de los niños de la familia Bello en 1946 en el salón familiar por Teodoro Ríos. La irrupción de la fotografía por supuesto no es algo menor; por un lado, supuso, si no la democratización, sí al menos la popularización del retrato hasta alcanzar el paroxismo en nuestros días. Como efecto colateral, la pintura se vuelve un objeto aún más raro y curiosamente más honesto, en cuanto a lo que verdaderamente se quiere representar. La exposición se cierra en la sala Pedro González con una muestra de los distintos artistas que han abordado el costumbrismo canario y sus escenas populares, precisamente porque como “colaboradores necesarios” esa masa popular era la que haría posible que percibamos la individualidad burguesa. Permanecerá abierta hasta el 30 de septiembre.

Lugar: Museo de Bellas Artes de Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Horario: martes-viernes, 10.00-20.00; sábados, domingos y festivos, 10.00-14.00. Lunes cerrado

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘La imposibilidad de la ascensión’

Exposición de Acaymo S. Cuesta integrada por sorprendentes piezas que invitan a la reflexión sobre la historia política de España. Las obras combinan técnicas multidisciplinares y hacen referencia a Franco, a la Constitución, a la democracia o al rey, estableciendo conexiones entre ellas a lo largo del recorrido con la finalidad, en última instancia, de despertar una actitud crítica o de reflexión en el espectador. Podrá visitarse hasta el 24 de agosto.

Lugar: Sala de Arte Contemporáneo (Casa de la Cultura)

Horario: martes-viernes, 11.00-14.00 y 17.00-20.00; sábados, 11.00-14.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Espacio P 1981-1997’

TEA inauguró este jueves la muestra Espacio P 1981-1997, en la que se exhiben las distintas manifestaciones artísticas que surgieron en este espacio independiente fundado por el artista tinerfeño Pedro Garhel (Puerto de la Cruz, 1952-La Guancha, 2005). Esta exposición, coproducida por TEA junto al Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo de Madrid (CA2M) y a la LABoral de Gijón, vuelve a valorar la obra y la figura de Pedro Garhel, un artista polifacético y multidisciplinar que fue pionero en el campo del arte electrónico e interactivo. Comisariada por Karin Ohlenschläger, Espacio P 1981-1997 cuenta con el patrocinio de Japan Tobacco International (JTI). Hasta el 30 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, de 10.00 a 20.00

Precio: entrada libre

‘Enigmas exactos: Carlos Chevilly y la naturaleza muerta moderna’

Coincidiendo con el centenario del nacimiento de Carlos Chevilly, se presenta en la programación la muestra Enigmas exactos: Carlos Chevilly y la naturaleza muerta moderna, que pretende poner en contexto la obra metafísica de uno de los maestros de pintores de Canarias del medio siglo. Carlos Chevilly es uno de los pintores que ha gozado de mayor prestigio entre los artistas que alcanzan su madurez en la España de mediados del siglo XX. Esta exposición no pretende ser una muestra antológica de la obra de Carlos Chevilly de los Ríos, Santa Cruz de Tenerife (1918-1978), sino que busca detenerse en un aspecto concreto de su trayectoria creativa. Podrá visitarse hasta el 9 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: siete euros

‘La tierra tiembla’

Segunda exposición de la octava temporada de Área 60 en TEA, un programa que tiene entre sus objetivos prioritarios el apoyo a jóvenes artistas y comisarios para dar visibilidad a sus propuestas y propiciar su inserción en el ámbito profesional. En esta ocasión, la muestra -que cuenta con la colaboración de Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)- está comisariada por Raquel G. Ibáñez (Madrid, 1989) y en ella se exhiben creaciones de Sofía Gallisá, Cristina Mejías y Marta van Tartwijk. Podrá visitarse hasta el 2 de septiembre.

Lugar: TEA

Horario: martes-domingo, 10.00-20.00

Precio: entrada gratuita

‘Vikingos: guerreros del norte, gigantes del mar’

Los vikingos, los pueblos nórdicos originarios de Escandinavia, fueron los grandes conocedores del mar durante la Edad Media. Con sus embarcaciones veleras, de casco corto y amplio, propiciaron la rápida expansión de su cultura, englobada por los pueblos noruegos, daneses, suecos e islandeses que, especialmente entre finales del siglo VIII y hasta principios del siglo XI, recorrieron no solamente los mares del norte sino también toda Europa, alcanzando Oriente hasta el actual Irak y llegando por Occidente a las costas del sur de la Península Ibérica. Esta exposición, precisamente, ofrece al público los aspectos más conocidos de los vikingos a partir de la investigación reciente: los barcos y los guerreros; el comercio, en contraste con la guerra; la vida cotidiana (la vivienda, la vestimenta, la artesanía) y el poder (el rey y la realeza), especialmente en el ámbito danés; así como el mundo de las creencias y la religión. Podrá ser visitada hasta el 11 de agosto.

Lugar: Espacio Cultural CajaCanarias

Horario: martes-sábado, 10.00-13.30 y 17.30-20.00; domingos, 10.00-13.30

Precio: cinco euros


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Francia cannibale, si mangia l'Africa: il colonialismo di Parigi sottrae ogni anno 500 miliardi di dollari a 14 paesi africani.
Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.
Sylvanus Olympio, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Togo, un piccolo paese in Africa occidentale, trovò una soluzione a metà strada con i francesi. Non voleva che il suo paese continuasse ad essere un dominio francese, perciò rifiutò di siglare il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione proposto da de Gaulle, tuttavia si accordò per pagare un debito annuale alla Francia per i cosiddetti benefici ottenuti dal Togo grazie alla colonizzazione francese. Era l’unica condizione affinché i francesi non distruggessero tutto prima di lasciare il paese. Tuttavia, l’ammontare chiesto dalla Francia era talmente elevato che il rimborso del cosiddetto “debito coloniale” si aggirava al 40% del debito del paese nel 1963. La situazione finanziaria del neo-indipendente Togo era veramente instabile; così, per risolvere la situazione, Olympio decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa (il Franco Cfa delle colonie africane francesi), e coniò la moneta del suo paese. Il 13 gennaio 1963, tre giorni dopo aver iniziato a stampare la moneta del suo paese, uno squadrone di soldati analfabeti appoggiati dalla Francia uccise il primo presidente eletto della neo- indipendente Africa.
Olympio fu ucciso da un ex sergente della Legione Straniera di nome Etienne Gnassingbe, che si suppone ricevette un compenso di 612 dollari dalla locale ambasciata francese per il lavoro di assassino. Il sogno di Olympio era quello di costruire un paese indipendente e autosufficiente. Tuttavia ai francesi non piaceva l’idea. Il 30 giugno 1962, Modiba Keita, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Mali, decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa imposta a 12 neo-indipendenti paesi africani. Per il presidente maliano, che era più incline ad un’economia socialista, era chiaro che il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione con la Francia era una trappola, un fardello per lo sviluppo del paese. Il 19 novembre 1968, proprio come Olympio, Keita fu vittima di un colpo di stato guidato da un altro ex soldato della Legione Straniera francese, il luogotenente Moussa Traoré. Infatti durante quel turbolento periodo in cui gli africani lottavano per liberarsi dalla colonizzazione europea, la Francia usò ripetutamente molti ex legionari stranieri per guidare colpi di stato contro i presidente eletti.
Il 1° gennaio 1966, Jean-Bédel Bokassa, un ex soldato francese della Legione Straniera, guidò un colpo di stato contro David Dacko, il primo presidente della Repubblica Centrafricana. Il 3 gennaio 1966, Maurice Yaméogo, il primo presidente della Repubblica dell’Alto Volta, oggi Burkina Faso, fu vittima di un colpo di stato condotto da Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana, un ex legionario francese che combatté con i francesi in Indonesia e Algeria contro le indipendenze di quei paesi. Il 26 ottobre 1972, Mathieu Kérékou (che era una guardia del corpo del presidente Hubert Maga, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Benin) guidò un colpo di Stato contro il presidente, dopo aver frequentato le scuole militari francesi dal 1968 al 1970. Negli ultimi 50 anni, un totale di 67 colpi di Stato si sono susseguiti in 26 paesi africani; 16 di quest’ultimi sono ex colonie francesi, il che significa che il 61% dei colpi di Stato si sono verificati nell’Africa francofona.
Cinque i golpe subiti dal Burkina Faso e dalle Comore, quattro i colpi di Stato attuati in Burundi, Repubblica Centrafricana, Niger e Mauritania. Sempre tra le ex colonie francesi, hanno vissuto almeno tre colpi di Stato il Congo e il Ciad – due, invece, l’Algeria e il Mali, la Guinea Konakry e la Repubblica Democratica del Congo. Almeno un violento “regime change” ha poi investito Togo, Tunisia, Costa d’Avorio, Magagascar e Rwanda. Altri paesi africani sottoposti a colpi di Stato sono Egitto, Libia e Guinea Equatoriale (un golpe ciascuno), Guinea Bissau e Liberia (due golpe), Nigeria ed Etiopia (tre colpi di Stato), Uganda (quattro) e Sudan (cinque). In totale 45 golpe nell’Africa ex francese, più 22 in altri paesi africani. Come dimostrano questi numeri, la Francia è abbastanza disperata ma attiva nel tenere sotto controllo le sue colonie, a qualsiasi prezzo, a qualsiasi condizione. Nel marzo del 2008, l’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac disse: «Senza l’Africa, la Francia scivolerebbe a livello di una potenza del terzo mondo». Il predecessore di Chirac, François Mitterand, già nel 1957 profetizzava che «senza l’Africa, la Francia non avrà storia nel 21° secolo».
Proprio in questo momento, 14 paesi africani sono costretti dalla Francia, attraverso un patto coloniale, a depositare l’85% delle loro riserve di valute estere nella Banca Centrale Francese controllata dal ministero delle finanze di Parigi. Finora, il Togo e altri 13 paesi africani dovranno pagare un debito coloniale alla Francia. I leader africani che rifiutano vengono uccisi o restano vittime di colpi di Stato. Coloro che obbediscono sono sostenuti e ricompensati dalla Francia con stili di vita faraonici, mentre le loro popolazioni vivono in estrema povertà e disperazione. E’ un sistema malvagio, denunciato dall’Unione Europea; ma la Francia non è pronta a spostarsi da quel sistema coloniale che muove 500 miliardi di dollari dall’Africa al suo ministero del Tesoro ogni anno. Spesso accusiamo i leader africani di corruzione e di servire gli interessi delle nazioni occidentali, ma c’è una chiara spiegazione per questo comportamento. Si comportano così perché hanno paura di essere uccisi o di restare vittime di un colpo di Stato. Vogliono una nazione potente che li difenda in caso di aggressione o di tumulti. Ma, contrariamente alla protezione di una nazione amica, la protezione dell’Occidente spesso viene offerta in cambio della rinuncia, da parte di quei leader, di servire il loro stesso popolo e i suoi interessi.
I leader africani lavorerebbero nell’interesse dei loro popoli se non fossero continuamente inseguiti e provocati dai paesi colonialisti. Nel 1958, spaventato dalle conseguenze di scegliere l’indipendenza dalla Francia, Leopold Sédar Senghor dichiarò: «La scelta del popolo senegalese è l’indipendenza; vogliono che ciò accada in amicizia con la Francia, non in disaccordo». Da quel momento in poi la Francia accettò soltanto un’ “indipendenza sulla carta” per le sue colonie, siglando “Accordi di Cooperazione”, specificando la natura delle loro relazioni con la Francia, in particolare i legami con la moneta coloniale francese (il franco), il sistema educativo francese, le preferenze militari e commerciali. Qui sotto ci sono le 11 principali componenti del patto di continuazione della colonizzazione dagli anni ‘50.
#1. Debito coloniale a vantaggio della colonizzazione francese. I neo “indipendenti” paesi dovrebbero pagare per l’infrastruttura costruita dalla Francia nel paese durante la colonizzazione. #2. Confisca automatica delle riserve nazionali. I paesi africani devono depositare le loro riserve monetarie nazionali nella banca centrale francese. La Francia detiene le riserve nazionali di 14 paesi africani dal 1961: Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Costa d’Avorio, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Camerun, Repubblica Centrafricana, Ciad, Congo-Brazzaville, Guinea Equatoriale e Gabon. La politica monetaria che governa un gruppo di paesi così diversi non è complicato perché, di fatto, è decisa dal ministero del Tesoro francese senza rendere conto a nessuna autorità fiscale di qualsiasi paese che sia della Cedeao (la Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Occidentale) o del Cemac (Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Centrale). In base alle clausole dell’accordo che ha fondato queste banche e il Cfa, la banca centrale di ogni paese africano è obbligata a detenere almeno il 65% delle proprie riserve valutarie estere in un “operations account” registrato presso il ministero del Tesoro francese, più un altro 20% per coprire le passività finanziarie.
Le banche centrali del Cfa impongono anche un tappo sul credito esteso ad ogni paese membro equivalente al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Anche se la Beac e la Bceao hanno un fido bancario col Tesoro francese, i prelievi da quel fido sono soggetti al consenso dello stesso ministero del Tesoro. L’ultima parola spetta al Tesoro francese, che ha investito le riserve estere degli Stati africani alla Borsa di Parigi a proprio nome. In breve, più dell’ 80% delle riserve valutarie straniere di questi paesi africani sono depositate in “operations accounts” controllati dal Tesoro francese. Le due banche Cfa sono africane di nome, ma non hanno una politica monetaria propria. Gli stessi paesi non sanno, né viene detto loro, quanto del bacino delle riserve valutarie estere detenute presso il ministero del Tesoro a Parigi appartiene a loro come gruppo o individualmente. Gli introiti degli investimenti di questi fondi presso il Tesoro francese dovrebbero essere aggiunti al conteggio, ma non c’è nessuna notizia che venga fornita al riguardo né alle banche né ai paesi circa i dettagli di questi scambi. Al ristretto gruppo di alti ufficiali del ministero del Tesoro francese che conoscono le cifre detenute negli “operations accounts”, sanno dove vengono investiti questi fondi e se esiste un profitto a partire da quegli investimenti, viene impedito di parlare per comunicare queste informazioni alle banche Cfa o alle banche centrali degli stati africani, scrive il dottor Gary K. Busch (economista, docente universitario a Londra).
Si stima che la Francia detenga all’incirca 500 miliardi di monete provenienti dagli Stati africani, e farebbe qualsiasi cosa per combattere chiunque voglia fare luce su questo lato oscuro del vecchio impero. Gli stati africani non hanno accesso a quel denaro. La Francia permette loro di accedere soltanto al 15% di quel denaro all’anno. Se avessero bisogno di più, dovrebbero chiedere in prestito una cifra extra dal loro stesso 65% da Tesoro francese a tariffe commerciali. Per rendere le cose ancora peggiori, la Francia impone un cappio sull’ammontare di denaro che i paesi possono chiedere in prestito da quella riserva. Il cappio è fissato al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Se i paesi volessero prestare più del 20% dei loro stessi soldi, la Francia ha diritto di veto. L’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac ha detto recentemente qualcosa circa i soldi delle nazioni africane detenuti nelle banche francesi. In un VIDEO parla dello schema di sfruttamento francese. Parla in francese, ma questo è un piccolo sunto: «Dobbiamo essere onesti e riconoscere che una gran parte dei soldi nelle nostre banche provengono dallo sfruttamento del continente africano».
#3. Diritto di primo rifiuto su qualsiasi materia prima o risorsa naturale scoperta nel paese. La Francia ha il primo diritto di comprare qualsiasi risorsa naturale trovate nella terra delle sue ex colonie. Solo dopo un “Non sono interessata” della Francia, i paesi africani hanno il permesso di cercare altri partners. #4. Priorità agli interessi francesi e alle società negli appalti pubblici. Nei contratti governativi, le società francesi devono essere prese in considerazione per prime e, solo dopo, questi paesi possono guardare altrove. Non importa se i paesi africani possono ottenere un miglior servizio ad un prezzo migliore altrove. Di conseguenza, in molte delle ex colonie francesi, tutti i maggiori asset economici dei paesi sono nelle mani degli espatriati francesi. In Costa d’Avorio, per esempio, le società francesi possiedono e controllano le più importanti utilities – acqua, elettricità, telefoni, trasporti, porti e le più importanti banche. Lo stesso nel commercio, nelle costruzioni e in agricoltura. Infine, come ho scritto in un precedente articolo, “gli africani ora vivono in un continente di proprietà degli europei”.
#5. Diritto esclusivo a fornire equipaggiamento militare e formazione ai quadri militari del paese. Attraverso un sofisticato schema di borse di studio e “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, gli africani devono inviare i loro quadri militari per la formazione in Francia o in strutture gestite dai francesi. La situazione nel continente adesso è che la Francia ha formato centinaia, anche migliaia di traditori e li foraggia. Restano dormienti quando non c’è bisogno di loro, e vengono riattivati quando è necessario un colpo di Stato o per qualsiasi altro scopo! #6. Diritto della Francia di inviare le proprie truppe e intervenire militarmente nel paese per difendere i propri interessi. In base a qualcosa chiamato “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, la Francia ha il diritto di intervenire militarmente negli Stati africani e anche di stazionare truppe permanentemente nelle basi e nei presidi militari in quei paesi, gestiti interamente dai francesi.
Poi ci sono le basi militari francesi in Africa. Quando il presidente Laurent Gbagbo della Costa d’Avorio cercò di porre fine allo sfruttamento francese del paese, la Francia organizzò un colpo di Stato. Durante il lungo processo per estromettere Gbagbo, i carri armati francesi, gli elicotteri d’attacco e le forze speciali intervennero direttamente nel conflitto sparando sui civili e uccidendone molti. Per aggiungere gli insulti alle ingiurie, la Francia stima che la “business community” francese abbia perso diversi milioni di dollari quando, nella fretta di abbandonare Abidjan nel 2006, l’esercito francese massacrò 65 civili disarmati, ferendone altri 1.200. Dopo il successo della Francia con il colpo di Stato, e il trasferimento di poteri ad Alassane Outtara, la Francia ha chiesto al governo Ouattara di pagare un compenso alla “business community” francese per le perdite durante la guerra civile. Il governo Ouattara, infatti, pagò il doppio delle perdite dichiarate mentre scappavano.
#7. Obbligo di dichiarare il francese lingua ufficiale del paese e lingua del sistema educativo. “Oui, Monsieur. Vous devez parlez français, la langue de Molière!” (sì, signore. Dovete parlare francese, la lingua di Molière!). Un’organizzazione per la diffusione della lingua e della cultura francese chiamata “Francophonie” è stata creata con diverse organizzazioni satellite e affiliati supervisionati dal ministero degli esteri francese. Come dimostrato in quest’articolo, se il francese è l’unica lingua che parli, hai accesso al solo 4% dell’umanità, del sapere e delle idee. Molto limitante.
#8. Obbligo di usare la moneta coloniale francese Fcfa. Questa è la vera mucca d’oro della Francia, tuttavia è un sistema talmente malefico che finanche l’Unione Europea lo ha denunciato. La Francia però non è pronta a lasciar perdere il sistema coloniale che inietta all’incirca 500 miliardi di dollari africani nelle sue casse. Durante l’introduzione dell’euro in Europa, altri paesi europei scoprirono il sistema di sfruttamento francese. Molti, soprattutto i paesi nordici, furono disgustati e suggerirono che la Francia abbandonasse quel sistema. Senza successo. #9. Obbligo di inviare in Francia il budget annuale e il report sulle riserve. Senza report, niente soldi. In ogni caso il ministero delle banche centrali delle ex colonie, e il ministero dell’incontro biennale dei ministri delle finanze delle ex colonie è controllato dalla banca centrale francese e dal ministero del Tesoro.
#10. Rinuncia a siglare alleanze militari con qualsiasi paese se non autorizzati dalla Francia. I paesi africani in genere sono quelli che hanno il minor numero di alleanze militari regionali. La maggior parte dei paesi ha solo alleanze militari con gli ex colonizzatori (divertente, ma si può fare di meglio!). Nel caso delle ex colonie francesi, la Francia proibisce loro di cercare altre alleanze militari eccetto quelle che vengono offerte loro. #11. Obbligo di allearsi con la Francia in caso di guerre o crisi globali. Più di un milione di soldati africani hanno combattuto per sconfiggere il nazismo e il fascismo durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Il loro contributo è spesso ignorato o minimizzato, ma se si pensa che alla Germania furono sufficienti solo 6 settimane per sconfiggere la Francia nel 1940, quest’ultima sa che gli africani potrebbero essere utili per combattere per la “Grandeur de la France” in futuro.
C’è qualcosa di psicopatico nel rapporto che la Francia ha con l’Africa. Primo, la Francia è molto dedita al saccheggio e allo sfruttamento dell’Africa sin dai tempi della schiavitù. Poi c’è questa mancanza di creatività e di immaginazione dell’élite francese a pensare oltre i confini del passato e della tradizione. Infine, la Francia ha due istituzioni che sono completamente congelate nel passato, abitate da “haut fonctionnaires” paranoici e psicopatici che diffondono la paura dell’apocalisse se la Francia cambiasse, e il cui riferimento ideologico deriva dal romanticismo del 19° secolo: sono il ministero delle finanze e del bilancio e il ministero degli affari esteri. Queste due istituzioni non solo sono una minaccia per l’Africa ma anche per gli stessi francesi. Tocca a noi africani liberarci, senza chiedere permesso, perché ancora non riesco a capire, per esempio, come possano 450 soldati francesi in Costa d’Avorio controllare una popolazione di 20 milioni di persone. La prima reazione della gente, subito dopo aver saputo della tassa coloniale francese, consiste in una domanda: “Fino a quando?”. Per paragone storico, la Francia ha costretto Haiti a pagare l’equivalente odierno di 21 miliardi di dollari dal 1804 al 1947 (quasi un secolo e mezzo) per le perdite subite dai commercianti di schiavi francesi dall’abolizione della schiavitù e la liberazione degli schiavi haitiani. I paesi africani stanno pagando la tassa coloniale solo negli ultimi 50 anni, perciò penso che manchi ancora un secolo di pagamenti!
(Mawuna Remarque Koutonin, “Quattordici paesi africani costretti a pagare la tassa coloniale francese”, da “Africa News” dell’8 febbraio 2014).

Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.


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Seven-time Grammy winner and Pollstar’s three-time top female country touring artist, Carrie Underwood, will launch a new arena tour, The Cry Pretty Tour 360, playing at Bridgestone Arena on Friday, September 27, 2019 and be promoted by AEG Presents.  She will be joined on tour by special guests Maddie & Tae and Runaway June.  Underwood made the announcement this morning in a personal video to her fans: https://twitter.com/carrieunderwood/status/1027164273288601602

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, August 17th at 10am local time. For more information including the Cry Pretty album/ticket bundle, go to http://www.carrieunderwoodofficial.com. Also beginning Monday, August 13th, a limited number of exclusive VIP Packages will be available which include an amazing selection of tickets, Meet & Greets, autographed memorabilia, custom merchandise and much more.

Citi® is the official presale credit card for Carrie Underwood’s “The Cry Pretty Tour 360” for 2019. As such, Citi® cardmembers will have access to purchase presale tickets beginning on Monday, August 13 at 12pm until Thursday, August 16 at 10pm through Citi’s Private Pass® program. For complete presale details, visit www.citiprivatepass.com.

Underwood will release her eagerly-anticipated new album, Cry Pretty, on September 14. Cry Pretty will be her first studio album on Capitol Records Nashville and marks the first time she has co-produced her own album. The lead single and title track, “Cry Pretty” debuted as the #1 song in the U.S. all-genres. The song also topped download charts in 38 countries around the world and amassed over 3.5 billion social impressions across 66 countries during its week of launch in April, which was culminated with a show-stopping performance on the “2018 ACM Awards” telecast. Carrie co-wrote the powerful single with Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, and Liz Rose (aka The Love Junkies) and co-produced Cry Pretty with fellow writer/producer David Garcia. 

Following her successful “The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round,” the new production will feature a brand-new stage in the middle of the arena floor, creating a unique 360-degree setting to allow fans on all sides of the arena an intimate view of the concert.  Barry Lather (Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson) is the tour’s Creative Director, and Nick Whitehouse/Fireplay (Justin Timberlake, Beyonce) is Production Designer. 

“I love performing in the round,” says Underwood.  “It’s so much fun for me and the band to play in every direction and creates a much more intimate and immersive experience for the audience, even in a larger arena setting.  It’s been exciting to introduce audiences to Cry Pretty and I can’t wait to bring the new album to life on this tour, along with all of the songs we love to play live.  I’m thrilled to be going out with an amazing line-up – Maddie & Tae and Runaway June are incredible artists that are going to bring even more electricity to our shows.”  

“Our customers love getting early access to the best in entertainment, so we are thrilled to be partnering with Carrie Underwood as the official presale credit card of her 2019 tour,” said Jennifer Breithaupt, Global Consumer Chief Marketing Officer, Citi. 

Underwood has arranged for a donation of $1 from each ticket sold for The Cry Pretty Tour 360 to be contributed to Danita’s Children, which provides a safe haven for abandoned and vulnerable children in Haiti, while encouraging families to stay together through their education and malnutrition programs.


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Kamrup District in Assam State Pin Codes


PinCodes
Jogiparapathar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kachari Solmari B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kachumara B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Kahilipara S.O 781019 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kaimari B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Kalajalchowk B.O 781380 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kalardia B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Kalatoli B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kalitakuchi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kalubari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kamakhya S.O 781010 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kaniha B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Karora B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Karparbhitha B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kendua B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khanapara S.O 781022 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Khapenikuchi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kharguli S.O 781004 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kharikot B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khetri Hardia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khetri S.O (Kamrup) 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kholabandha B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Khudradimu B.O 781382 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kinangaon B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Kukurmara S.O 781134 Guwahati Dakhin Sarubanswar (rampur) Kamrup ASSAM
Kulhati S.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kulsirange B.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kumarpara B.O 781009 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kuwarpur B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Lachitnagar S.O 781007 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Loch B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Loharghat B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobari Block ( Chainibardua Kamrup ASSAM
Lower Lumpi B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki (boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Madhukuchi B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Madhyamkhanda B.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahajanpara B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Maharipara S.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahimari B.O 781137 Guwahati Goroimari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahtoli B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Majirgaon B.O 781128 Guwahati Rani Block ( Palasbari Circle) Kamrup ASSAM
Malaybari B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Malibaribazar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Malibaripathar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Mandakata B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mandira B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Maniari Tiniali B.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Maranjana B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mataikhar B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobari Block(chaini Barduar Kamrup ASSAM
Mauman Ashram B.O 781123 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Mirza S.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mlg Rly Hqs S.O 781011 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Nagarbera S.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nahira B.O 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Naitar B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Nalapara B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki ( Boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Nampara Majarkuri B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Narangi S.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Nartap B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Natun Jharobari B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Nawkata B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nizdemoria B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nizmanakuchi B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Noonmati S.O 781020 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
North Guwahati S.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Odalbakra S.O 781034 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Pacharia B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pachia B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Pachim Dhuligaon B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Pachim Samaria S.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Palahartari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Palashbari S.O 781128 Guwahati Rani Block ( Palashbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Paltanbazar S.O 781008 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Panbari B.O 782401 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pandu Rly Colony S.O 781012 Guwahati Palashbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Pandu S.O 781012 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Paneri B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Panikhaiti B.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Panikhaiti B.O 781137 Guwahati Dakhinsarubanswar ( R. Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Panitema B.O 781101 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Panjabari S.O 781037 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Patharquerry S.O 781171 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Pathimari B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Pijupara B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Pingaleswar B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pitambarhat Bazali B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pubborka B.O 781101 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Puthimari B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rajapara B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobariblock(chainibarduar) Kamrup ASSAM
Ramdia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ramgaon B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rampur S.O (Kamrup) 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Rangamati B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Rangia R.S. S.O 781365 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rangia S.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rani S.O (Kamrup) 781131 Guwahati Rani Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ratanpur B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Rehabari S.O 781008 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Rongmahal B.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rowmari B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rupnagar S.O 781032 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Sadilapur B.O 781012 Guwahati Palasbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Saledal B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Samuka B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki ( Boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Santipur B.O 781141 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Sarpara B.O 781122 Guwahati Chaini ( Jharobari) Kamrup ASSAM
Satgaon S.O 781027 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Satpakhali B.O 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Saukuchi B.O 781034 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Sawkuchi S.O 781040 Guwahati NA Kamrup ASSAM
Sidilapara B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Sikarhati B.O 781125 Guwahati Rani Kamrup ASSAM
Siliguri B.O 781103 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Silkijhar B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Silpukhuri S.O 781003 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Simina B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Simlatarabari B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Singra Rajapara B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Singra S.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Soalkuchi S.O 781103 Guwahati Soalkuchi Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sonai Kamalajari B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sonapur S.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Soneswar S.O 781382 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Soniadi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Srihati B.O 781103 Guwahati Soalkuchi Block Kamrup ASSAM
Suagpur B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sutargaon B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tarani B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tengajhar B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tepesia B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tetelia B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tinali B.O 781365 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Titkuri B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tokradia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Topabari B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Toparpathar B.O 781137 Guwahati P. Chamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Topatali B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tukrapara B.O 781137 Guwahati P. Chamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Tulsibari B.O 781376 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tupamari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Udayan Vihar S.O 781171 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Udiana B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ukiam B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Ulubari S.O 781007 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Uparhali B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Uzanbazar S.O 781001 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Uzankuri B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Zoo Road S.O 781024 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Balisatra B.O 781350 Nalbari NA Kamrup ASSAM

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State
Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

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Short Cuts meets Love, Actually ... in Dog Days, an ensemble rom-com-o-rama that brings Los Angeles dog owners together under the reasonable thesis that dogs make everyone's lives better. In fact, the film itself exhibits a dog-like sensibility: Simple ...

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I met with 40 of my favorite people. We gathered from different corners of the globe –Malaysia, Haiti, Bangladesh, Alabama, Ethiopia–representing a few dozen non-profits all working to provide dignified jobs in Jesus’ Name for one reason: to cheer each other on. When I started Mercy House Global in 2010, I was deeply discouraged by […]

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          No evidence of trafficking of Cuban, Haitian nationals in Guyana - - Felix tells foreign relations committee       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In the face of concerns raised over the whereabouts of a large amount of Cuban and Haitians who arrived in Guyana, Minister of Citizenship Winston Felix yesterday said that data from police and other records show that they are not being trafficked.
          Plant sciences student seeks to improve agriculture at home and abroad - Penn State News      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Plant sciences student seeks to improve agriculture at home and abroad
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Growing up on a dairy farm in Mifflintown, Hannah Hunsberger never thought much about agriculture beyond America. That all changed during a mission trip to Haiti with her church. "While I was in Haiti, I met with a number of ...


          Trump Administration Largely Phasing Out TPS, But Legal Challenges Are Ongoing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) may be an endangered species.  Having terminated TPS for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone during the past year, the Trump Administration has turned its attention elsewhere.  There are currently ten remaining countries whose citizens are eligible for TPS.  Of those, six will be terminated over the next 18 months. The Trump Administration has announced the termination of TPS status for Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Nepal, Honduras and Sudan.  Somalia, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen for now remain in the protected category. USCIS grants TPS to nationals of certain countries who are in the U.S. (legally or illegally) when conditions in that country “temporarily prevent the country’s nationals from returning safely, or in certain circumstances, where the country is unable to handle the return of its nationals adequately.”  Common grounds for granting TPS include highly destructive natural disasters or…
          Why Raising Money To Fight Ebola Is Hard      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti was massive: Billions of dollars in donations poured in. "It had everything," says Joel Charny, who works with InterAction, a group that coordinates disaster relief. "It had this element of being an act of God in one of the poorest countries on the planet that's very close to the United States. ... And the global public just mobilized tremendously." People haven't responded to the Ebola outbreak in the same way; it just hasn't led to that kind of philanthropic response. From the point of view of philanthropy, the Ebola outbreak is the opposite of the Haiti earthquake. It's far from the U.S. It's hard to understand. The outbreak emerged over a period of months — not in one dramatic moment — and it wasn't initially clear how bad it was. Donors like being part of a recovery story. In Haiti, buildings and lives were destroyed. The pitch was, let's help them rebuild. In the case of Ebola, it's been harder to make a pitch. Doctors Without Borders
          Coupe du Monde Féminine U20 : Le Nigeria offre la 1ere victoire à l’Afrique      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Le Nigeria s’est imposé devant Haiti ce jeudi dans le cadre de son deuxième match de la Coupe du Monde Féminine U20  que la France organise. Les Super Falconets a […]

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          Nigeria:Falconets Whip Haiti to Keep Quarterfinal Hopes Alive      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[This Day] Rasheedat Ajibade's first-half penalty kick on Thursday afternoon was enough to see Nigeria's Falconets edge Haiti 1-0 in Group D at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup France 2018 to secure a crucial three points, keeping their knockout round qualification hopes alive.
          Haitink een van de vervangers van Gatti bij Concertgebouworkest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Bernard Haitink en nog drie dirigenten nemen de concerten van het Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (KCO) in de eerste vier weken van het seizoen over van de ontslagen dirigent Daniele Gatti. De orkestleiding moet met grote spoed vervanging zoeken na het ontslag van de Italiaanse chef-dirigent op 2 augustus. Gatti was in opspraak geraakt wegens ongepast gedrag.

Het orkest meldt op de eigen website dat de 89-jarige Haitink, oud-chef-dirigent en sinds 1999 ere-dirigent van het orkest, eind augustus en begin september twee concerten overneemt, een in Amsterdam en een in Luzern. Het programma is veranderd in Mahlers Symfonie nr. 9, een stuk dat Haitink al dertig keer met het Concertgebouworkest heeft uitgevoerd.

De andere dirigenten die worden ingevlogen om de lege plek op de bok in te nemen, zijn Thomas Hengelbrock, Manfred Honeck en Kerem Hasan. Alle drie hebben eerder voor het orkest gestaan.


          Vervangers voor Gatti gevonden      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Wie al een kaartje had gekocht voor het zomerconcert van het Concertgebouworkest mag in zijn handen knijpen: niemand minder dan Bernard Haitink (89) dirigeert.
          FAIRPLAY, Timothy J - DX Marks The Spot EP (Bodyworks) 12"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title: DX Marks The Spot EP
Artist: FAIRPLAY, Timothy J
Label: Bodyworks
Format: 12"

Track listing:
MP3 Sample Hard Ticket To Haiti
MP3 Sample DX Marks The Spot
MP3 Sample Pay The Price For Paradise
MP3 Sample Phantom Guard Dogs Of Chomolungma

          Action against policemen over man's suicide      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GUWAHATI, Aug 9 - Inspector in-charge of Panikhaiti Police Outpost Borsing Terang and eight other police personnel of the outpost have been closed to the Assam Police Reserve.
          re:Dominican Republic or other Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Another place for you to do any crusing is the Parc Saint Pierre in Petion-Ville, Haiti...That is in the mountain....Again a lot of $$$ and be very carefull, you will have so much fun and so much surprises...they are really fat and long and willing....Same as Jacmel, the town in the south of Haiti.......Enjoy
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          RAM: August 1791 review – Classy and exuberant Vodou, rock and funk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Named after lead singer and founder Richard Auguste Morse, RAM are one of the finest exponents of Haitian mizik rasin, a mix of percussive Vodou music, rock and funk. The son of an American academic and the Haitian singer Emerante de Pradines, Morse played in a Princeton punk band before moving to Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, where he managed the historic Hotel Oloffson – the inspiration for Hotel Trianon in Graham Greene’s novel The Comedians. It was here that RAM were formed in the early 1990s, a band with a boldly independent stance who, despite kidnap and death threats, continued to play throughout the violent political upheavals of the decade.

RAM went on to build a following in North America, where they worked with the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Arcade Fire. And they have continued to make great music. The new album is a celebration of the slave revolt of 1791 that would lead to the declaration of independence 13 years later, and it includes rousing reworkings of ancient songs. The African-influenced Danmbala Elouwe is a driving, percussive piece driven on by guitars and chanting vocals, while Negrès Katye Moren is a gloriously funky treatment of a song once performed by Morse’s mother, with keyboard work that echoes Stevie Wonder, and the exuberant Otsya features hand-made horns that date back to the slave era. Elsewhere, there’s a dash of reggae on Dominikani (P’ap Janm Bliye) and more reminders of West Africa, and some fine vocal harmony work, on St Jak (M’ap Viv Avé Yo). It’s a classy, exuberant set.

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          Haitink onder vervangers Gatti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

AMSTERDAM (ANP) - Onder anderen Bernard Haitink gaat bij het Concertgebouworkest de gaten opvullen die zijn ontstaan door het recente ontslag van zijn collega-dirigent Daniele Gatti. De chef-dirigent van het orkest werd weggestuurd na beschuldigingen van wangedrag tegenover vrouwen.

Het bericht Haitink onder vervangers Gatti verscheen eerst op Nieuws.nl.


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          PHOTOS: Yemi Alade Donates Relief Materials To Orphanage In Haiti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Effyzie Music superstar Yemi Alade who is currently on a world tour in support of her “Black Magic” album, took time out from her busy schedule recently to visit an orphanage in Haiti and spread good cheer. The afro-pop singer is currently in Haiti where she is headlining the famous Hangover Haiti annual concert. Yemi […]

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          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Trilogy International Partners 2Q18 revenues up 2% to USD198.1m      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Trilogy International Partners (TIP), which owns telecoms assets in New Zealand (2degrees) and Bolivia (Viva) through its Trilogy LLC unit, has reported total revenues of USD198.1 million for the three months ended 30 June 2018, up 2% on an annualised basis. Adjusted EBITDA for the quarter slumped 5% year-on-year, to USD37.5 million, with the group reporting a net loss of USD6.3 million for the three months under review, compared to a deficit of USD10.8 million in 2Q17.*In operational terms, 2degrees reported a total of 1.392 million mobile customers, alongside 74,600 fixed broadband users. Viva claimed 2.278 million wireless customers, of which 22% (501,116) were LTE users. The Bolivian cellco added 204 LTE cell sites during the second quarter of 2018, meaning that 87% of its network is now LTE-enabled.*Brad Horwitz, President and CEO, commented: ‘Our businesses turned in a solid quarter, with continued post-paid subscriber growth in both of our operating markets … We had over 11,000 consolidated post-paid net additions; nearly double last quarter. As a result, our post-paid subscriber base is 5% larger than it was at the end of Q2 2017.’*TIP was formed in 2005 by wireless industry veterans John Stanton, Theresa Gillespie and Brad Horwitz, whose previous company Western Wireless International built and operated wireless networks in markets such as Austria, Ireland, Iceland, Croatia, Slovenia, Latvia, Georgia, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Bolivia, and Haiti. TIP began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 2017, following a ‘reverse acquisition’ transaction with Canada’s Alignvest Acquisition Corporation.
          Addressing Inequities with Social Medicine      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Robin Goldman MD is an Assistant Professor in Hospital Medicine, and an Affiliate Faculty at IGHS. She attended medical school at the University of Maryland. During medical school, and was selected to be an Albert Schweitzer fellow, working on a health education project for at-risk teens in Baltimore. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Michigan. She then came to UCSF and completed the Global Health and Hospital Medicine Fellowship/HEAL Initiative Fellowship during which she spent half the year as a Hospitalist at UCSF and half the year at a Partners in Health affiliated hospital in central Haiti.

Join the Global Child Health 4th Annual Lecture Series in welcoming Dr Goldman.

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          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          FIFA U-20 Women W/C: Nigeria pip Haiti – Vanguard      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VanguardNigeria’s Rasheedat Ajibade vies for the ball with Haiti’s Melchie Dumonay during the Women World Cup U20 football match Haiti against Nigeria on August 9, 2018 at the Marville stadium in Saint-Malo, north-western France. / AFP PHOTO. Nigeria Falconets …FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: Falconets stop HaitiNew Telegraph NewspaperChina Clings on Against Haiti in FIFA […]
          FARMS International: Celebrating new leadership, honoring biblical legacy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
USA (MNN) -- FARMS International is getting a new leader at the helm. After 25 years, the ministry’s beloved executive director Joe Richter is retiring and Scott Clifton is stepping in. Clifton doesn’t just represent a new leadership era with FARMS. At 29-years-old, he also represents a new generation in ministry. Richter says this is a great thing for FARMS. “We are looking forward to inspiring a whole new generation of young people, young families that are interested in helping the poor. That is something I believe Scott can do very well to inspire people in his age group and those around that age group, that they can be actively involved in helping people out of poverty and especially helping Christians around the world that are disadvantaged. “We’re excited too about the giftings that Scott has. When we looked for an executive director for my position, it needed to be a person that had a love for the poor and we felt they also had to be willing to travel and be in villages in remote places, and Scott had a real interest in that. We just came off almost a month-long trip to Asia and visited many rugged and remote places in the world and I could tell Scott thoroughly enjoyed and related well with the people.”

Joe & Pat Richter with one of the FARMS project holders in Thailand. (Photo, caption courtesy of FARMS International)

In their ministry, FARMS combines Christian stewardship principles with interest-free loans to bolster families in impoverished communities. “We are reaching into places where there is no other help, there is no other organization, there is no government to help even. It’s a great responsibility we feel...and a burden to reach into those places and to be a help. They really need that type of economic help as well as discipleship to see the Kingdom of God expand. FARMS has been behind it all, seeing hundreds of churches started around the world, and they want to see that continue and expand.” When Richter first began as FARMS’ executive director 25 years ago, the organization served in Sri Lanka, India, and Haiti. Since then, they have gone from just three programs to now over a dozen active programs in several countries. When asked what his favorite part was about serving with FARMS, Richter responds, “It was the opportunity to see... what I would call really Christianity in the raw around the world -- real Christianity in the lives of people that were willing to suffer harm and suffer persecution and even risk their lives for serving the Gospel. So few people have that opportunity to be in places where their very lives and livelihoods are at risk at the fact of following Christ as their Lord and Savior. “I remember one lady in Nepal [was] asked before she was baptized why she wanted to be baptized. She said, ‘Well, I made Jesus my Lord and Savior. I once was in darkness and now I am in the Light.’ The pastor said, ‘Well, you know when your husband was baptized how they came into your home and dragged him out and beat him nearly to death. Aren’t you worried that might happen to you?’ And she said, ‘It doesn’t matter. I love Jesus. I don’t care what they do to me. I will never go back to Hinduism.’” Richter reflects, “This was an amazing thing to see -- a little lady in a sari in Nepal sharing her faith and her belief that Jesus meant everything to her even if it risked her life.” After Richter retires, he will still be involved as a consultant with FARMS.

"...one of our loan recipients in Haiti and the handicrafts that she makes." (Photo, caption courtesy of FARMS International)

We also spoke with Clifton about his transition into the FARMS executive director role. He says his vision for the ministry’s future can be summed up in three words: “Continue, grow, and connect. Continue being that FARMS has invested in really good quality work and we want to see that continue. Grow is this idea of expansion of there [are] more places that would really be a good fit with FARMS methodology that we go about in relieving poverty. And then connect is the next generation, the younger generations that this organization will continue to be relevant for years and years to come.” During this time of leadership transition at FARMS, the ministry would greatly appreciate the prayers and support of the Body of Christ. Clifton shares, “On my end, certainly there is this limited time where Joe and I are both on staff, where I get to glean as much as I can from him. [Pray] that I would be able to absorb all of these details. There is a lot that goes into an organization like this behind the scenes and a lot of details that have been compiled over 25 years that we’re in the process of handing off and bringing me up to speed. I would appreciate prayer personally to be able to do that in the transition.” Richter also adds, “I would ask for prayer that as this transition takes place, that people recognize that FARMS is continuing on as a biblically-based Christian ministry that is not compromising, and is working with Bible-believing Christians around the world. That won’t change. The new leadership is something the organization has seen that will be fruitful and will bring FARMS into this new era and to continue the work that’s been around for over 55 years.”

(Photo courtesy of FARMS International)

If you want to learn more about what God is doing through FARMS’ ministry and how you can join them, click here! Moving forward in the months and years ahead, Clifton emphasizes above all, “We want to do things that are specifically what God is leading us towards and to always be receptive towards the prompting of the Holy Spirit.”     (Header photo courtesy of FARMS International)
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Är den här lilla ön nyckeln till att återuppliva Haitis turism?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
HD och Sydsvenskan publicerar reportage av Kim Wall ett år efter hennes död..
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Virginia man sentenced to 23 years in prison for traveling to Haiti and engaging in illicit sexual conduct      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WASHINGTON – A Virginia man was sentenced today to 276 months in prison, to be followed by a life term of supervised release, for traveling from the United States to Haiti and engaging in illicit sexual conduct with a minor, […]

L’article Virginia man sentenced to 23 years in prison for traveling to Haiti and engaging in illicit sexual conduct est apparu en premier sur Je dis STOP!.


          Magnom & Young Ma Headline Favella Rebellion Concert In Haiti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ghanaian record producer and recording music artiste – Magnom is billed to headline this year’s “Favella Rebellion” concert in Haiti. He alongside will be headlining with award-winning American female rapper and global icon – Young Ma and Haitian music superstar – Baky Favella Rebellion , a largely patronized major concert in Haiti is slated for …
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Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


           [BEST BOOKS] Volunteer Vacations by Bill McMillon Free       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Synnopsis : If you re looking for a way to make a difference while on vacation--simultaneously getting away and using your talents to improve the world--this guide shows you how a short-term volunteer stint can transform your life as much as the people, animals, and ecology you choose to help. This fully updated edition is filled with in-depth information and profiles of 150 select organizations, more than 40 new in this edition, running thousands of quality programs in the United States and around the world. Inside, you ll discover ways to Excavate Jurassic Period dinosaur fossils in WyomingWork with women in their own microbusinesses in GhanaStudy wolves with field scientists in SlovakiaHelp Haitians rebuild their homesOrganize activities for orphaned children in the Dominican RepublicLive and work with elephants in Thailand Each listing includes complete contact information with locations, costs, dates, and project details you won t find anywhere else. It lets you know the work volunteers typically do and any special skills needed and highlights projects specifically tailored for families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Stories from recent volunteers and a host of new photographs help you further imagine your volunteer adventure. Author : Bill McMillon Language : English Grade Level : 1-2 Product Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches Shipping Weight : 15.8 ounces Format : BOOKS Seller information : Bill McMillon ( 2✮ ) Link Download : https://hjhg87.blogspot.com/?book=1569768412
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          FIFA U-20 Women W/C: Nigeria pip Haiti – Vanguard      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VanguardNigeria’s Rasheedat Ajibade vies for the ball with Haiti’s Melchie Dumonay during the Women World Cup U20 football match Haiti against Nigeria on August 9, 2018 at the Marville stadium in Saint-Malo, north-western France. / AFP PHOTO. Nigeria Falconets …FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: Falconets stop HaitiNew Telegraph NewspaperChina Clings on Against Haiti in FIFA […]
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Comment on Pizzagate by Distant Relative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There's some really weird stuff coming out atm. A cryptic drop from our friend/s Q last night "THE CLINTON FOUNDATION. (888) 373-7888 Q" leads to anons digging as per usual https://twitter.com/TheSpeaker2018/status/1027774054487318528 That telephone number is actually advertised as the Polaris Project number so looks like it could be a front - look at the graphics pulled together by the tweeter. Should we be surprised? Er... no! Related: Laura Silsby now Laura Gayler tried to traffic 33 Haitian children who had in fact been missed by their parents i.e. not orphans as she tried to claim. LS/G got off the hook by Clinton. She's now at "AlertSense". From the article below> "Now why would a company that designs and sells first responder/Amber Alert/Emergency/FEMA systems hire someone who has been arrested and actually jailed for child trafficking, even if the charges were later reduced via the help of Clinton at the behest of Abedin...#Pizzagate" https://steemit.com/pizzagate/@psychanaut/laura-silsby-is-laura-galyer-at-alertsense-amber-alerts-fema-response-pizzagate Nothing to see here, move along....
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Afrique:Coupe du Monde Féminine U20 - Le Nigeria offre la 1ere victoire à l'Afrique      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Africa Top Sports] Le Nigeria s'est imposé devant Haiti ce jeudi dans le cadre de son deuxième match de la Coupe du Monde Féminine U20 que la France organise.
          "Que las cosas cambien", la canción de C4 con el haitiano Bombo Karl      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
C4 lanzó en plataformas digitales el tema "Que las cosas cambien", en la que participa el cantante haitiano Bombo Karl y cuya letra apunta a dar un mensaje positivo en los jóvenes, relatando una nueva realidad nacional, que incluye a inmigrantes.

          re:Dominican Republic or other Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Another place for you to do any crusing is the Parc Saint Pierre in Petion-Ville, Haiti...That is in the mountain....Again a lot of $$$ and be very carefull, you will have so much fun and so much surprises...they are really fat and long and willing....Same as Jacmel, the town in the south of Haiti.......Enjoy
          South Beach Hotel That Allegedly Called Haitian Employees ‘Slaves’ to Pay $2.5 Million Settlement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The ritzy Miami hotel, SLS South Beach, has agreed to settle a discrimination suit with 17 Haitian dishwashers who say they were mistreated and eventually fired because of their background. The allegations are from 2014 and, earlier this year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the discrimination suit on behalf of the former employees, according to the […]
          Review: Revolution in 'Haiti' stirs the New World      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the...


          Dos haitianos hieren a compatriota en Hatico, Mao      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mao-. Un obrero de nacionalidad haitiana fue curado en el hospital público Luis L. Bogaert de esta ciudad, luego de ser herido por dos compatriotas suyos. 

 Informaciones obtenidas dan cuenta de que el extranjero Pitenson Yan, residente en el sector Hatico de este municipio, presenta heridas contusas y cortantes en cráneo, boca y brazos. 

El nacional haitiano dijo haber sido agredido por dos hombres de la misma nacionalidad en un incidente ocurrido en sector Hatico de esta ciudad, y que luego de cometer el hecho emprendieron la huida.

          UN Peace Operations Lessons From Haiti, 1994-2016      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
UN Peace Operations Lessons From Haiti, 1994-2016

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          Miami      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Chef Marcus Samuelsson explores the cuisine, culture and history of the Haitian community. From tropical, tangy soursop ice cream to mamba spread to soupe joumou and deep-fried pate korde, Marcus eats his way through Haiti’s culinary classics.

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          Conoce y participa de la nueva comunidad de migrantes de 24Horas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ante el fenómeno de la migración de personas haitianas a nuestro país, construimos una comunidad donde extranjeros y chilenos puedan comunicarse con respeto y encontrar información de trámites importantes, trabajo, costumbres, idioma y más.
          Here Are 4 People Who Join Omarosa in Alleging That Donald Trump Made Racist Remarks on 'The Apprentice'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The president faces a slew of allegations about horrifying racist language.

In her soon-to-be-released book “Unhinged,” Omarosa Manigault Newman speaks candidly about her former boss, President Donald Trump—alleging that claims he used racial slurs when he was on the hit reality show “The Apprentice” are absolutely true. Newman has asserted that although she never heard Trump use the n-word herself, she knows for a fact that “Apprentice” tapes of him using it “multiple times” exist. According to Newman, “three sources in three separate conversations” alleged that during his years on “The Apprentice,” Trump “hadn’t just dropped a single n-word bomb. He’d said it multiple times throughout the show’s taping during off-camera outtakes, particularly during the first season of ‘The Apprentice.’” And Newman is not alone in alleging that Trump wasn’t shy about making racist remarks during his years on “The Apprentice,” which debuted in 2004.  

Here are four others who allege that Trump said racist things during his years on “The Apprentice.”

1. Bill Pruitt

Bill Pruitt, who worked on the first two seasons of “The Apprentice,” has alleged that Trump made bigoted comments about “African-Americans, Jewish people, all of the above” when he was on “The Apprentice.” In 2016, when Trump was campaigning for president and the infamous “Access Hollywood” recording from 2015 surfaced, he was criticized for his sexist “grab them by the pussy” comments. But according to Pruitt, Trump’s “Access Hollywood” comments pale in comparison to things he said on “The Apprentice”—and on October 8, 2016, Pruitt tweeted that as the producer of “The Apprentice’s” first two seasons, “I assure you: when it comes to the #trumptapes there are far worse.” For legal reasons, however, Pruitt could not be any more specific.

2. Chris Nee

In 2016, screenwriter/producer Chris Nee tweeted that when she was working on “The Apprentice,” head producer Mark Burnett had her sign a contract stating that she would have to pay $5 million if she ever released footage of the show without Burnett’s permission. And according to Nee, that footage included Trump using the n-word to describe blacks. In 2016, Nee addressed the “far worse” that Pruitt was referring to, tweeting, “Hearing from producers/crew N word is the ‘much worse.’”

3. Tom Arnold

Actor Tom Arnold has alleged that he has outtakes of Trump using racial slurs when he was on “The Apprentice.” Interviewed by KIRO Radio’s Dori Monson in 2016, Arnold alleged that when Trump used those slurs during his “Apprentice” days, “He wasn’t going to be president of the United States. It was him sitting in that chair saying the n-word, saying the c-word, calling his son a retard, just being so mean to his own children.” And according to Arnold, Trump said “every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever” in the outtakes.

4. Randal D. Pinkett

After President Trump described Haiti, El Salvador and some countries in Africa as “shithole countries” and said he would much prefer to have immigrants from Norway instead, Randal D. Pinkett—one of the African-American stars of “The Apprentice”—said of Trump, “There’s no question in my mind: he’s a racist.” And Pinkett felt that way when he was on “The Apprentice” in the mid-2000s. In 2016, the Hollywood Report quoted Pinkett as saying, “After Donald declared me the winner and said, ‘Randal, you’re hired,’ he asked me a question that he had never asked any contestant prior and never asked of any contestant after me. He asked me if I wanted to share a title with the white runner-up. The better question is: why did Donald ask me to share? And my only answer is that he did not want to have an African-American have a clear, clean, full victory.”  

 

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