Tag Archives: politics
As many of you may know, I have traveled to Cuba to protest the US Embargo that is stifling their economy because we are violating their human rights preventing them from accessing essential resources. In short, I’m glad to see there’s a petition out there for us to get involved in ending this archaic legislation.
I was reading the NPR ombudsman blog recently and there was a post about the lack of female experts and sources on NPR, supposedly the last bastion of objectivity and impartiality in the media which (unfortunately) means progressive these days. I’ve added a few links on the side for those regular readers who are keeping […]
Femocracy.net is a blog that is new to me. Amanda is the authoress who apologizes to no one and is well informed about the topics she discusses. Her ‘About’ section is as follows: “Femocracy includes commentary about politics, news and the media, with an interest in social issues and civil rights. The site is written […]
Maybe I am behind the times or a visionary, but if my web developing skills were of a level where I could design a search engine, I would. I would a design a search engine specific to the laws of the land. Then, individuals like you and I who are literate with access to the […]
I’m not sure when or how recently the UN overhauled their website, but it looks fantastic. Clearly, someone in the right place heard the complaints about their crotchety website and the confusion about the actual structure and organization of the massive organism itself. Let me tell ya, I like progress. I can actually find the […]
View from inside the Brooklyn Museum amidst Rodin’s Burghers of Calais The Smithsonian sponsored National Museum Day is tomorrow. It is a nationwide celebration of museums, large and small! There are over 800 institutions participating nationwide. Once you download the admissions card (on the website) you and a guest have gained free admission to the participating […]
I am not sure how I feel about CNN’s program, African American Firsts. Embedded video from CNN Video But, Shirley Franklin seems cool.