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Thursday, 4 September 2014

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http://ndigo.com/index.php/30-seconds-lose-life-30-years-get-back/

Surviving an ISIS Massacre | The New York Times





ISIS massacred hundreds of Iraqi military recruits in June. Ali Hussein Kadhim survived. This is his improbable story.

Produced by: Adam B. Ellick and Mona El-Naggar

Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/Z7Ivlh

Men set free after 30 years in prison





Two men, one on death row for 30 years, are free from prison after being cleared by DNA evidence. George Howell reports.

Words with Blakk Jakk pt2





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Vonetta Hill

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Justice for Mark Duggan - 3 years on, still fighting!





MUSIC: JOE P R.I.P MARK DUGGAN, JOE P R.I.P UNCLE B
Video filmed and edited by the Justice for Mark Duggan Campaign – Mark Duggan was shot and killed on Ferry Lane, Tottenham, while travelling home in a mini cab. He was being followed by armed police who performed a ‘Hard Stop’ manoeuvre to intercept the vehicle. Mark was shot twice – he was pronounced dead on the scene at 6:41pm.

The local community and Justice campaigns marched from Broadwater Farm to Ferry Lane, to the spot where Mark was killed. Remember Mark! RIP Mark Duggan!




No Justice, No Peace. 
Justice for Mark Duggan 
Twitter: @justice4mark 
Website: http://justice4mark.com/

Silenced Screams





Utilizing rape alarms and a ‘secular rosary’ format to reference the recent 'decades' of cruel and dehumanizing treatment of women by the Irish state and the Catholic Church, Speaking of I.M.E.L.D.A. creatively intervened at the Repeal the Eighth Amendment demonstration in response to the recent horrific treatment of Migrant X (01/09/14: now referred to as "Miss Y") by the Irish state. The demonstration was co-organized by Speaking of I.M.E.L.D.A., London Irish Feminist Network, My Belly is Mine and Abortion Rights (UK) outside the Irish Embassy in London on 20th August 2014 and took place simultaneously, and in solidarity with, a demonstration in Dublin and demonstrations in Belfast, Galway, Derry, Limerick, Berlin and New Zealand.

More info here re the treatment of Migrant X/Miss Y by the Irish State: 

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisf...

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/social...