12 Jun 2009 - 18 Jan 2022
@TEDJohnMark No, but thanks for the link! Will check it out! The militarization of American culture after 9/11: documentary photographs by Nina Berman. http://bit.ly/12hlfB RT @liamdnoit
Thx for RT. Focus should be on the >2.3 million people in US prisons at a cost of $60 billion per year.
HIV & Human Rights in Southern Africa: Discussion w/Michaela Clayton of ARASA, June 15 in NYC: http://bit.ly/mSakd Ethnic profiling by police in Europe--documenting the problem & developing solutions, event in Brussels June 26: http://bit.ly/wH0wx Call for Applications: Collaborative Arts and Culture Projects in Central Asia & Turkey: http://bit.ly/6fUPQ Our Women's Program seeks an Africa senior program officer, to be based in Nairobi: http://bit.ly/57fbH Book on corruption in Kenya finds its way to the country despite unofficial ban: http://bit.ly/jJtSv RFP: Seminar for humanities + social sciences faculty in SE Europe, former Soviet Union, + Mongolia: http://bit.ly/qzko0
On detainee torture photos and the role of photography in accountability for #humanrights abuses: http://bit.ly/r6DZL European voting tilts center-right; the left "needs to find a new narrative": http://bit.ly/tK7WA
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