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This video shares honest and authentic discussion between a group of African American and Latinx young people. They address tensions between the two communities by discussing the stereotypes, struggles, and similarities that exist between the groups.
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This video shares an overview of the project and what we hope to accomplish through AALBBA. This is not the video for use during the workshop. Please scroll down for access to the Workshop Video.
Michael Klare speaks at Boylston Hall at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2/12/16. The new cold war is here. US foreign policy elites have identified Russia and China as the long-term obstacles to US global dominance. Tensions are rising: Middle East, Ukraine and across Europe, South China Sea and East Asia. Military budgets, including for “modernization” of nuclear arsenals are skyrocketing. In an era of rising and declining great powers, the U.S. is playing a complex and dangerous game of cooperation and competition, with the strategic goal of resisting and:
Michael Klare speaks at Boylston Hall at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2/12/16. The new cold war is here. US foreign policy elites have identified Russia and China as the long-term obstacles to US global dominance. Tensions are rising: Middle East, Ukraine and across Europe, South China Sea and East Asia. Military budgets, including for “modernization” of nuclear arsenals are skyrocketing. In an era of rising and declining great powers, the U.S. is playing a complex and dangerous game of cooperation and competition, with the strategic goal of resisting and:
When injustices have been enacted over generations, such as those by European and other settlers over the Native Peoples of (what we now call) Maine, how do those historically on the side of the oppressors begin to offer genuine and meaningful apology? Jamie Bissonnette Lewey probes at the impact of such action, opening up the possibility for productive negotiation.
AFSC’s humanitarian work in Vietnam focused on rehabilitating civilian casualties of the war. Many civilians, especially children, lost limbs as a result of booby traps and bombing campaigns in the countryside. It is without a doubt that innocent people suffer the worst of war. War was a disruption of their daily lives, but also constituted a theft of an otherwise peaceful future. Relief efforts were severely limited due to a lack of personnel, supplies, clean water, and sanitation.

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