Working for peanuts: Observing human trafficking in Uganda

Jane Stillwater- In these desperate times of poverty and conflict, traffickers arrive in villages and refuge camps and they promise the world to stressed and desperate parents.

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Born in the U.S.A. or Planted Here for Wealth Building

Jennifer Lawson-Zepeda- What makes a natural born citizen and why does it matter?

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Racial Categories and Why We Cling to Them

Jennifer Lawson-Zepeda- Hispanics aren’t a race but a mulitracial minority group.

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Expansionism and the New American Ugly – Part II

Jennifer Lawson-Zepeda-Want to move to a nice tropical location where the land is cheap the lifestyle is relaxed? What if the U.S. was attempting to purchase these lands as territories?

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Subversive Love Notes-2012

This year’s loving appreciation of people we think you should know about.

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Presidential Leadership on Immigration Reform Needed!

Jennifer Lawson Zepeda- In the 2008 presidential campaign, Obama commented about the lack of presidential leadership on immigration reform in 2006. At the speech to the League of Latin American Citizens…

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The United States’ Illegal Slaves

Grainne Rhuad- If you have ever wondered when the time will come when slavery will return to the U.S.of A, wonder no more. The time is now.

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For The Love of Buskers

By: Grainne Rhuad-“A busker finds his niche, and finds where he is supposed to be and he does what he is supposed to be doing”

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