Maribel Sanz- Calling themselves the 15M, they represent an unexpected collective awareness-raising, brought about by social networks not covered by the traditional media
Grainne Rhuad- It is a rare privledge and gift to be able to give away books.
Karla Fetrow- With Occupation camps springing up all over the United States and around the globe, there still seems to be some confusion as to just what protesters want, although the protesters make it very clearly it’s at the corporations they are taking aim.
Grainne Rhuad- What can we learn from the recent riots in London and the response to them by politicians and journalists?
Grainne Rhuad- French President Sarkozy called a pre-summit summit to discuss protecting private citizens from “evil things” on the internet. Just what are these “evil things”?
By: Grainne Rhuad- “Applying contemporary standards of tolerance to medieval Muslim history and policy does a disservice to the prospects of reconciliation in our times. The assumption by some that an inherent medieval Islamic intolerance prevailed and that it underlies present-day Muslim terrorism is a distortion of reality.”
I admit it. When initially I heard about the new social network called Twitter I threw all kinds of insults at users. I questioned their intelligence. I questioned the downfall of society. So of course I had to go and check it out.