“That this is largely flying under the radar is probably good—a sign of how far criminal justice reform has come.”
"To build fairer and more inclusive economies we must instill gender parity across education, health, politics, and economic participation."
On Friday, climate activists gathered at the Grand Palais in Paris protesting the COP21 "Solutions" exhibition, where businesses were pushing for corporate and privatized responses to climate change. Several protesters were evicted from the premises by the large security presence at the event.
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For years they have refused to release details of the strikes, fighting successive court cases brought by relatives of strike victims and by civil liberties groups.
In Trump’s world where money talks, poor refugees are banned from entering the United States while Saudi princes who cling to power by torturing and beheading dissidents get safe passage to their luxury digs in Manhattan’s Trump Towers.
It is now illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to be married in Zambia.
This fight is not over, not even close. In fact, this fight is escalating.
These activists are fighting for their “right to a healthy climate” and to ban fossil fuel trains as a violation of that right.
Many will state, and perhaps rightly so, that we have come a long way since the 40s, 50s and 60s. Yet, the hate is still there, engrained in the minds of white Christian Americans... or should I say Amerikans.