Exhibit portraying terrorists as ‘martyrs’ comes to Berlin, causing outcry
An interactive show of sorts, it features images of people, who “sacrificed their lives to their cause” throughout history, as well as replicas of objects associated with a given figure. The installation also involves light and sound effects meant to help visitors delve into the issue.
The installation particularly tells the stories of Mohammed Atta, who deliberately crashed a plane into one of the twin towers of the World Trade Center in the New York City on September 11, 2001, as well as that of Ismael Omar Mustafa, who was among those shooting people at the Bataclan club in Paris in November 2015.
Bulletproof Glass Is Offensive – Democrat Aims To Outlaw Life Saving Barriers #Democrat #crime
A controversial bill is currently working its way through city hall designed to kill ‘stop and go’ liquor stores employees.
One part of the bill would force business owners to take down bulletproof glass inside their stores.
Ontario lawyers must say they promote equality, or else after law society rejects exemption for conscientious objectors
Lawyers and paralegals in Ontario will be required to adopt and abide by a controversial statement of principles in order to remain licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
The rule was officially adopted late last year, one of many reforms to address systemic racism in the province’s legal profession. But it has not yet been enforced, and a recent motion sought to allow members to abstain from making the statement on grounds of conscience or faith.
Evergreen State’s student newspaper includes no-whites-allowed opinion section
“This should be a place where we can be us without it being overshadowed by the dark cloud that is living under white supremacy and having to see things from a white perspective. This is why when we do cover these issues it will be in the context and from the perspective of POC and POC only,” according to the section’s editors as they reintroduced it to readers in September.
The anonymous column, known as “POC Talk,” debuted in the bi-weekly Cooper Point Journal last year and returned this fall to the newspaper’s pages following racial unrest that erupted at the public university this past spring.
N.L. schools stop participation in Operation Christmas Child over homophobic policies
Schools in Newfoundland and Labrador will no longer be participating in a popular holiday charity.
The province’s English School District has directed all schools to cease participation in Operation Christmas Child, a campaign that gives schools and individuals the opportunity to fill a shoebox with small gifts to send to children in need in more than 150 countries.