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"An Unexpected Mortality Increase in the United States Follows Arrival of the Radioactive Plume From Fukushima: Is There A Correlation?" by Joseph Mangano and Janette Sherman Initial signs of the global health impact of the Fukushima disaster in the United States. <http://www.radiation.org/reading/pubs/HS42_1F.pdf> "North Korea's Justifiable Anger" by Stansfield Smith An anti-imperialist perspective on US conflict with North Korea. <http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/04/10/north-koreas-justifiable-anger/>
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
APC goes to the movies!
Also in RaceWire…
In response to the recent murder of Mexican immigrant Luis Ramirez and the acquittal of the young white men who allegedly killed him, RaceWire's Jorge Rivas points to the 1987 documentary Who Killed Vincent Chin about the murder of a Chinese American man in Detroit and the community organizing and trial that followed. Writes Rivas, "May is the Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month. As part of APA Heritage Month, we owe it to Vincent and our community to remember how Asian Americans came together with other communities of color to demand justice for Vincent Chin. This time, we must do the same for Luis Ramirez."
Bitch blogger Nicole Georges has a new [...]More
Friday, 08 May 2009
Pigs, Pumas, Cougars & Animal Liberation
We're really digging Bite Back magazine's News from the Front Lines, especially the notes associated with the white rabbit icon!
Daniel Albert at n+1 comments on GM's latest vehicle: "Their latest death throe is called the "Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility," an incredibly awkward name designed to yield the acronym P.U.M.A. The PUMA is a two-seater city car based on the Segway scooter, a vehicle which has done more to advance situation comedy than personal transportation."
More on disastrous felidae appropriation: a while back, a mention of "reality" show, [...]More
Wednesday, 06 May 2009
Bitch blogs Bollywood Barbie®, Doug Peacock on the Grizzly Bear & more!
Maybe Logic Can Help
1. "Waterboarding is torture" (President Obama statement a week ago, world opinion)
2. "We waterboarded three prisoners" (statements by CIA, Cheney, Yoo, etc.)
3. "We did not torture prisoners." (statements by Bush, Rice, etc.)
No one contests number 2, so number 1 is wrong or number 3 is wrong. You decide.
writes at Bitch: Mattel is using feminism to sell the Bollywood Barbie® saying: “She allows girls to dream beyond and know that a woman has choices, having herself represented more than 100 careers in her lifetime. ”
At Counterpunch, Doug Peacock explains why global warming and hunting necessitates placing the Yellowstone Grizzly back on the Endangered Species List
Some news is good news: [...]More
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Has Obama fulfilled his campaign promises? In These Times looks to the Obamameter to find out.
"The artist should be as ruthless in pursuing cultural harmony as the terrorist is bent on destroying it.” Le Monde Diplomatic reports on a literary festival in Jaipur, India that brings together artists from India, Pakistan, and around the world.
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Queering the APC blog
Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, 1950-2009 "It is difficult to calculate the impact of Sedgwick's scholarship, in part because its legacy is still in the making, but also because she worked at a skew to so many fields of inquiry. Feminism, queer theory, psychoanalysis and literary, legal and disability studies—Sedgwick complicated and upended them all, sometimes in ways that infuriated more anodyne scholars, but always in ways that pushed established parameters." More
Directory of periodicals
(A randomly-selected entry from the hundreds of titles in our Annotations directory.) More...
- Choice 31 (July 1994): 1683.
- LaGuardia, Cheryl, Bill Katz and Linda Sternberg Katz. Magazines for Libraries, 12th ed. New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 2003.
- New Statesman and Society 8 (January 27, 1995):39.
- New Statesman and Society 9 (March 15, 1996): 40.
- Times Literary Supplement (March 18, 1994): 24.
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