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South Korea’s Abysmal Record of Disability Rights Despite Economic Prosperity

21/01/2015

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Salt works on the west coast, Jeollabuk-do Province, Korea, Photo by Bruce Stainsby

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 22:56 p.m. EDT, 21 January 2015 SINAN COUNTY, South Korea – Though South Korea’s record of human rights abuse is not as heinous as its neighbor North Korea, it still grapples with abuse of the weakest members of its society. Prior to the latest exposé, there have been several studies […]

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Ethiopia: Fight for Land in the Lower Omo Valley

08/01/2015

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Mursi People, Omo Valley, Ethiopia, Photo by Luca Chizali

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 23:20 p.m. DST, 08 January 2015 OMO VALLEY, Ethiopia – Citizens of the Lower Omo Valley are competing with the government for their land. The government is eying the land for cash crops such as sugar and palm oil. The indigenous population consists of thirteen tribes who rely […]

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To Spite Obama Health Insurance Companies and Pharmaceuticals Choose to Kill Citizens

05/01/2015

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A Child Wishing for Health, Photo by All Children's Hospital

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 02: 42 a.m. EDT, 05 January 2015 WASHINGTON, D.C. – At midnight on December 31st the world retired 2014 to make way for 2015. For many it marked a night of festivities, parties, and insouciance. For others, like me, it was the day which marked the resetting of health insurance […]

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Despite a Successful 2014 for Africa, Hundreds Continue to be Hacked to Death in DRC

29/12/2014

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African Man With Machete, Photo by Margus Sootia

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 17:27 p.m. EST, 29 December 2014 KINSHASA, DRC – In 2014, many African countries have seen long-awaited triumphs in the form of heightened foreign direct investment, peaceful political transitions and quickly expanding economies. While there are undoubtedly many hurdles left to overcome, there are many pockets in Africa that […]

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Racism Remains in Post-Apartheid South Africa

25/11/2014

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Apartheid, El espejo sudafricano - CCCB, Photo by Rubén Díaz

Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 22:48 p.m. DST, 25 November 2014 SOUTH AFRICA – The World Hates me Because I am Black… Thus I will Love the World Because I am Black. I will always remember this moment: my mom and little brother coming into the house with mail. She hands me […]

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