Category Archives: History and Politics

Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet?

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Racism, and finding a way forward towards a world based on compassion (rather than on money and power)

I haven’t been writing many blog posts recently. Why? I’ve been too worn down by the increasing nastiness in the world, including from world leaders whose words should attempt to encourage every single citizen to feel included, providing them with … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet?

Time for another photo. Let’s go for one of LA. Image credit: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu  

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Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet?

It’s Wednesday. Let’s try another wordless offering. Image credit: https://blueocean.net/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-plastic-pollution/  

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Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet?

I thought I’d try a Wordless Wednesday for a change. This widely disseminated image was taken by the Danish Meteorological Institute on the melting Greenland ice sheet earlier this month.

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Migrant Girl Named Ana Franco Begins Keeping A Diary In US Detention Centre

Originally posted on The Out And Abouter:
Reminiscent of nothing in particular, and certainly not the most poignant, resolute, triumphant, and tragic story written in the 20th century, a young girl in a detention centre in Clint, Texas has begun…

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Why you should visit Canada’s Maritime provinces

The simplest explanation to why you should come visit our part of the world, tucked away in the northeast corner of North America, is because it is simply the best. But then again, I’m biased! Every place has a story … Continue reading

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