Stories about History from September, 2017
"Silence is consent. Our silence is troubling. We need to speak out about this, we need to get angry, we need to help them."
The song and video depicts an ignored working class, living in the shadows often victims of war crimes, police brutality, labor exploitation, anti-immigrant violence and senseless death.
On WeChat, Zhang boasted of killing a woman and raping her teenage daughter in the Sino-Vietnamese War.
Human Rights Group Prevented by Police and Anti-Communist Mob From Commemorating 1965 Massacre in Indonesia
"The complete inaction of the police to stop this violence, contributes to the erosion of democracy and violations of the rights to freedom of expression and assembly in Indonesia."
"Any country that considers an attack on North Korea must confront the question of who turned the DPRK into such a defiant rogue nation."
The latest conflict in Ethiopia killed at least dozens of people and displaced thousands. The cause of the violence again was scarce water and land resources.
"We have more than 100,000 likes and 100,000 followers on Facebook! Let's keep sharing!"
"I do not believe that Bahamians should fear hurricanes the way we do...I believe we should look hard at ourselves and work out why we handle major storms so well."
"You can move an elephant/hippo/rhino with the horns of your car, but not me. #IAmBangladeshi"
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"We have almost all the models we need right here; we have most of the solutions that will move us up to a different level."