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· September, 2010

Stories about Ideas from September, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: The Big Question

Jordanian Bloggers Promote Dialogue With U.S.

Jordanian bloggers advocate for dialogue and moderation rather than extremism in responding to U.S. misconceptions toward Muslims.

Haiti, Dominican Republic: The Presence of DR Troops

Jordan: Introducing the Bitter Khalto

Iran: The Art and Design of the ‘Green Movement’

“Where is my Vote” is an exhibition of 150 political posters for the Green Movement in Iran that was on display at the School of Visual Arts in New York...

Chile: Alternative Transportation for ‘World Carfree Day’

Jamaica: Artist Passes On

Lebanon: Why in the Name of God?

Portugal: Monthly “Green” Blogging Competition

Jamaica: Understanding Gangs

USA: “Science Blogging” Goes Global, Gains Respect

A global online community of scientists have recently emerged as an influential and important contributor to worldwide journalism about science. They have grown more sophisticated in their communications, now catching...

Cuba: Cutting 500,000 Jobs

On the heels of Fidel Castro's admission (and subsequent retraction) that the Cuban economic model no longer works, the government has announced [ES] that it intends to cut massive numbers...

Brazil: Story of a Free Store and Ethonomia

Jamaica: Animation & Culture

St. Lucia, French Guiana: Googol

Iran:”Haystack not a useful software for us”

Brazil: The Political Spectrum of Narcotics

Bahamas: Cemetery Solution?

Trinidad & Tobago: Love vs. Hate

Trinidad & Tobago: Fear Factor

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