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Newly recognized clinical syndrome: American Dementia

  by Kathie MM “Dementia is progressive loss of cognitive function, marked by memory problems and confused thinking.”  Although Psychology Today claims that the “most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s Disease, a fatal condition that affects more than 5 … Continue reading

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G is for Genocide; R is for Remembrance.

The Holocaust is the iconic narrative of man’s inhumanity to man, of unspeakable cruelty to men, women, and children, of horrors multiplied infinitely by the systematic, scientific nature of that state-sponsored genocide. But we do need to speak of it. … Continue reading

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The Khmer Rouge genocide (Part 1)

An estimated two million Cambodians died under the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1979. Over one-quarter of the population perished due to forced evacuation, forced labor, rape, execution, torture, starvation, and disease, among other crimes committed against the vulnerable.

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Religions as revolutions

By guest author Majed Ashy, Ph.D. From the time of… Moses, who helped guide the Israelis out of slavery and oppression to freedom, to Jesus, who preached equality and love and changed the whole human understanding of power structures, to … Continue reading

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