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Opinion: Risks? What Risks?

By Hazel Henderson IPS Guest Columnist We humans are acutely aware of risks. From our earliest times, the risks we faced were from hunger, predatory animals, extreme environmental conditions and, as our numbers grew, from other human tribes. Fast forward ...

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An Important Letter From The Ontario Black History Society

Greetings friends and supporters: The Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) would like to inform you that the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS) is pursuing the development of a Culture Strategy for Ontario. The Ministry’s objective is to establish ...

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Opinion: Women On Reproductive Strike?

By Joseph Chamie IPS Guest Writer  NEW YORK, NY (IPS) — Women are having fewer than two children on average in 83 countries, representing nearly half of the world’s population. And in some countries, such as Germany, Italy, Japan, Poland, ...

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ELECTION: Canadians Have Spoken Decisively

By Rupert Johnson PRIDE Columnist On October 19, the vast majority of Canadians spoke, decisively, and the message was loud and clear: they rejected the Stephen Harper brand of governance — overwhelmingly. It is indeed heartwarming that they have put ...

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Education For Empowerment: Blacks’ Dreams Deferred?

By Munyonzwe Hamalengwa, PhD PRIDE Guest Columnist Education is one of the greatest equalizers in society. For those who have not inherited family wealth, married-up or utilized their God-given talents to act, sing, paint or play sports, education is virtually ...

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Op-Ed: The Pope, Partisanship And The Common Good

Op-Ed: The Pope, Partisanship And The Common Good

Photo above is of Pope Francis addressing the US Congress last week. Photo credit: The United States House of Representatives. By Andrew Hanauer and Eric LeCompte Guest Writers WASHINGTON, DC (IPS) — Pope Francis delivered two very strong messages in his ...

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