Posts Tagged ‘ abuse ’

Sarah Schulman’s Good Conflict

Photo: Ryan Pfluger

The world is consumed by violent fights and hostile disagreements. The author and activist sees a way out of them.

Source: Sarah Schulman’s Good Conflict

Democrats hammer abuse of power charge, allege Trump put self over country | TheHill

Source: Democrats hammer abuse of power charge, allege Trump put self over country | TheHill

Zeitgeist Spam: “He was undocumented. Now he’s exposing detention center abuse” (he’s also my son-in-law) (hat tip Dan Slive)


Tom Wong, a UC San Diego professor, is uncovering the abuse immigrants face in overcrowded detention facilities. Photograph: Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: “He was undocumented. Now he’s exposing detention center abuse” (he’s also my son-in-law) (hat tip Dan Slive)

Verena, an iOS app to help protect people in abusive situations

Verena is an iOS app designed to protect and help guide you through situations like “domestic violence, hate crimes, abuse, and bullying”. The app was developed with the LGBTQ+ community in mind, but can be used . . .

Source: Verena, an iOS app to help protect people in abusive situations

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings

Ilana Eloit is a PhD candidate at the Gender Institute, LSE. She is an associate researcher to the program GEDI (Genre et discriminations sexistes et homophobes) coordinated by the University of Angers. She has contributed to the Dictionnaire des féministes to be shortly published by the PUF (Presses universitaires de France). Her PhD thesis focuses on lesbian politics in the 1970s and 1980s in France and in the United States.

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings.

Pablo Neruda: I want to talk with the pigs | TOM CLARK Oct 10, 2014

The only free pig in Iowa: photo by Philip Capper, 24 March 2005

TOM CLARK

Sue Williams by Nancy Spero / BOMB Magazine

 

 

BOMB Magazine: Sue Williams by Nancy Spero.