Posts Tagged ‘ genocide ’

TOM CLARK: The only moment we have is right now

old pic from #Burma #Myanmar at the #ShwedagonPaya hopefully this is not what #Wirathu will preach – #Monks and #Guns: image via ayeshas @ayeshasitara, 11 September 2013

TOM CLARK: The only moment we have is right now.

TOM CLARK: Its horn more precious than gold

 Mother #Rhino and 3 month old baby killed last week Baby was shot as he was running around his mum via @Protect_Wildlife: image via Isaac Vega  @saacBIOvega, 5 May 2015

TOM CLARK: Its horn more precious than gold.

Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF | Environment | The Guardian

Rubbish dumped on the tundra outside llulissat in Greenland stand in stark contrast to icebergs behind from the Sermeq Kujullaq or llulissat Ice fjord – a Unesco world heritage site. Photograph: Global Warming Images/WWF-Canon

Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF | Environment | The Guardian.

the 100 Wells Campaign

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Report from Taiji: November 24 / Sea Shepherd

 

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Report from Taiji: November 24 – Sea Shepherd.

Report from Taiji: November 5 (new video) – Sea Shepherd

 

 

Report from Taiji: November 5 (new video) – Sea Shepherd.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Tours the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

PHNOM PENH —U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton looks at a wall of faces of those killed by the Khmer Rouge regime, during a tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, formerly the regimes notorious S-21 prison, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Clinton urged Cambodia to improve its human rights record and ensure the Khmer Rouge are brought to justice for crimes against humanity in the 1970s. AP Photo/Evan Vucci, Pool. via artdaily.org

 

“Priceless Record of Native American World on Brink of Change at Bonhams” / artdaily.org

portrait of a Native American by JK Hillers

Native American Photographs

~ yes, these photographs by John Karl Hillers are priceless and ought to be donated or sold for minimal monetary gain to the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D. C.  The headline should read “Priceless Record of Native American Continent on Brink of Collapse from Genocide” instead of “Priceless Record of Native American World on Brink of Change . . .”  ~ yours truly, df