By Saru Pokharel
Posts Tagged ‘fear’
Rodi Said/Reuters By Tom Arms The figures are staggering. 65.3 million are currently forcibly displaced from their homes. Half of them are children. That figure from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is the highest since records began and has doubled over the past ten years.
KPBS photo By Don Krieger Six weeks after 9/11, the Patriot Act passed, granting police and federal authorities broad rights to search and hold American citizens without due process. As a nation, we willingly submitted to this sacrifice of our freedoms, and so handed our tormentors a far greater victory than they could have imagined.
Reuters photo By Ananya S Guha We had Orlando, Istanbul, Dhaka, Baghdad and Medina, all at a time when the holy month of fasting was on. The closest to home was Dhaka, where a hapless Indian student along with nineteen others were hacked to death.
By Celestine Chimummunefenwuanya
By Val B. Russell Satire defined: The artistic form in which human or individual vices, folly, abuses, or shortcomings are held up to censure by means of ridicule, derision, burlesque, irony, or other methods, sometimes with an intent to bring about improvement. Satire is but one expression of free speech and is particularly powerful when […]