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Cows Forced to Live in Their Own Waste at Dairy Farm

Cows Forced to Live in Their Own Waste at Dairy Farm | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
After a disturbing tip, PETA visited a farm that supplies milk to Kroger-owned supermarket chain Harris Teeter and found emaciated cows in pain trudging through deep manure.
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‘Migration Is Beautiful’ Artist Favianna Rodriguez Talks Immigrant Rights and Art’s

‘Migration Is Beautiful’ Artist Favianna Rodriguez Talks Immigrant Rights and Art’s | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

"Meet powerhouse artist/activist Favianna Rodriguez — a leading voice in the movement of artists raising awareness about U.S. immigration issues. – I am OTHER"


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Stanford Study: 'Culturally Relevant' Teaching Boosts GPA, Attendance for At-Risk Youth, So Why Not Make It Universal?

Stanford Study: 'Culturally Relevant' Teaching Boosts GPA, Attendance for At-Risk Youth, So Why Not Make It Universal? | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
If you don’t know about your past, you lack a blueprint for the future.  And a new study suggests just that.  Research in California found that high school students who were exposed to classes on race and ethnicity experienced better attendance and academic achievement. The study, which was conducted by researchers at Stanford University, revealed …

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Students create podcast to share immigration stories

Students create podcast to share immigration stories | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Fifth graders at McGlone Elementary interview family members about experience coming to the United States.
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How Race Is Made in America: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Historical Power of Racial Scripts

How Race Is Made in America examines Mexican Americans—from 1924, when American law drastically reduced immigration into the United States, to 1965, when many quotas were abolished—to understand how broad themes of race and citizenship are constructed. These years shaped the emergence of what Natalia Molina describes as an immigration regime, which defined the racial categories that continue to influence perceptions in the United States about Mexican Americans, race, and ethnicity.

Molina demonstrates that despite the multiplicity of influences that help shape our concept of race, common themes prevail. Examining legal, political, social, and cultural sources related to immigration, she advances the theory that our understanding of race is socially constructed in relational ways—that is, in correspondence to other groups. Molina introduces and explains her central theory, racial scripts,which highlights the ways in which the lives of racialized groups are linked across time and space and thereby affect one another. How Race Is Made in America also shows that these racial scripts are easily adopted and adapted to apply to different racial groups.

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Do Not Send Us Bottles of Water. Instead, Join Us in a Revolt

Do Not Send Us Bottles of Water. Instead, Join Us in a Revolt | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
  1. Demand the removal and arrest of Rick Snyder, the Governor of Michigan.
  2. Make the State of Michigan pay for the disaster that the State of Michigan created.
  3. The federal government must then be placed in charge.
  4. Evacuate any and all Flint residents who want to leave now.
  5. For those who choose to stay in Flint, FEMA must create a temporary water system in each home.


If you want to help Flint, sign the petition, demand that the federal government take action, and then get involved yourself, wherever you live, so that this doesn't happen to you -- and so that the people we elect know they can no longer break the law as they rule by fiat or indifference. We deserve much better than this.


For a better world,


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ICYMI: Watch Activist DeRay McKesson School Stephen Colbert on White Privilege

ICYMI: Watch Activist DeRay McKesson School Stephen Colbert on White Privilege | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
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How MLK Went From 'National Threat' to 'National Hero'

How MLK Went From 'National Threat' to 'National Hero' | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Corporation for Enterprise Development's Dedrick Asante-Muhammad explains the whitewashing of Martin Luther King's legacy, transforming him from a leader for racial and economic justice who died in struggle to a post-racial patriot who died in victory
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Court: Class Action Over Abusive Conditions in Tucson Detention Center Can Move Forward

Court: Class Action Over Abusive Conditions in Tucson Detention Center Can Move Forward | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
A federal court in Tucson, Arizona held that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) must answer allegations of horrific conditions experienced by individuals in Tucson Sector detention facilities (a.k.a. “hieleras”) along the southern border. In decisions handed down on January 11, the court decided that the case, Doe V. Johnson, may proceed as a class action (i.e., the court “certified” the class) and rejected the government’s motion to dismiss. CBP had strenuously urged the court to dismiss the case even before plaintiffs had the chance to prove their claims.


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“At a minimum, . . . ‘an individual detained under civil process – like an individual accused but not convicted of a crime – cannot be subjected to conditions that ‘amount to punishment.’”

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Chicago Protesters Disrupt Mayor's MLK Event

Protesters angry over Chicago police shootings sought to disrupt Mayor Rahm Emanuel's annual breakfast honoring Martin Luther King Jr. on Friday. (Jan. 15) S...

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When We Fight, We Win: Book Showcases Social Movements & Activists Transforming the World

When We Fight, We Win: Book Showcases Social Movements & Activists Transforming the World | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
When We Fight, We Win: New Book Showcases Social Movements & Activists Transforming the World


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What to do if police come to your door

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Know Your Rights. 



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The Horrible Ordeal Of Migrant And Refugee Women Seeking A Safe Haven

The Horrible Ordeal Of Migrant And Refugee Women Seeking A Safe Haven | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Along with all the perils refugees face, women have added accounts of being assaulted, traumas that do not end with their arrival in Europe.

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Like female migrants and refugees from Central America, the same dangers exist for women seeking protection in Europe.

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Capitalism, Slavery, Racism and Imprisonment of People of Color Cannot Be Separated

Capitalism, Slavery, Racism and Imprisonment of People of Color Cannot Be Separated | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Author Dennis Childs discusses how a clause within the US Constitution's 13th Amendment ushered in a system of "neoslavery."
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Obama Received 136,000 Petitions To Stop Deportation Raids This Week

Obama Received 136,000 Petitions To Stop Deportation Raids This Week | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

Sandra is “very afraid” that “the savage ICE agents will come knocking on the door and take me and my son back to a country that we come fleeing from,” even though they could be in “great danger” if they’re deported.


“I do not want my life and my son’s life to end up in a casket,” she said. “I don’t want to be assassinated like it has happened with other family members.”


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L.A. Immigration Attorney Who Won Landmark Case Subject Of New Biopic

L.A. Immigration Attorney Who Won Landmark Case Subject Of New Biopic | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

Judy Wood was a single mother in her mid-30s who moved to L.A. and committed herself to immigration law, particularly asylum cases. A deeply spiritual woman, she actually started practicing immigration law after a vision she had of helping others who were suffering and in need. In one of her first cases, she represented an Afghani immigrant who had been persecuted for opening up a school for girls in her home country. Wood fought a tenacious battle in and out of court against established law and the case culminated in arguing before the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. By winning the case, Wood single-handedly changed the law of asylum nationwide, allowing women to be designated a protected class — saving the lives of not only her client, but thousands of other female refugees who would have been sent back to their home countries where they faced certain death.


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City of Oakland Pledges to Fund College for Low-Income Students

City of Oakland Pledges to Fund College for Low-Income Students | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

Oakland will launch a citywide effort Thursday to triple the number of college graduates coming out of public schools, an ambitious and expensive “cradle to career” plan that aims to reverse cycles of poverty and hopelessness by raising expectations that all children can thrive in school.


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It's way past time for the whole nation to promise free college for everyone. 

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Unanimous vote to name park where #AndyLopez was killed - Andy's Unity Park

Unanimous vote to name park where #AndyLopez was killed - Andy's Unity Park | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

Thank you Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission and Sonoma County Regional Parks Department!

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Ways to Share Chinese New Year This Year of the Monkey

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Chinese New Year begins on February 8! Here are some tips to celebrate the Year of the Monkey
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U.S. Undermining Due Process Protections for Asylum Seekers

U.S. Undermining Due Process Protections for Asylum Seekers | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Even before the recent ICE raids on Central American families began last week, there were serious signs that the government was undermining due process and not providing asylum-seekers a meaningful opportunity to make their cases. Many of the violations were brought to the attention of the immigration agencies by the CARA Project and Human Rights First, through a formal letter to the Directors of USCIS and ICE, which called upon the Department of Homeland Security to halt the egregious due process violations taking place inside family detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania.


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Number Of Unaccompanied Minors Detained At U.S. Border Continues To Rise

Number Of Unaccompanied Minors Detained At U.S. Border Continues To Rise | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

The number of unaccompanied minors detained at the U.S. border with Mexico continues to rise, with more than 6,700 taken into custody in December alone, according to the latest figures released this week.


The number is a jump from roughly 5,600 detained in November and 4,973 in October, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Compared to same three-month period in 2014, the number of apprehensions in 2015 represents a 117% jump.


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Just Mercy: Race and the Criminal Justice System by Stanford Alumni Association [VIDEO]

Just Mercy: Race and the Criminal Justice System by Stanford Alumni Association [VIDEO] | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it
Watch Stanford Alumni Association's 1/13 Just Mercy: Race and the Criminal Justice System on Livestream.com. Roundtable conversation featuring Bryan Stevenson, Jennifer Eberhardt, Gary Segura, Robert Weisberg, JD ’79, and Katie Couric. OpenXChange is a year-long, student-focused initiative on campus that aims to encourage meaningful dialogue around tough issues. This is the first in a series of discussions with Stanford faculty and global experts on criminal justice, inequality and international conflict.
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Bryan Stevenson is a power house for social justice. He's a defense attorney and author with 21 honorary doctorate degrees. Listen closely to what he's telling us. The auditorium was packed, including the overflow room. I was sent away with this link to the live stream.

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Canada Denies Asylum to African-American Man Fearing Police Violence

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Canada Denies Asylum to African-American Man Fearing Police Violence


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Spotlight on DePaul University: Resources for Undocumented Students

Spotlight on DePaul University: Resources for Undocumented Students | Community Village Daily | Scoop.it

DePaul University is the largest private university in Chicago, Illinois with almost 25,000 students. The university is deeply committed to supporting undocumented students:


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Frances Cress Welsing

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Dr Frances Cress Welsing (1935-2016), a Black American psychiatrist, used her psychiatric training and experience to understand racism (White supremacy). She built on the ideas of Carl Jung and Neely Fuller. In 1970 she came out with “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)”. That was later expanded into a book, “The Isis Papers” (1991). She passed away yesterday morning, January 2nd.


She grew up in Chicago. Her mother was a teacher, her father and grandfather were doctors. She went to Antioch College and Howard University College of Medicine. She worked most of her life as a psychiatrist in metropolitan Washington, DC, working especially with emotionally troubled schoolchildren.


Just as Frantz Fanon kept coming up against the effects of colonialism in his patients, so she kept coming up against White racism in hers:

“I knew I had to understand racism to help solve the mental health problems of black people.”


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Rest in peace Dr. Frances Cress Welsing 

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Mumia Abu Jamal: When a Child Dies

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Newsbreak: Cleveland officials announce no charges to be files in the police killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.


There is something shattering about the death, the killing, of a child. When a child dies the natural order is torn, the stars weep and the earth quakes. We have become so accustomed to this system we suppose it is natural instead of a human imposition. Politicians in the pocket of so called police unions bow before bags of silver and blink away the death of a child – especially if a black child.


What man-made institution is more precious than a child? What job? What so called profession? What office? What state? When a child dies, adults don’t deserve to breathe their stolen air. When a child dies, the living must not rest until they have purged the poison that dared harm such a one. When a child dies, time runs backward and attempts to right such a wrong.


This should inspire movements worldwide to fight like never before. For something vile has happened before our eyes. A child has been killed, and in America – because it’s a black child – it means next to nothing.


From Imprisoned Nation, this is Mumia Abu Jamal.

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