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From lone gunmen on hills to mass movements. Depressing as hell, really.
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3rd annual Genocide Awareness Week April 13-18 - SCC News

3rd annual Genocide Awareness Week April 13-18 - SCC News | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
The genocide of Ukrainians in Holodomor during the 1930s and the Kurd genocide inside Iraq are among a diverse lineup of topics, speakers and art exhibits to be featured during the 3rd annual Genocide Awareness Week April 13-18 at Scottsdale...

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50 Years *sigh*

50 Years *sigh* | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
Today, June 21st, is my birthday; I turn 50. I feel pretty much the same way I did when I wrote this two years ago, "A lifetime of so little progress is just too much."; only more so. *sigh* I was ...
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800 Dead Babies Discovered in Septic Tank Of Home for Unwed Mothers

800 Dead Babies Discovered in Septic Tank Of Home for Unwed Mothers | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
Police are investigating the discovery of 800 long-dead babies found in the septic tank at a home for unwed mothers in western Ireland. The Home (that is its actual name and, yes, it does sound freakishly ominous) housed thousands of pregnant and unwed — "fallen"— women between 1925 and 1961. The women left after they'd paid for their stay in indentured servitude. Their children, reports The Washington Post, may not have been so lucky.

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Did you know that George Washington Carver, the master scientist, was physically castrated at a very young ag by his White plantation owners?

Did you know that George Washington Carver, the master scientist, was physically castrated at a very young ag by his White plantation owners? | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

Back male slaves that were assigned to work in their master’s house were often castrated. 

Although it was the white slave owner that were raping their black slaves (males, females and children ) they —with an absurd degree of hypocrisy —believed that black males were sexual deviant that could not control their sexual urges.


The slave owners therefor believe that such castration of innocent Black boys was necessary to protect their daughters and...

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A Report from Occupied Territory

A Report from Occupied Territory | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
 Negroes have always held, the lowest jobs, the most menial jobs, which are now being destroyed by automation. No remote provision has yet been made to absorb this labor surplus. Furthermore, the Negro's education, North and South, remains, almost totally, a segregated education. And, the police treat the Negro like a dog.
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Published in July of 1966; on police brutality in New York and the race riots of 1964.

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Published in July of 1966; on police brutality in New York and the race riots of 1964.

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Published in July of 1966; on police brutality in New York and the race riots of 1964.

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NASA Study Concludes When Civilization Will End, And It's Not Looking Good for Us

NASA Study Concludes When Civilization Will End, And It's Not Looking Good for Us | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
According to a new study sponsored by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, we only have a few decades left before everything we know and hold dear collapses.

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Poverty & inequality play a large role

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Scandal in Old Baltimore: Wealthy Families “Adopted” Asylum Inmates and Turned Them Into Slaves

Scandal in Old Baltimore: Wealthy Families “Adopted” Asylum Inmates and Turned Them Into Slaves | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
The Rosewood Center (née the Maryland Asylum and Training School for the Feeble Minded, est. 1888) is an abandoned mental hospital on the outskirts of Baltimore. The state closed its doors only in 2009 after a mountain of angry complaints involving understaffing, patient abuse, and neglect. Much of the rotting...
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Fox Talk :: A Story of A Comfort Woman - Tattoo [English Translation]

Fox Talk :: A Story of A Comfort Woman - Tattoo [English Translation] | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

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Warning: Graphic violence. Not suitable for children

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Mystery Of Alexander The Great's Death Finally Solved?

Mystery Of Alexander The Great's Death Finally Solved? | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
Could wine containing a potentially lethal dose of a white flowering plant have caused the death of one of the world's most fearless leaders?

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The Master of the Murder Castle | Harper's Magazine

The Master of the Murder Castle | Harper's Magazine | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
  Viewed from the outside, the murder castle was simply a big ungainly building, one of the architectural monstrosities common in the nineties.
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The story of H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer.

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Body Snatchers of Old New York

Body Snatchers of Old New York | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

There was a lot to be afraid of in New York after the Revolutionary War. Burned buildings loomed out of dark, crooked streets, which met at strange angles. Fights broke out in the taverns, while thieves lurked in the shadows. Families huddled in shantytowns constructed out of ships’ canvasses, while garbage piled high on the corners. The city watch was nothing more than forty men with clubs.


Besides the thieves and the brawls, people feared the medical students. The young men in black suits who studied at Columbia College and New York Hospital did as their teachers from England and Scotland had done: they learned anatomy by dissecting bodies stolen from the local cemeteries. In London and Edinburgh, a quasi-professional class of grave-robbers known as the “Resurrection Men” dug fresh corpses from the cemeteries of the poor and brought them to the medical school. In eighteenth-century New York, the medical students robbed the graves themselves, sneaking into cemeteries on cold, moonless nights and carrying wooden shovels to avoid the loud scrape of metal on stone.


But the bodies on the dissecting tables in New York often had a different hue than the bodies in Europe.

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African - American slaves still serving after death.

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African - American slaves still serving after death.

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African - American slaves still serving after death.

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The Racism Filter (Or, Reading Between Race Lines by Skimming Lines)

The Racism Filter (Or, Reading Between Race Lines by Skimming Lines) | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

You need to keep scrolling, reading; because if you don’t, your lack of attention is as bad as the lack of context. And then “Well done Tumblr. You posted a picture without context and made two of the nicest people look like complete monsters.” becomes “Well done lazy reader. You now think two of the nicest people look like complete monsters.”


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What can happen when you are a sloppy writer/publisher, when you are a lazy reader.

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What can happen when you are a sloppy writer/publisher, when you are a lazy reader.

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Was Hitler evil?

Was Hitler evil? | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

"Was Hitler evil?

 

Most White Americans will say yes: he killed 6 million Jews in the Holocaust! But to avoid any double standard we should apply the same moral reasoning White Americans apply to their own history."


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Community Village Sites's curator insight, August 18, 2013 5:42 AM

I don't think the word 'evil' is helpful because that is a religious term.  

 

Would we say that someone born as a psychopath is evil? I suppose if one is religious they would say that.  

 

Psychopaths lack the neurophysiological “hardwiring” that enables them to care about people's feelings. 

 

Psychopathy affects approximately 1 percent of the United States general population and 20 percent to 30 percent of the male and female U.S. prison population. 


The danger in every community and nation is that it only takes one psychopath to get into a position of power (or get their hands on a gun) to end up doing massive harm. 


Click through to read Abagond's post - then we can ask ourselves if U.S. culture is evil or psychotic. 

Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, August 19, 2013 12:01 AM

We just had a similar talk at home with the kids while watching "Who Do You Think You Are?" (The episode with Chelsea Handler serching her German & Jewish family background.)

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Earliest Victim Of Child Abuse Seen In Ancient Cemetery

Earliest Victim Of Child Abuse Seen In Ancient Cemetery | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

A 2- to 3-year-old child from a Romano-Christian-period cemetery in Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt, shows evidence of physical child abuse, archaeologists have found.

 

...Whereas no particular fracture is diagnostic of child abuse, the pattern of trauma suggests it occurred. Additionally, the injuries were all in different stages of healing, which further signifies repeated nonaccidental trauma.

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Bogolan to Baghdad: Textiles Tell the Story of Genocide in Iraq

Bogolan to Baghdad: Textiles Tell the Story of Genocide in Iraq | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

In summer of 2006 I left my job working for Brown University's Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology to participate in a project in Iraq investigating mass graves for the Iraqi High Tribunal. My primary duty was analyzing "cultural objects" found in the graves of genocide victims. These objects included ballistic evidence, personal effects, and clothing. Clothing offered a particularly interesting window into the lives of the victims, revealing ethnic identity, gender, manner of death and more. Collectively and individually, clothing made a compelling line of evidence for telling the story of crimes against humanity.

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Culture wars: why attack heritage?

Culture wars: why attack heritage? | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it
The Nazi burning of books considered "Un-German" is only one of many historical examples of culture coming under attack.

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The Holocaust Just Got More Shocking

The Holocaust Just Got More Shocking | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

THIRTEEN years ago, researchers at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum began the grim task of documenting all the ghettos, slave labor sites, concentration camps and killing factories that the Nazis set up throughout Europe.

 

What they have found so far has shocked even scholars steeped in the history of the Holocaust.

 

The researchers have cataloged some 42,500 Nazi ghettos and camps throughout Europe, spanning German-controlled areas from France to Russia and Germany itself, during Hitler’s reign of brutality from 1933 to 1945.

 

...The documented camps include not only “killing centers” but also thousands of forced labor camps, where prisoners manufactured war supplies; prisoner-of-war camps; sites euphemistically named “care” centers, where pregnant women were forced to have abortions or their babies were killed after birth; and brothels, where women were coerced into having sex with German military personnel.

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Egypt won't rent Pyramids to foreign firms, says antiquities ministry

Egypt won't rent Pyramids to foreign firms, says antiquities ministry | Crimes Against Humanity | Scoop.it

The Egyptian antiquities ministry has rejected a proposal by the finance ministry to rent out the country's major archaeological sites to international tourism companies in an attempt to reduce the government's budget deficit.

 

Some archaeologists have called the proposal 'insulting' and 'humiliating.'

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When austerity goes too far... Talk about a true proposed sell-out! This would have been far worse than the use of a Beatles song in a commercial or something.

 

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