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The separatist map of Africa: interactive | World news | guardian.co.uk When African states gained independence, the continent’s new leaders agreed to respect the old colonial borders to avoid endless wars. But separatist movements still abound My life after LulzSec:…

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A response to Judith Butler: I hear you | Mondoweiss Palestine always already signifies “threat” and Israel signifies all that is favorable. This imaginary is the result of the insidiousness of the politics of representation that are employed with respect…

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IPS — Book Exposes Violent Role of Paramilitaries in Haiti | Inter Press Service Haiti’s brutal army was disbanded in 1995, yet armed and uniformed paramilitaries, with no government affiliation, occupy former army bases today. President Michel Martelly, who has…

The Week on Sunday (weekly)

Digital Journalism: Lessons From New Orleans As we grapple with our own “federal character” palaver in the context of our own mismanaged federation, the African Americans over the years have had to struggle with how their complex diversity shapes their…

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Take your Women’s Day and shove it* | Helen Moffett Here’s an idea. Take your pathetic, meaningless, mind-blowingly expensive and stomach-churningly patronising Women’s Day and cancel it. Cancel the entire idea of “women’s month”. Tell me, what is the FUCKING…

No Cause for Celebration 1in9 Campaign disrupts Women’s Day celebration march