The Windrush Scandal Cover Up

by Millicent Henry

Posted on 24 February 2019


Windrush Scandal Cover Up.

“HMT Empire Windrush”; originally “MV Monte Rosa”, was a passenger liner and cruise ship, launched in Germany 1930s and used as a German Navy Troopship during World War ll captured by the British and renamed. The Empire Windrush; is best remembered today for bringing one o ...

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Shamima Begum, ISIS Bride New Born Delivered Welcome Back.

by Millicent Henry

Posted on 18 February 2019


Shamima Begum, ISIS Bride New Born Delivered Welcome Back.

I had to say something about this, since it has been about 2 weeks of media blackout of the ‘Windrush’ adults and children being collected, held and forcibly removed, their invitation illegally revoked from England based on lies.


Home Secretary Sajid Javid and other Government ...

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Broken Promises, Broken UK - Universal Credit

by Millicent Henry

Posted on 19 December 2018


Broken Promises, Broken UK - Universal Credit by Millicent Henry

I wonder with the ‘screams ‘of Brexit overpowering our airways, television and senses; if any ‘MPs’ has had the time to look over their shoulders at those who, turned up at the polling stations, hoping to be heard and see a change of a new coat to keep them warm and secure ...

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Black or White, All Lives Matter, Part II

by Andre Gee

Posted on 15 June 2016


Black Lives Matter, All Lives matter

Part one of this piece--printed in Impact magazine--focused on Black community organizations who misconstrue the purpose of the Black Lives Matter movement. Also lost-in-the-sauce are people who think the term Black Lives Matter implies other lives don't. The circumstance has given rise to the #A ...

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Little Big Woman: An Interview With Activist Medea Benjamin

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 16 February 2017


Little Big Woman: An Interview With Activist Medea Benjamin

Though probably best known for her disruptive behavior in committee hearings on Capitol Hill or interrupting a Donald Trump speech, Medea Benjamin’s activist “career” is 41 years long and filled with many battles, wins, and losses. Beginning with the Vietnam War, she has been a ...

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Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 11 April 2016


Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative

Bryan Stevenson is the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) in Montgomery, Alabama. He is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated, and the condemned. Under his leadership, EJI has won major legal ...

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Yvonne Pointer-Lighting the way

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 28 March 2016


Yvonne Pointer, lighting the way

“No matter what you like, start somewhere, get out there and do something remarkable.” Yvonne Pointer


Yvonne Pointer is a nationally known anti-violence activist, author, motivational speaker, philanthropist, and member of the Ohio Women's Hall of Fame. She is ...

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