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Naomi Klein’s "Shock Doctrine"

Seven years after the publication of "No Logo" launched her career as a populist, anti-globalization guru, Canada’s Naomi Klein is back in bookstores this (...)

| September 2007 | 942 views

Racism is Dead, Long Live Racism!

In this first of his five-part article, Dr. Charles Quist-Adade, Sociology professor at Kwantlen University College, Surrey, B.C., Canada, sheds light on (...)

| August 2007 | 1371 views

Hi-Tech concerts for Planet Earth and 7-7-7

By Abayomi Charles Roberts in Edmonton, Canada Saturday July 7, 2007 had a special meaning - bordering on superstition - to millions of people all (...)

| July 2007 | 866 views

Plot to destroy Zim economy exposed

Shocking details of a major plot by the British and American governments to bring Zimbabwe’s economy down to its knees and incite an uprising against the (...)

| July 2007 | 1772 views

Darkness Over Paradise to be Screened June 16

Darkness Over Paradise is a documentary that was developed to expose the atrocities committed during the civil war in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Another (...)

| June 2007 | 5142 views

Black Poet Wins Prestigious Award

By Jeffrey Thomas USINFO Staff Writer Black poet Lucille Clifton(photo) has won the 2007 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, one of the most prestigious (...)

| May 2007 | 1081 views

The World’s Most Repressive Regimes

Freedom House PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE World’s Most Repressive Regimes Resistant to Change Sudan, North Korea and Uzbekistan are (...)

| May 2007 | 82278 views

Today is World Press Freedom Day

IFJ(International Federation of Journalists) Africa statement on the World Press Freedom Day. May 3, 2007. Impunity should no longer be tolerated (...)

| May 2007 | 825 views

Yahoo! teams up with Canada for U-20 World Cup

By Abayomi Charles Roberts in Edmonton “The Mexico edition in 1983 has had the largest accumulative audience registered at FIFA - 1, 155,160, according (...)

| April 2007 | 912 views

Bank Staff Asks Wolfowitz to Resign

By Jeannine Aversa. World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz(photo) acknowledged Thursday that he erred in helping a close female friend get (...)

| April 2007 | 800 views