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Are you on the terrorism blacklist? Maybe, but you can't do anything about it.

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Last week, a Vice News investigation revealed that a terrorism blacklist database, known as World-Check and founded in 1999, contains 2.7 million entries, many of them Muslim individuals and organizations.

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Not Rex: On the Flint Michigan water crisis

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After taking office in 2011, Governor Rick Snyder decreed tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy and cuts pensions and "other efficiencies" to pay for them.

One of these efficiencies was to force residents to drink out of the Flint river instead of Lake Huron. Ever since, Flint's tap water has been loaded with lead.

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TransRights BC launches Know Your Rights

TransRights BC has been building awareness and activism in the Trans community for years.  These know your right guides are provide a comprehensive set of `know your rights`guides that are very useful to people in the community and allies.

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Lady Gaga just released what may be the most important video of the year

Lady Gaga just released a video about sexual assault, specifically against college women.  It is tough to watch and could be triggering.  If you would like to see it click here.  It is a song, but maybe a song will help a few people feel less alone and stigmatized, maybe it will provide the support to report the crime.

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Indigenous women and girls with disabilities bigger targets of sexual violence

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Researchers reveal City of Vancouver's deeper involvement in forced sale of Japanese Canadian property

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Photos: Twitter photos of yesterday's protests against the TPP in Auckland.
| February 5, 2016

Attempted justice: Four lessons from the Forcillo verdict

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Within hours of the shooting of 18 year old Sammy Yatim on a Toronto streetcar in July of 2013, people were in the streets, outraged at the death of yet another person in crisis at the hands of the police.

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Indigenous women fastest-growing inmate population in Canada, says report

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The disproportionate representation of Aboriginal people in Canada's prision population has recently been brought back to attention by Howard Sapers, the Correctional Investigator of Canada.

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Why is Netflix cracking down on essential privacy tools?

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When David Fullagar, Netflix Vice President of Content Delivery Architecture, announced recently that the company would be cracking down on users who employ privacy tools while watching Netflix, you could practically hear the groans reverberate across the globe.

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