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SPHR McGill Apr 10
OCCUPATION IS A CRIME, CANCEL POLI 339
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SPHR McGill Apr 9
MCGILL STUDENTS: Sign on to this petition to show that you condemn the inherently discriminatory nature of the POLI 339 summer course happening at Hebrew University of Jerusalem!
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McGill Daily Commentary Apr 9
As the results of the election continue to roll in, here is a reminder that any outcome of this election now would mean continued apartheid and continued ethnic cleansing of Palestine
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Sam Apr 4
In December 2017, the U.S. officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. A week and a half ago, the U.S. officially recognized Israel's "sovereignty" over the Syrian Golan Heights. It should be obvious to everyone what's coming next: the annexation of the West Bank.
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McGill Daily Commentary Apr 1
Replying to @MD_Commentary
@mghobs writes a Part 2 to their January article "Critique of Imperial Reason," this time focusing on the ways in which Palestinian voices are systemically disregarded and suppressed.
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McGill Daily Commentary Apr 1
“The only way to counter historically racist ways of discussing the subaltern is to centre their experiences and their voices … it is not that the subaltern don’t speak: it is simply that you choose not to value their testimonies.”
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McGill Daily Commentary Mar 30
Normalized white supremacy, perpetuated by governments and by the silence of white people, caused the Christchurch massacre. Read our editorial here:
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Bee Khaleeli Mar 30
Replying to @BKhaleeli
Anyway— I wrote about this once, I stand by it
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Turtle Island to Palestine Mar 4
Reminder that gave an honorary doctorate to anti-Palestinian propagandist even after he appeared on hate promoting Rebel Media
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yasir Feb 18
Everything you hear about Venezuela is propaganda. We tried to move beyond that this week
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Bee Khaleeli Feb 18
So what’s going on at the AUS?
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McGill Daily Commentary Feb 17
Diet culture is a multi-billion dollar industry that produces and profits off of a sexist and fatphobic rhetoric. spills the (detox) tea in this week’s article.
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John Robert Sylliboy Feb 15
Will there be a name change? And why does one person have all that power to do so?
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Rania Khalek Feb 9
While the media was celebrating Nancy Pelosi for clapping weird at Trump, she released a statement supporting Trump’s attempted coup in Venezuela.
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McGill Daily Commentary Feb 8
“White privilege allows young white men an unfathomably low standard of behaviour...” Check out our new article on the privilege of the Covington Catholic Students.
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George Ciccariello-Maher Feb 5
Recognising Juan Guaidó risks a bloody civil war in Venezuela | Temir Porras Ponceleon
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Dimitri Lascaris Feb 7
An excellent op-ed in asks: why did give an honorary doctorate of laws to far-right hate-monger of ? And why is McGill now covering up the facts on which it based its indefensible decision?
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venezuelanalysis.com Feb 4
If you arent on board for a peaceful solution... whats left?
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CJPME Feb 2
An excellent editorial explaining why opposing occupation in all its forms is so important!👏 It is impossible for universities and government institutions to be apolitical or neutral on these issues. Failure to stand for justice makes us complicit.
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McGill Daily Commentary Jan 30
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