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Thursday, 28 May 2009

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Weekly Pulse: Sotomayor an Enigma on Abortion
By Lindsay Beyerstein, TPM MediaWire Blogger

Yesterday, Sonia Sotomayor became the first Latina and the third woman
ever nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court. She is currently a federal judge
on New York's 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Born to Puerto Rican immigrant
parents and raised by her mother in the housing projects of the South
Bronx, Sotomayor went on to attend college at Princeton and law school at
Yale. George H.W. Bush appointed her to the U.S. District Court in 1991
and Bill Clinton "promoted" her to the 2nd Circuit in 1998.

Political Scientist Scott Lemieux writes for TAPPED that, in light of her
distinguished resume and inspiring biography, Sotomayor's
confirmation
is all but assured:
[…] Obama cited three criteria in choosing Sotomayor: 1) her
intellectual capacity (as demonstrated in her sterling academic record,
her success as an assistant district attorney, and her distinguished
service as a federal judge); 2) her approach to judging based on her
opinions, which represent a high level
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From The APC Blog by mld on 27 May 2009Permalink

Thursday, 21 May 2009

APC Blog for 5/21/09

FAIR reports on hate speech, media activism and the First Amendment
Hate crimes against Hispanics an astonishing 40 percent between 2003 and 2007.  A UCLA professor looks at whether a media plays a role in hate crimes. 

As Blackwater reinvents itself as Xe and plans training facilities, In These Times reports on civilian groups fighting against private military contractors
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From The APC Blog by mld on 21 May 2009Permalink

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

APC goes to the movies!

RaceWire bloggers examine race and gender in the new Star Trek movie.  One blogger writes, "Let's just say that for women this Star Trek has NOT boldly gone anywhere."

Also in RaceWire…
In response to the recent murder of Mexican immigrant Luis Ramirez and the acquittal of the young white men who allegedly killed him, RaceWire's Jorge Rivas points to the 1987 documentary Who Killed Vincent Chin about the murder of a Chinese American man in Detroit and the community organizing and trial that followed. Writes Rivas, "May is the Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month. As part of APA Heritage Month, we owe it to Vincent and our community to remember how Asian Americans came together with other communities of color to demand justice for Vincent Chin. This time, we must do the same for Luis Ramirez."

Bitch blogger Nicole Georges has a new [...]More
From The APC Blog by mld on 13 May 2009Permalink

Friday, 08 May 2009

Pigs, Pumas, Cougars & Animal Liberation

"Piggish Capitalism" from Sirota at In These Times: "If you’re not pummeled by television reports about Wall Street oinkers, you’re bombarded by talk-radio rants about congressional pork and newspaper dispatches about swine flu."

We're really digging Bite Back magazine's News from the Front Lines, especially the notes associated with the white rabbit icon!

Daniel Albert at n+1 comments on GM's latest vehicle: "Their latest death throe is called the "Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility," an incredibly awkward name designed to yield the acronym P.U.M.A. The PUMA is a two-seater city car based on the Segway scooter, a vehicle which has done more to advance situation comedy than personal transportation."

More on disastrous felidae appropriation: a while back, a mention of "reality" show, [...]More
From The APC Blog by meb on 08 May 2009Permalink
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Fem: Publicación Feminista Mensual

Publisher
Difusíon Cultural Feminista, A. C.
Publisher URL
Editors
Esperanza Brito de Martí
Listed Since
1976
ISSN
01 8546665
OCLC
4122068
Readership
Readers intersted in feminism, issues that pertain to Mexican women, and the women's movement in Mexico
Reviewed In
  • LaGuardia, Cheryl, Bill Katz and Linda Sternberg Katz. Magazines for Libraries, 12th ed. New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 2003.

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