Monthly Archives: May 2011

Odd Future in a World that Allows Rape

“In 12 years, there have been 6 million dead men and women in Congo and 1.4 million people displaced. Hundreds and thousands of women and girls have been raped and tortured. Babies as young as 6 months, women as old … Continue reading

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Unions, Business and the State

I listened to this episode of the Diane Rehm Show last night and became increasingly depressed about China’s human rights record. While already long aware of China’s ongoing crackdown on Falun Gong adherents and artists like Ai Weiwei (where is he?), … Continue reading

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My Tattoo

First of all, I don’t have a tattoo. However, if and when I do get inked, this is what I envision. On my left arm, I want to get an old woodcut of a phoenix rising from the flames. In … Continue reading

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