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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Few Indians joined Black Power in 1970

Trinidad and Tobago: Saturday April 21st marks the 48th anniversary of the declaration of the State of Emergency to quell the Black Power Revolution in Trinidad in 1970. The uprising was led by Makandal Daaga and his chey-la [disciple], Kafra Kambon, of the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC). Comment

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Is there data privacy & protection to poor customers?

Viewpoints: Matthew Soursourian and Michael Joyce, the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP)* WASHINGTON DC, April 9, 2018 (IPS) - Research increasingly demonstrates that poor customers, just like other customers, value their privacy and care deeply about the protection of their personal data. But what do providers think about obtaining, using, storing and sharing personally identifiable information? Comment

Wrapped in a sea of plastic

Viewpoints: By now most of us have read that plastic, that incredibly useful product that all of us use every day, is fast becoming public enemy number one. We have been using plastics for decades and as a result, plastic is everywhere: in our fish, in our food, in our oceans, in our waste water treatment systems, and in our public spaces. We use pl Comment

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