Category: Museum and Memorial

How to make an outfit to support Jerusalem’s Mitzpeh

A little while ago, I saw a couple of people in a store wearing a head scarf, a hijab, and a turban.One of them, a young Palestinian girl, was walking the sidewalk.It was her second time shopping in Jerusalem.She was very much excited about her trip, but she also...

A look at the trials and sentences handed down in New York’s largest city

By the time Robert Kennedy was acquitted in the JFK assassination, he had already been convicted of numerous other crimes and served prison time.The city’s Supreme Court had convicted him of fraud, extortion, racketeering, and murder in 1962, and the city had also convicted him for a violent crime...

How the Internet has changed the way we shop

By the time the world’s largest online retailer, eBay, launched its online shopping service in the United States in 2008, it was already the second-largest online retailer in the world.That year, it surpassed Amazon.com to become the world leader in online sales.By the summer of 2011, it had become...

How to find the perfect courtroom for a cyber-criminal?

Posted by John Baird on Friday, October 19, 2018 06:00:02As a former chief justice of the Supreme Court, I am not averse to the occasional cyber-crime, and in fact, I often find myself using the internet for legal work.But I am also mindful of the cyber-slavery and degradation of...

What the ‘justice’ network is doing with the internet

On Monday, the Supreme Court announced a decision to take down a controversial website for posting “insulting” and “hateful” images of a woman’s face.The decision to block The Daily Stormer, a white nationalist website that hosts thousands of posts about race, was the latest in a series of legal...

How to avoid paying a price to protect the environment

A new report from a group of environmental groups says the federal government is not only failing to protect Canada’s environment but is encouraging more oil and gas exploration, which is polluting the air and water.The report from the Environment Canada Environmental Integrity Institute said the government is using...

Why I am proud to have a feminist art collection

I have a collection of feminist art that I’m proud to be a part of.The collection is a mix of my own personal work, work by other feminist artists and a variety of feminist artists.I’ve been a feminist artist for over 10 years and I’ve always been proud to...

Flash justice league to start July 7 in Portland, Oregon

Flash justice leagues are being formed in Portland and Seattle, and they’re aimed at combating racial injustice.“We want to start the year with something that’s going to be really fun for the community,” said Melissa Gee, president of the Justice League League for Color, which will be formed at...

Facebook is working on ‘big data’ that could help combat hate speech

Facebook is developing a tool that it hopes can help prevent hate speech on the social network, as it seeks to curb the spread of the so-called “viral contagion.”The company is also working to expand its efforts to counter hate speech online and improve its ability to detect and...