This $56,199-Per-Year Loyola University Campus Offers ‘Self-Identified White Students’ A Safe Space To Feel Guilty

By Eric Owens | 28 March 2017

THE DAILY CALLER — Loyola University Chicago offers a campus club “for self-identified White students” to admit their own racist feelings and to complain about the racism they perceive around themselves.

The segregated “affinity group,” called Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness, allows all students “who self-identify as White” to talk about their “anger and confusion about institutional racism” and to confess “guilt and hope about internalized racism.” Members can also “examine what it means to be White” and “begin the journey of operating in solidarity with others and their privilege.”

Students interested in joining Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness can’t just decide to start showing up at meetings. No, no.

Like other white affinity groups in the United States — such as, say, the white supremacist organization American Vanguard — Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness is a closed group. […]

Hundreds of Thousands Gather in Massive Protest to US-Sponsored Saudi Terrorism in Yemen

By Claire Bernish | 27 March 2017

FREE THOUGHT PROJECT — Sana’a, Yemen — Hundreds of thousands took to the streets in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a to protest the second anniversary of the invasion by Saudi Arabia, as well as the ongoing military offensive by the loosely U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition of nine nations attempting to crush the Shia Houthi rebellion.

“I participated in the protests against the aggression (by the Saudi-led coalition), maybe our voice will be heard by the world over to stop the war,” the Associated Press quoted protester, Ahmed Mohsen, who, along with war-weary throngs of others — participated to try to call attention to the U.S.’ other major conflict.

“Two years of wanton violence and bloodshed, thousands of deaths and millions of people desperate for their basic rights to food, water, health and security,” railed UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, “enough is enough.”

Although official crowd totals have not been confirmed, immense crowds clogged the capital city’s streets as supportive and direct actions by the United States military ratcheted up significantly in recent weeks under the nascent Trump administration. […]

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Future geniuses may be suffocated by too much “structured” knowledge in education and science, warn scientists

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Almost a dozen raw milk bills to be voted on this spring

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