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How to Start a Petition

How to Start a Petition

Everyone feels passionate about something or other in their life at some point. Taking action sometimes requires petitioning. Here are some simple tips on how to go about the process of starting a petition. • First of all put the issue into words. This will be your opening statement in the petition. Don’t worry if it sounds bad the first time, it will require some rewriting and editing before... [Read more]

Will Utah Follow Arizona?

Will Utah Follow Arizona?

Lawmakers in Utah are heatedly arguing the necessity of an immigration law similar to the one implemented in Arizona. The law known as SB 1070 was implemented in Arizona recently to deal with the problem of illegal immigration. From the time it was announced, the law has caused controversy and some lawmakers in Utah want none of that in their State. The core premise of SB 1070 is basically that a person... [Read more]

How to Organize a Protest

How to Organize a Protest

f you care about something deeply enough you will feel compelled to do something about it. But sometimes your cause will require action that is a little more aggressive than usual. This does not mean that you have to resort to violence; instead, it means that you should find a more visible way of making your concerns known, like through a protest march. The first step is to figure out whether you are... [Read more]

How to Prepare for Government Protest Crackdowns

How to Prepare for Government Protest Crackdowns

An insecure or corrupt government will never let dissent go without punishment. If you are organizing a protest against such a government you must be prepared for consequences. The protest can be a peaceful sit in, a march to a significant place or even a violent measure (although this should not be a consideration). Whatever happens, you can expect an aggressive reply from the government. If this... [Read more]

How to get through Government Internet Filters

How to get through Government Internet Filters

Article written by Online education portal Censorship of media is a practice that governments all over the world have resorted to at one time or the other. Implementing filters for the Internet is yet another practice of this. If it blocks child pornography, extreme violence and gore etc., this is well and good; but it is unacceptable when it blocks freedom of speech. If you are facing a situation... [Read more]

Therapeutic Boarding Schools 101

Parents of troubled teens have a difficult time deciding whether it is the right solution to send their children to boarding school. With so many American boarding schools available across the country, conducting research to select the best school can be very overwhelming. Here are a few things to consider when researching boarding schools for your troubled teen. The most important factor to consider... [Read more]

Iran streets getting ready for another big protest

Iran streets getting ready for another big protest

Life in the capital of Iran seems eerily normal on the eve of what will likely be one of the larger demonstrations in recent weeks. Indeed, many fear it may be the bloodiest of all. But, as the city waits, punk skateboarders show off their moves to the thump-thump of French electro at Enqelab Sports Complex. Groups of women in chadors amble by the fragrant booths of spice dealers at the city’s... [Read more]

Update from Iranian Twitter

Update from Iranian Twitter

I’m NiteOwl AKA Josh Shahryar – twitter.com/iran_translator on twitter. I’m a journalist and a human rights activist and NOT Iranian. This is a compilation of news from Iran that I’ve gathered through twitter and Iranian sites that were advertised on twitter. Remember, this is all from tweets. (My work is released under Creative Commons (CC).) These are the important happenings... [Read more]

A group of clerics in Iran has called Iran’s presidential vote invalid

A group of clerics in Iran has called Iran’s presidential vote invalid, contradicting official results. On Saturday, former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said that post-election events had caused bitterness. An influential group of religious scholars seen as politically neutral during the presidential election called the country’s highest election arbiter, the Guardian Council, biased,... [Read more]

Iran to put British Embassy staff on Trial

Iran has arrestest British Embassy staff and is going to put them on trial for fomenting postelection turmoil. The announcement fueled calls in Europe for tougher action against Iran. Britain is pressing for members of the European Union to pull their ambassadors out of Tehran to protest the staffers’ arrests last week. After quashing the street demonstrations, Iran’s leadership has been... [Read more]

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