Monthly Archives: September 2019

Organizing Opportunity?

From today’s NY Times — Maybe we could get schools like Notre Dame to adopt the Duke-UNC curriculum . . . U.S. Orders Duke and U.N.C. to “Recast Tone” in Mideast Studies Caption — The chapel at Duke University. The … Continue reading

Posted in Governance

How We Do Science

from the Annual Report of the United Kingdom Overseas Conservation Forum

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Island Obliteration

This is simply a horrible story and I have no comment. . . . from Business Insider F-35s and F-15s just obliterated an entire Iraqi island to root out ISIS fighters by Ellen Ioanes        Sep. 10, 2019, 12:55 PM US … Continue reading

Posted in Governance, Small Island

Barbuda Two Years After Hurricane Irma — Same ol’, same ol’

Not, we all hope, a model for the reconstruction of the northern Bahamas after Dorian. from the on-line Antigua Newsroom, as linked for us by Kevel Lindsay < > Barbuda Two Years After Hurricane Irma September 5, 2019 (PRESS RELEASE) … Continue reading

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The Unbreakable Virgin Islanders — 2017 was REALLY TOUGH.

Article from the St. John Tradewinds < > Filmmaker Focuses on ‘Unbreakable Virgin Islanders’ By Tradewinds Staff – September 3, 2019 Photo Caption: Peter Bailey introduces his documentary to a group of Virgin Islanders at the Helen Mills Theater … Continue reading

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