Red circle with diagonal line through it indicating "no" and the words Racism behind

Saturday, March 3, 2pm
Corner of North Broadway and High Street, Clintonville
The neo-Nazi group Patriot Front posted flyers up and down Indianola recently in broad daylight. Local residents removed the flyers and they were replaced by 10pm that evening. Nazis are living and organizing in Clintonville in order to build a base. According to their rhetoric, these guys want to kill people and they're not kidding around. This is the third or fourth flyering in Clintonville in addition to those in Westerville, Worthington, Hilliard, and Dublin in the last few months. It's time to stand up and fight! 

Remarks at Saint Mary’s Hall, San Antonio, Texas, March 1, 2018
Accompanying Powerpoint.

It should come as no surprise to anyone that the Donald Trump administration has recently affirmed that it has a perfect legal right to remain in Syria as long as it wishes because it is fighting terrorism. The argument goes something like this: Congress has approved a bill that permits the US military to seek out and destroy al-Qaeda and associated groups wherever they may be. It is part of what is referred to as the Authorization to Use Military Force or AUMF. According to the White House, an associated group, the Islamic State in Syria (ISIS), remains currently active in Syria and the United States military presence is therefore legal until the group is completely eliminated, requiring no additional legislation or authority to remain in the country.

How close, how intimate, have you ever gotten with Greenland?

new documentary called Stella Polaris, directed by Yatri Niehaus — part of Chicago’s tenth annual Peace on Earth Film Festival — takes you on a meditative journey to this lonely, extraordinary island, to its melting ice, its rampaging waters and crumbling glaciers, where climate change is a part of daily life, and where the native people have wisdom and heart to offer the rest of us.

BANGKOK, Thailand -- A Belorussian woman and her nine companions from
Russia and Belarus, who are in jail for sex-related activity in
Thailand, sent a letter to the U.S. Embassy pleading for asylum in
exchange for alleged criminal evidence concerning Russians who may be
linked to President Trump.
   The 10 jailed people include Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belorussian
"mistress" of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, their handwritten
signed letter said.
   Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodkho and Russian
opposition leader Alexei Navalny were also named in their letter which
said "U.S. relations with Russia" and "very important information for
USA" were involved.
   "We have photo-video-audio of crymes [sic] of Russian government.
And I give them USA if you help us," it said according to Khaosod
English, a Thailand-based online news service which published a
photograph of the letter.
   Addressed "To USA Consul" it was written by Alexander Kirillov, a
Russian also known as Alex Lesley, who was jailed along with the

Words Arab Night against a light pink background

Friday, March 2, 7:30-10:30pm, Ohio Union [Performance Hall], 1739 N. High St.

The Arab Student Union [ASU] is extremely excited to present Arab Night 2018!

Come out and see what makes the Arab world so unique and beautiful with a night full of live performances that will include dabke, live poetry, classic music, a fashion show, an art show, and much, much more.

Admission to Arab Night is free; however, if you want to get the best seat in the house, along with some ASU goodies, you can purchase VIP tickets here: The proceeds will be donated to Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS).

This event will begin at 7:30pm sharp in the Performance Hall on the first floor of the Ohio Union, 1739 N. High St.

We would like to thank the following student organizations:

• Lebanese Student Organization

• Organization of Arab Students at The Ohio State University

• Syrian Student Union at The Ohio State University

Join us in making Arab Night an event to remember!

Hosted by Arab Student Union at The Ohio State University.

Pink and blue background like a map or grid, a photo of a pretty young black woman with a black dress in the top right and words Columbus, Black in the Day wed, Feb 28 6:30-8:30

Wednesday, February 28, 6:3-8:30pm
St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 30 W. Woodruff Ave., Columbus

General misleads voters on weapon of mass destruction F-35

here was a time when pretty much every American understood that the US Constitution provides for civilian control of the military. And there was a time when Americans understood that uniformed military were not to engage in civilian politics. Generals were free to be presidents or other high-ranking officials, but not till they were out of the military. Retired officers remain subject to a less stringent military code regarding political activity. The current president relies on several former generals, despite the five-year ban on such service, because it was waived.

Britain’s Kneehigh theatre company is back for its third Beverly Hills foray at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, presenting an impressionistic bio-play about Russian Jewish painter Marc Chagall (Marc Antolin) and writer Bella Rosenfeld (Daisy Maywood). They are the eponymous couple depicted in playwright Daniel Jamieson’s two-character The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk. Unlike director Emma Rice’s two previous Kneehigh Productions at the Wallis, Noël Coward’s Brief Encounter and 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips, Lovers is much less full-throated and ambitious.



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