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Reading Time: 5 minutesOriginally posted by The Michigan Daily. It’s almost inarguable that today’s political climate is polarizing. But another polarizing sub-climate is among activists who desire social change. During a classic 2 a.m. conversation in the Fishbowl, a friend and I came to a conclusion. There are two prominent styles among those who mobilize

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Reading Time: 6 minutesOriginally published in The Michigan Daily Sunday, October 2, 2016 – 4:59pm More like this Op-Ed: Leave the Locker Room, Trump Trump outlines economic plan amid protests Anu Roy-Chaudhury: The very un-American American In perhaps one of the most memorable lines from the comical first presidential debate, candidate Hillary Clinton

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOriginally published in Pakistan Daily Times I was living in New Jersey in the summer of 2011 when Governor Chris Christie appointed Sohail Muhammed to the bench of the Superior Court of New Jersey. Almost immediately, the governor faced a serious backlash from the conservative right, which attacked his move

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOriginally published in On Faith Mariam Yahya Ibrahim Ishag is a 27-year-old woman in Sudan who has been sentenced to the death penalty for the charge of apostasy based on the allegation that she was born a Muslim but has embraced Christianity and then married a Christian man. The Sudanese

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Reading Time: 4 minutes    Originally published in the Duluth News Tribune   Since last month, America has gone through tumultuous ideological battles, testing its political resolve on both national and international fronts. First, America came back from the brink of unilaterally bombing Syria on renewed hopes that Syria will destroy its chemical

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Reading Time: 3 minutesOriginally Published on the Jsonline.com   A chord has struck with every parent in America – and possibly the world – after the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in Connecticut. Like all other parents, I find myself thinking, “It could have been my child.” We need to make laws that will