Collar of Dissent? She Doth Protest Too Late and Sans Remorse
American History / civil rights / Law / Politics / Ruth Bader Ginsburg / Supreme Court / Women's Rights

Collar of Dissent? She Doth Protest Too Late and Sans Remorse

Subject of a book, a popular movie, praised for her admirable fitness regimen and now dissenting yet again on a 5-4 vote pushing back workers’ rights, yes, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg–affectionately monikered RBG, doth dissent.  Despite my respect for her brilliant legal mind and years of service, I now give her no credit … Continue reading

Anthropology / Arts & Culture / Culture / Film / Middle East / Women's Rights

Arabian Sights Film Fest-Washington, DC

“Ghadi” Steals the Show at Washington, DC’s Arabian Sights Film Festival The Arabian Sights Film Festival concluded its 19th season in Washington, DC last weekend with a sold-out last screening and a reception sponsored by the Algerian embassy.  Festival goers bought 2,000 tickets to see 9 new films from Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia, … Continue reading