When I decided on the name for this paper I was 35. Now I am 67, going on 35.
“If you don’t stand up for people in trouble, one day you’ll be in trouble and there’ll be nobody there.”
Why do the 1960s, their spirit and substance, have such a unique aura for Baby Boomers and Millennials alike?
I’m not saying it’s easy. I’ve been at it for seven years now and I’m still learning my third/fourth language — Spanish.
You might think that after a distinguished career as a human-rights crusader, Irwin Cotler might settle into a comfortable retirement.
On September 13, Dawson College will mark the 10th anniversary of the shooting that took the life of first-semester student Anastasia De Sousa, injured 16 others, and traumatized an entire learning community.
It is imperative to keep Homa Hoodfar’s story alive even when there is no breaking news, says Marguerite Mendell, a close friend and colleague of the a respected Concordia professor detained in Iran