Heidi Camacho

Apr 21

mygeneralblog:

Awesome way to start a book… This is going to be an interesting read. #partylikeajournalist #shitjournalistssay #journalism

mygeneralblog:

Awesome way to start a book… This is going to be an interesting read. #partylikeajournalist #shitjournalistssay #journalism

Apr 20

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Mar 29

todaysdocument:

This March 29, 1960 advertisement is an exhibit from the court case Abernathy v Patterson involving Martin Luther King, Jr. The advertisement calls for support of the civil rights movement and is signed by 100 prominent citizens. 
See more in the online exhibit Documented Rights

todaysdocument:

This March 29, 1960 advertisement is an exhibit from the court case Abernathy v Patterson involving Martin Luther King, Jr. The advertisement calls for support of the civil rights movement and is signed by 100 prominent citizens. 

See more in the online exhibit Documented Rights

Mar 24

[video]

nbcnightlynews:

BREAKING NEWS: 108 names on the list of missing or unaccounted for in Washington state mudslide, officials say

nbcnightlynews:

BREAKING NEWS: 108 names on the list of missing or unaccounted for in Washington state mudslide, officials say

[video]

npr:

Starting Today, Find NPR Shows And Newscasts On iTunes Radio

npr:

Starting Today, Find NPR Shows And Newscasts On iTunes Radio

ilovecharts:

via NJ

ilovecharts:

via NJ

Mar 21

[video]

humanrightswatch:


Colombia: Disappearances Plague Major Port
Paramilitary successor groups have abducted and disappeared scores, and possibly hundreds, of residents of the largely Afro-Colombian port of Buenaventura. Thousands of residents have been fleeing their homes in the city each year, making Buenaventura the municipality with the highest level of ongoing forced displacement in Colombia today.A recent HRW report documents how many of the city’s neighborhoods are dominated by powerful criminal groups that commit widespread abuses, including abducting and dismembering people, sometimes while still alive, then dumping them in the sea. The groups maintain “chop-up houses” (casas de pique) where they slaughter victims, according to witnesses, residents, the local Catholic church, and some officials.
Read more.
Photo: Criminal investigators remove a body from a crime scene in the Ciudadela Comfamar neighborhood of Buenaventura. November 2013. © 2013 Stephen Ferry

humanrightswatch:

Colombia: Disappearances Plague Major Port

Paramilitary successor groups have abducted and disappeared scores, and possibly hundreds, of residents of the largely Afro-Colombian port of Buenaventura. Thousands of residents have been fleeing their homes in the city each year, making Buenaventura the municipality with the highest level of ongoing forced displacement in Colombia today.

A recent HRW report documents how many of the city’s neighborhoods are dominated by powerful criminal groups that commit widespread abuses, including abducting and dismembering people, sometimes while still alive, then dumping them in the sea. The groups maintain “chop-up houses” (casas de pique) where they slaughter victims, according to witnesses, residents, the local Catholic church, and some officials.

Read more.

Photo: Criminal investigators remove a body from a crime scene in the Ciudadela Comfamar neighborhood of Buenaventura. November 2013. © 2013 Stephen Ferry