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Links of the Week 11 September 2009

This week’s links are light – the semester is in full effect. Hopefully, the links will be back to normal soon. Enjoy the few things I read last week. – DNMP Politico Top Five Click to Donate Not exactly an article but I just discovered that Care2.com has a site where you can click for … Continue reading

Africa / African Americans / Chile / Columbia / Cuba / Economy / Free Trade / Haiti / International / Latin America / Middle East / Obama Administration / Oldies But Goodies / RepĂșblica Dominicana / US Politics / Venezuela / Women

Clearing My Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 2

I’m still working on clearing my inbox. I have made a lot of progress. Here are more older links I have found while doing some Spring…err Summer Cleaning online. This time I will be more organized with the links. Part 3 coming soon… July Has American Apparel Gone Too Far? Check out this post about … Continue reading

African Americans / Economy / International / Kuwait / NonProfits / Women / World Politics

Clearing my Email Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 1

So one of my big tasks for this summer is to clear my inboxes…over 1000 messages in one inbox and about 700 in another. I decided to start with older messages. Enjoy these links that I found while doing some summer internet cleaning 😀 Top 10 Words of 2008 Madoff and Company Spent Nearly $1 … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 17 July 2009

Top Five (In Order) Report Identifies Characteristics of Sustainable Nonprofits Hello From Havana A very interesting breakdown of the ruling style of Raul Castro that includes his speaking style, sense of humor and policy changes since coming to power in 2008. Vice Presidency Has Changed Over The Years Interesting look at the position of the … Continue reading

Economy / Feminism / Food / International / International Organizations / Iran / Links of the Week / Loans / MĂ©xico / Media / Race / US House / US Senate / Women / Women and Politics

Links of the Week 26 June 2009

Top Five Student Loan Sinkhole This is definitely a lesser version of my own story dealing with student loan debt. A definite watch and a definite share. I do hope the government does something about this problem. Frankly, we could solve a lot of the economic crisis by offering loan forgiveness. I know I would … Continue reading

African Americans / Business / Defense Department / Health / Hillary Clinton / International / Iran / Joe Biden / Links of the Week / Media / Michelle Obama / Obama Administration / Women and Politics

Links of the Week 19 June 2009

Do you Twitter? DNMP Politico is now on Twitter – @dnmppolitico Top Five The Waves Minority Judges Always Make Please share this with anyone who is leaning towards the Sotomayor is a racist for her comments about women and minority judges. Iran Election Is Obama’s First Foreign Policy Test–And He’s Failing Palin vs Biden 2016 … Continue reading

Chile / Gender / International / Michelle Bachelet / US / US Politics / Women and Politics

Women, Power and Politics – NOW on PBS

In March, I volunteered for the Center for American Women in Politics‘ Ready to Run political training. During that time I had the honor of hearing and meeting PBS Senior Correspondent Maria Hinojosa. She is an amazing woman and I am so happy about her work at NOW on PBS. Last September, Maria Hinojosa did … Continue reading