5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Go See Selma

Should be a gooooood movie!


1) It’s historically accurate
The events in the film actually happened. Martin Luther King Jr. did go to Selma and he did lead a march there. History is important, but it is often ignored. This film does a great job of showing history in an accurate yet entertaining light. It is a film that people of all ages can learn from.

2) It teaches about racism and social justice
The Selma march was caused by people being denied their rights. Both African Americans and women had had the right to vote for over 40 years. African American men had actually had the right to vote for nearly a hundred years by the time the Selma march happened. But they were denied that right as a result of continuing racism. Selma teaches about the affects racism can have on people and it shows the importance of standing up for what is…

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More Surveys on Religious Discrimination

An interesting survey on religion


Here are two new surveys on religion:

http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=vvaqodd0equ2y21474850 – About situations faced by Atheists

http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=pi387nzvmo8dklc474867 – About situations faced by Christians

An update on my religious surveys:

http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=3zolzpi3k1lwc7s470898 – 7%
http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=t2k9uo23mlnmklk470896 – 6%
http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=85koff95iqwpme3470893 – 6%

Please do and share these surveys so that I can finish my project as soon as possible.

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2015 and a Start of Something New…

2014 was a fairly good year overall, if you weren’t a Malaysian Airlines passenger, or Air Asia one for that matter.  A Ukrainian, Syrian, Libyan, or other poor soul made to move along because some ideologue wants to kill another and create a supreme blah blah…. what was I on about?  Oh yea.  Refugees.  The Cold war seems to be reigniting, Ebola is everywhere, it’s dangerous to be a journalist and offensive fascism is beginning to really become part of a mainstream idea.  Kinda feels like shit actually.

A new year, with new ideas.


Stay tuned!


Walter Liisberg