Seshat Easu

I am a full-time mom, a part-time writer, and an over-time student of life. I am dedicated to continuously educating myself about the world and sharing what I learn with others, especially with my children.
 
My interests include sociology and culture, politics and history, homeschooling and unschooling, mythology, psychology, philosophy, sustainability, technology, and anything else that helps me understand current events and how they have developed.

Joined since November 9, 2011

Occupy Christmas: Protest Santa’s Workshop

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

Buy More Stuff, Black Friday 2010

This holiday season many people are choosing to Occupy Christmas. (more…)

The Fight For Human Rights in Afghanistan

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Afghan Elections 2009 (Kandahar) / Élections afghanes 2009 (Kandahar)

In a rare triumph of human rights in Afghanistan, a young woman who was jailed for “zina” (adultery) has been pardoned by President Karzai. (more…)

DNA Testing for the Wrongly Convicted

Friday, November 18th, 2011

DNA Evidence Frees Man Convicted Of Bronx Rape 21 Years Ago:  Alan Newton is my Hero

Advancements in forensic DNA testing are expected to improve the efficacy of our criminal justice system, but is the technology being utilized as it ought to be?

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Can the Occupy Wall Street Movement Keep the Peace?

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

from the bridge, thousands marching

While the Occupy Wall Street movement officially discourages violence at protests, there have been some clashes between the protesters and local police in highly populated areas.
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