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SHUNPIKING ON-LINE

May 2004

International Symposium on Media and Disinformation Three Halifax-based media organizations, including this magazine, have come together to organize an international symposium on the media and disinformation this coming June 30 - July 4.

That disinformation exists is well established. The international situation has become increasingly dangerous, filled with tension between the peoples and the big powers and amongst the big powers themselves. Disinformation has emerged as one of their most powerful weapons against peace and humanity.

GAELIC AND LANGUAGE RIGHTS
Am bu choir Alba Nuadh a bhith na cheithir cānaineach?(10, An t-Samhain, 2003) Le Lodaidh MacFhionghuin

Should Gaelic be an Official Language of Nova Scotia?
HALIFAX --Should Nova Scotia be quadrilingual? LEWIS MACKINNON

Court orders new trial for Acadian woman
Acadian not informed of her rights

United States bans Gaelic
NASA decrees there's no place for Gaelic in outer space

Minority language progess must be based on enforceable rights
(20/20/04)Anti-Gaelic attitudes "should be treated like any other prejudice". WEST HIGHLAND FREE PRESS

Globalization erodes local languages, fuels "Glocal" English
(30/7/03)A continent containing a third of the world's spoken codes is being eroded by relentless globalization. RAHUL GOSWAMI

ATLANTIC CANADA
"Loud and clear" message as Spring reaches Halifax
(10/4/04) Halifax --Photo feature of the demonstration "No to foreign occupation of Iraq!"

9-11 and shunpiking on the world
(10/4/04) The Children in Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine have to grow up in an atmosphere of fear.

Acadians in search of a safe place
(27/4/04) Second in an occasional series on the Inverness Centennial.
JIM ST. CLAIR

Inverness to celebrate its centennial in fine style
(16/4/04) INVERNESS --In this, its centennial year, there is new optimism in the community and young people are beginning to return to shape a new Inverness for the 21st century.
RANKIN MACDONALD

NATIONAL
Crime of association, crime of disinformation
(15/4/04) Another "terrorist" sighting and arrest. Here we go again.
GARY ZATZMAN

WORLD
Have they forgotten Palestine yet?
(1/5/04) --The elimination of Palestinians as a people is premised on the hope that the young will forget.
DR ANNIE HIGGINS

Media Culpa
Challenging how the Halifax Daily News "reports" opposition on Iraq protest.
We need to be clear: the U.S. is an occupying army, after oil and power.
JAN MEYEROWITZ

First Nations
One man's goal: for a tribe to pray in its own language.

15 November 2003). The Passamaquoddy's struggle. KATIE ZEZIMA

GETAWAY JOURNAL
Gaelic events in Nova Scotia
Thigibh dhachaidh ugainn!! (Come home to us!!)


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