Posts Tagged ‘poverty’

All Out: The photo that defined a moment, but not a movement

I’m writing today in response to an article the Dalhousie Gazette published on Nov. 2 entitled “All Out: the photo that defined a moment in the students’ protest.” The photo the title is referring to depicted a crowd of students at the National Day of Action protest, myself among the throng, who marched past a person…

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Affordable healthcare a world away

By Tim Mitchell, Features Editor Populations more than double that of Dalhousie University are struck off the map every day because of preventable diseases such as malnutrition, malaria, diarrhea and tuberculosis found in areas of poverty. We don’t worry about these things in Canada. It all sounds depressing, and far away. But Dr. Robert Huish, assistant…

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