Posts tagged “op-ed”
November 4, 2011"Thanks to Center for an Urban Future, we now know that chain store growth in the city is weakening. Small businesses planning to take advantage of this trend should Occupy Manhattan Storefronts. They should design storefronts that create a connection between their stores and their neighbors. Because when neighbors love what you’re doing, they’ll empty their pockets to help out. They don’t really want those chain stores everywhere."
June 16, 2009Camelia Entekhabifard, author of Camelia: Save Yourself by Telling the Truth, has just written an op-ed piece for the New York Times on the next generation of Iranians—and what they'll be willing to do to secure their inalienable rights. Take a look.
May 7, 2009Without clear accountability for state-instigated crimes committed in the name of the American people, Mr. Obama will be seen as lacking the moral fibre for which he is admired internationally. He will be seen as facilitating the impunity of the powerful, as having backed down on the substantive change he promised. The "Yes we can" shouted so loudly by so many Americans included the restoration of their country's reputation as a place where law rules and human rights are respected. For the full article, check here.