Month: July 2021

From #BlackLivesMatter to Burmese and Kachin Liberation: An interview with Hkun Htoi

The Kachin people are like Black people in some parts of the world. We have been facing all forms of systemic discrimination from the government that is supposed to protect us, especially the majority of Burmese nationalists in the Kachin case. The Burmese nationalism embraced by the Burmese nationalists is very similar to the White supremacy ideology.

/ July 23, 2021

Myanmar Coup Regime’s Handling of COVID-19: Is it Genocidal?

it is conceivable that the Myanmar terrorist regime of the SAC may be genocidally minded in its approach in tackling COVID-19 within the military and its sub-social system, while deliberately putting at risk the lives of millions of anti-military Burmese of all ethnic and religious backgrounds.

/ July 15, 2021

FORSEA Co-Founder & Burmese scholar-activist Maung Zarni to speak at Auschwitz International Conference on Exclusion 7 – 8 July

The international debate is an opportunity to emphasize the role that Auschwitz and other museums and memorial sites play in educational process because the history of Auschwitz is not only a sequence of historical events, but above all it is a universal experience passed on to us by the Witnesses.

/ July 7, 2021

Josef Silverstein, The Death of A Fine American Scholar who “Gave Back” to His Subjects

Joe was one of the very few western scholars who made compassionate efforts to give back to the people or “the subjects” whom they study. This last quality alone of Joe, the scholar, will etch his name in my memory, and the memories of those, who had the great fortune of knowing him as a friend, a colleague, a fellow scholar, a teacher, and a comrade in the people’s struggle...

/ July 1, 2021