Thursday, May 19, 2016


Exam info:
Class sends me a link to the Google table, containing:
  • Name
  • Country
  • Title of presentation
  • Date of presentation
  • The topic student wish to discuss during the exam (mismatched with presentation),
you will have five minutes
I will add score results by May 25,
the exam will adjust your score
See you on May 26, at 3 p.m.

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Gender and more


Friday, May 13, 2016

Clinton calls for more resources to fight HIV/AIDS

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with HIV/AIDS activists on Thursday, and said the nation should rededicate itself to finding a cure for the disease. She told the group that the country should "leave no one behind" in the fight to conquer the disease. Earlier this year, Clinton apologized for mistakenly praising Nancy Reagan's AIDS activism during her husband's presidency. In fact, both Ronald and Nancy Reagan came under fire for ignoring the crisis and having staffers who laughed at its existence. The former first lady reportedly even turned down a request from her friend, AIDS-stricken movie star Rock Hudson, after he asked her for help getting treatment in France that was not available in the United States. Clinton's misstep came during an interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell in Simi Valley, California, where Nancy Reagan's funeral took place earlier this year. After her error, Clinton said sorry in a statement posted on Twitter.