Pages tagged with Junior Campbell

Introducing the Intelek International "Love Arctually" project, which coincides with a petition I've launched asking the Guardian newspaper's CEO David Pemsel and Editor-in Chief Katharine Viner to "rein in" their reporting on the contentious reparations for trans-Atlantic slavery iss...
American music rights company Sound Exchange innocently confused me with the Scottish singer Junior Campbell, formerly of the band Marmalade. Cute as a kitten, I capitalize on that error to break the wall of cynical, sinister silence, confusion and intimidation that less innocent Bar...
The following poem is the third of my "Twin tower power and impotence of 9/11" offerings. It was written on Sunday, September 22, as the Al Shabaab terrorist attack on Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya persisted for a second day, and I followed developments there with a curious combinat...
Report on my own research into Domino's Pizza's dealings with UK universities
An update on my on-going campaign to rehabilitate the UK's largest Domino's Pizza francisee, owned by millionaire businessman Surinder Kandola. In this up-date, I share the text of an Indiegogo crowd source funding appeal I've started to cover legal costs associated with my campaign. ...
The second in my "Twin Tower Power and Impotence of 9/11" series of articles
The first in a series in online "events" exploring my own and others' complex relationships with the tragic, "twisted logic" and “scarred symmetry” that marked the events September 11th, 2001.
First article in a series on the Intelek Domino Effect Associates (IDEAs) project, which celebrates the extraordinary, even "miracle making" power of friendship. (First published on Allvoices.com on March 21, 2011)
Second article in a series on the Intelek Domino Effect Associates (IDEAs) project, which celebrates the extraordinary, even "miracle making" power of friendship. This article picks up in the middle of a true story about a Barbadian friend of mine who was delivered from the "deathbed...
One Wikinut writer responds to another's "Open letter to Eros".
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