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Tim Hardin - Simple Song Of Freedom.. On this day in 1969 {July 27th} "Simple Song of Freedom" by Tim Hardin entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #81; and on August 24th, 1969 it peaked at #50 {for 2 weeks} and spent 7 weeks on the Top 100... The song was composed by Bobby Darin, and Bobby made the Top 100 twice with songs composed by Tim Hardin; "If I Were A Carpenter" {peaked at #8 for 2 weeks on October 30th,

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May Ramadan prayers , personal and communal, be fruitful , comfort families in remembrance of hopes and travails of those who passed, that more justice than vengeance be sought and achieved, that there be an accounting in this life, that the righteous of all faiths pray for the same thing ” Peace, Understanding, Love,Respect for others,Freedom of Speech and Freedom from Want and from Fear, and a time soon where will dine at hr same table and break bread at dusk and half laugh/half cry that…

World Press Freedom Day 03 May 2016

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Discussion Paper on Transgender Health & Human Rights. This discussion paper aims to inform UNDP’s work on transgender health and human right to foster greater understanding on the health and human rights issues that impact trans people and consequently influence their social marginalization. Check out the document here:

George Michael - Freedom!

Live in Denmark,1964. Oscar Peterson on Piano Ray Brown on Bass