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Friday, October 7, 2011

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 can expect to do prison time
over the course of their lifetime."

From Algebra Works Prison Art

 32 percent of black males born in 2001 can expect to spend time in prison over the course of their lifetime. That is up from 13.4 percent in 1974 and 29.4 percent in 1991. By contrast, 17.2 percent of Hispanics and 5.9 percent of whites born in 2001 are likely to end up in prison. (An August 2003 Bureau of Justice Statistics analysis.)

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From Algebra Works Prison Art

From Algebra Works Prison Art

Understand each other. 
There is no superior language.
By the end of 1992 about 350,000 Somalis had died.

So, What happened in Somalia and Why?
Somalia is rich in natural gas and oil. So, if we're looking at the eventual depletion of our proven oil reserves, Somalia could take on immense importance.

Somalia is a nation of recent origin. Located on the Horn of Africa, it only became a nation in 1960 after the merger of former British and Italian colonies. But it has long been an area of strife and conflict, dominated by foreign powers for over 100 years.

British, French, and Italian imperialism all played a role in the region in the 19th and 20th centuries. The British established a protectorate in the northern regions in 1886. Italy established a colony in the southern regions shortly thereafter. During World War II the British captured the Italian colony. But in 1950 it became a UN Trust Territory and Italy returned as the administering power for ten years.
In 1991 Somalia had a population of about 7.2 million and an area about the size of Texas.

Here's a brief history. In 1970 dictator Siad Barre came to power. He was to rule for the next 21 years through brutal oppression and by pitting different clans against each other. 

America in Somalia right or wrong

Somalia and the Soviet Union began a close relationship in 1966. This lasted until 1976. During that time the Soviets supplied about $600 million worth of arms and military equipment to Somalia. After the Soviet Union pulled out in 1977, the United States became Barre's primary benefactor. Somali are divided into six major clans (including the Isaaq of the north, the Ogadeni of the south, and the Hawiye of central Somalia) and thousands of subclans that command people's primary loyalties and exercise power through temporary alliances with other subclans. Traditional clan rivalries were exacerbated by the divide-and-rule policies of Siad Barre, whose regime had one of the world's worst human rights records.
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