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7th Grade School Supply List! (2013-2014)

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So a year ago on July 1st I posted a school supply list video. This is my most viewed video so of course I had to make another video.

Murder on the margins

Their victim was Aboriginal, a Potawatomi man from the Beausoleil First Nation reserve on Christian Island, Ont. We know all too well of the many interracial outrages this country has experienced: residential school abuse, treaty cheating, Ipperwash


Murder on the margins - United Church Observer

When Mortley’s 911 recording ended, the courtroom became eerily quiet. The Mixemong family muffled their sobs. The jurors sat with heads bowed. Superior Court Justice Alfred Stong adjusted his reading glasses and shuffled some papers. In the prisoner dock, McClung gazed impassively at the ceiling, and Herlichka fidgeted and studied his shoes. Randy Mortley’s testimony was delivered remotely by video relay from Sweden, where he had gone to play for the Canadian deaf hockey team. He told Goldstein that he flung himself on Herlichka to try to stop the beating but was warned off by McClung, who told him, “Dawg, get your hands off my boy or I’ll f—ing kill you. ” Goldstein’s interrogation was abrasive. It was, to be sure, his job to cast doubt on the accuracy of Randy’s recollection of the events of that July evening, and he did so with terrier-like relentlessness. Mortley seemed agitated, frustrated, often interrupting him, talking over his questions trying to say his piece. When Goldstein demanded to know if Herlichka was or was not wearing a T-shirt, Mortley finally lost all patience. “Who cares about a T-shirt,” he blurted out. ” The question dropped like a stone into a still pond. Goldstein’s interrogation abruptly halted. Stong looked quizzically at the bewildered defence attorney, who glanced at his co-counsel, Robert Richardson. Several jurors looked to each other — nods, shrugs and raised eyebrows seeming to suggest that they too thought that, weeks into the trial, the really important questions had been lost amid irrelevant details. As a journalist with a decades-long interest in First Nations issues, I found it impossible not to immediately suspect racism. Herlichka and McClung are white. Their victim was Aboriginal, a Potawatomi man from the Beausoleil First Nation reserve on Christian Island, Ont. We know all too well of the many interracial outrages this country has experienced: residential school abuse, treaty cheating, Ipperwash, Oka, Attawapiskat, the Highway of Tears and so many more. According to the parade of witnesses at the trial, on July 6, 2012, Jessy Herlichka of Midland took a break from his job as a roofer. Herlichka, Mercy Maitland (his girlfriend of the moment) and Maitland’s neighbour were hanging out at Maitland’s apartment in a house in Midland, a town of about 16,000 perched on the southern shore of Georgian Bay, 160 kilometres north of Toronto. At some point in the afternoon, Paul McClung happened by. Herlichka had known him since childhood. McClung joined the party, and more vodka was consumed, possibly some marijuana as well. Maitland had been trading insults by text message with Herlichka’s common-law spouse, Kelly-Dawn Marsden, from whom Herlichka was temporarily estranged. Marsden was threatening to come over and beat up her rival. Maitland was excited. It sure beat swatting mosquitoes and watching the grass grow. The grudge match never materialized, however, and sometime after 9 p. m. the party shifted to the alley at the back of the house. McClung and Herlichka crossed the lane to the rear entrance of Dino’s Fresh Food Deli, a main-street institution. They wanted to get a snack, but Dino’s was closed, and manager Lorraine Ashkanese wasn’t about to reopen for a couple of rowdy drunks. Herlichka got angry and kicked up a fuss. Ashkanese called out to her partner, Andrew Mixemong, who was waiting in the parking lot to drive her home. ” Mixemong got out of his car and confronted Herlichka, who poured beer over his head. Ontario’s chief forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Pollanen, would later catalogue the damage for the court. Mixemong’s eyes were blackened. His upper jaw had been broken free of his skull. Broken ribs pierced his chest wall and perforated his abdomen. Internal organs suffered blunt-force trauma “consistent with being punched and stomped,” causing internal bleeding that led to his death. Seeking to understand a hate crime against U. S. Muslims last February, the New Yorker magazine quoted University of North Carolina law professor Joseph E. Kennedy, who observed, “It can be easier to commit violence against someone who is an other. Prejudice is one of the easiest ways to dehumanize someone. ” And of course, racial prejudice isn’t born in a vacuum. History provides ample evidence of hostility between First Nations and settlers in the Midland area. Midland and the nearby cities of Barrie and Orillia form a triangle that roughly overlays what is still called Huronia, a patch of rolling sandy farmland and maple bush between Lake.

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7-Up Pot Roast, Crock Pot Style (bay leaves, beef, sprite, celery seed, garlic)

School Cafeteria Peanut Butter Cookies (baking soda, brown sugar, eggs, flour, peanut butter, salt, shortening, sugar)

First Day of School Fondue Supper (green pepper, hot dogs, vegetable oil, onions, mushroom)

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