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Following announcemt was placed in The Daily Californian print edition during the week leading to our event.

We the People Radio program, Auguest 23, 2015 “Let’s Meet the Real Iranians” with Hamid Azimi, Communications Director, Iranian American Community of Northern California CLICK TO LISTEN to a complete archive of today’s show

Source: Reuters Blog By: Hamid Yazdan Panah, Attorney, writer and human rights activist from the San Francisco Bay Area. The nuclear deal between Iran, the United States and other major world players has garnered significant praise and fanfare. The agreement

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think

NCRI – Since January 23, and a few hours before the execution of Jaafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj-Aqai, the clerical regime has transferred many political prisoners from various wards in Gohardasht prison to its Ward 4, sixty of whom

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SACRAMENTO, April 20 (UPI) -- A Sacramento woman documenting an Iranian democracy movement in Iraq was killed by Iraqi soldiers, the United Nations reported. A U.N. report said Asieh Rakhshani, 30, was one of 34 unarmed Iranian expatriates allegedly slain

By Stephen Magagnini Sacramento Bee Asieh Rakhshani chose to leave her comfortable Northern California lifestyle to join a controversial Iranian democracy movement based at Iraq’s Camp Ashraf. That choice apparently cost the 30-year-old journalist her life April 8, when Iraqi