jade | A summary of actions from the 2008 International Saving Iceland camp. more... 0 Comments
Father John Dear, S.J. | animal rights, world hunger prevention, health, environment, energy aspects of
Lee W, Campaign to End the Death Penalty | Organizing meeting for the NYC Chapter of a national, grassroots anti-death penalty & anti-criminal injustice group more... 0 Comments
UhuruRadio.com | Freedom-loving people throughout the world are escalating the campaign for the release of Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez, Rene Gonzalez and Ramon Labanino, sentenced to life in prison in the U.S. for gathering information about terrorist plots by anti-Cuban organizations in Miami, Florida. more... 1 Comments
Stephen Lendman | Part II of Halper's important book. more... 0 Comments
posted by F Espinoza | Porque hubo un 26 de Julio en Cuba es que hoy tenemos como una realidad lo que nuestro Ernesto Che Guevara dijera un día: “La Solidaridad es la Ternura de los Pueblos”. more... 0 Comments
seelenlos | A shadow report submitted by the German "Association of Intersexed People" to UN-Committee CEDAW in New York and published on the internet highlights worldwide human rights violations against hermaphrodites by forced medical treatments -- and a growing "Zwitter"-movement making itself heard. more... 1 Comments
Lee W, Campaign to End the Death Penalty | Pennsylvania death row prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal was denied Tuesday an appeal for a full court hearing in front of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals more... 0 Comments
Friends of Brad Will | Nearly a year to the day after activist Brad Will was killed in Oaxaca, Mexico, President Bush introduced the Merida Initiative, a massive drug war modeled on Plan Colombia. In essence, "Plan Mexico" will better arm the same people responsible for numerous extrajudicial killings in Mexico. Come learn about the Merida Initiative and how a variety of human rights organizations have reacted to it. more... 1 Comments
Hans Magnus Fielsmann | ICC Prosecutor's Indictment of Sudan President al-Bashir Called Double Standard of Justice
Amadi Ajamu | Human rights advocates attribute these findings to a substantial increase in children being seized by ACS from families on false or flimsy evidence of “abuse” and then being put into a traumatic and abusive foster care system. Parents of these children have taken a proactive stance in their fight to regain custody of their children and have begun to expose the systemic failure of ACS.
Coalition Against Privatization | On Wednesday July 30th at 4:30 pm at 25 Beaver Street, a coalition of healthcare rights groups will celebrate the 43rd Birthday of Medicare. Medicare, along with Social Security, is one of the most successful public programs in the history of the U.S. It is also another target for the ever-greedy healthcare industry to convert into a profit-making enterprise.
Taunus | ¡¡EXTRA, EXTRA, Se amplía plazo para participar en GRAN Concurso “Descubra al Héroe”!! more... 0 Comments
Mary | DAN JAKOPOVICH delves into the rich states' record on HIV/Aids.
Justice for Filipino American Veterans (JFAV) | orld War II veteran Guillermo Rumingan had a teleconference with other veterans and their supporters and plotted what could be the last chapter of a historic run to push the Filipino Veterans’ Equity Bill.
Stephen Lendman | More attempted administration lawlessness. more... 0 Comments
AJLPP | The Alliance-Philippines (AJLPP) condemns in the strongest terms possible the recent Court of Appeals(CA) decision, dismissing the petitions for the writ of habeas corpus and for writ of Amparo of Mrs. Edith Burgos, mother of missing activist Jonas Burgos, who was believed to have been abducted by unidentified military men in broad daylight at 12 noon at the crowded Ever Gotesco Mall along Commonwealth Avenue on April 28, 2007.
Counterhegemonic | We demand food that tastes good, which does not damage our environment and is cultivated by living-wage farmers. It is our right as Italian-Americans and citizens! more... 0 Comments
Authors, The Politics of Immigration | Then there's Farouk Abdel-Muhti, a friend and colleague. Farouk would be 60 now, but he died four years ago today--on July 21, 2004, his 100th day of freedom after two years in immigration detention. His entire detention was a farce, since the government already knew Farouk was a man without a country who couldn't be deported.
Weekly News Update | No charges have been filed against the two cleaning companies that supplied the workers: TriState Enterprises of North Providence and Falcon Maintenance LLC of Johnston. more... 0 CommentsPage 210 | Page 208
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