Part one of this five part photo-essay (A new essay will appear each day this week) documents Saturday morning gathering in front of the Washington Hilton where Ariel Sharon was scheduled to meet on Monday. From there this diverse crowd (which consisted of Palestinans, black block anarchists, and Jews Against the Occupation, among many others) marched towards the World Bank and IMF headquarters to join other protesters.
Come to Denver May 5th-8th to stand up against the 34th World Congress of the International Chamber of Commerce, composed of representatives from thousands of corporations, which makes recommendations on policy to the UN, WTO, and G8.
On Wednesday, the Jerusalem-born actress objected tartly in the Harvard Crimson to law student Faisal Chaudhry's April 11 essay on U.S. policy concerning Israel and the Palestinians. Chaudhry framed the Arab-Israeli violence as "Israel's racist colonial occupation" in which "white Israeli soldiers destroy refugee camps of the brown people they have dispossessed for decades
A call for actions to force the U.S. to give up its drive for global domination, a brief list of possible actions, and an indication of grounds for believing such a combination of actions, in particular a boycott of petroleum exports to the U.S. could do the job.