Environmental Justice Through African Liberation!
Boston: Find out how you can support the African Village Survival Initiative!
-An Informational Meeting
Sunday, June 28, 2009
2:00pm - 4:00pm
at the Democracy Center
45 Mt. Auburn St.
8572337508 philly (at) uhurusolidarity.org
There’s a jumbled, increasingly hysterical tone to the health care debate going on in Washington. On each side of the uproar lie powerful and opposing interests: on one side the giant corporations who make billions of dollars via the status quo; and on the other, the majority of working people who suffer immensely from it.
Creating a health care “compromise” between these two interests is of course impossible, but seeing the politicians in Congress attempt one is at least good entertainment.
Like Big Tobacco these food & drink companies deliberately sold products that they knew would harm the public for the simple and unpardonable reasons of greed and quick profits!
Copy of Affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court of the Philippines describing the kidnapping and torture of a U.S. citizen--a historic document for everyone committed to justice, peace, and respect for human rights and women's dignity.
Many Indian nationals had their marriages in India and domicile in the United States. They travel back to India for the purpose of obtaining divorce judgments according to the Hindu law. The issue of jurisdiction becomes important factor for the recognition of their foreign divorce judgments in the United States. This article analyzes this issue.
The government is using secretive prison facilities on U.S. soil, called Communication Management Units, to house inmates accused of being tied to “terrorism” groups. They overwhelmingly include Muslim inmates, along with at least two animal rights and environmental activists.