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Emmanuel Ortiz: Before I Start This Poem

"A time has come when silence is betrayal. That time is now."  MLK  Before I Start This Poem by Emmanuel Ortiz Before I start this poem, I'd like to ask you to join me in a moment of silence in honour of those who died in the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon last September 11th. More

Polly Mann> U.S. Moral Authority

"Now the Iraqi Ministry of Social Affairs has estimated that 4.5 MILLION children have lost one or both parents. Fourteen percent of Iraq's population are orphans." By Polly Mann  July 2013  Women Against Military Madness Newsletter Those people who support a policy of having the United States supply military aid and weapons to Syria need More

Polly Mann> U.S. Moral Authority

"Now the Iraqi Ministry of Social Affairs has estimated that 4.5 MILLION children have lost one or both parents. Fourteen percent of Iraq's population are orphans." By Polly Mann  July 2013  Women Against Military Madness Newsletter Those people who support a policy of having the United States supply military aid and weapons to Syria need More

Noam Chomsky> The Next Hiroshima

Paper lanterns to mourn the atomic bomb victims float in the Motoyasu River in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima The Next Hiroshima August 6 provides a critical moment to reflect not only on the terrible events of that day, but also on current nuclear threats. BY NOAM CHOMSKY   August 6, 2012   In More

Noam Chomsky> The Next Hiroshima

Paper lanterns to mourn the atomic bomb victims float in the Motoyasu River in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima The Next Hiroshima August 6 provides a critical moment to reflect not only on the terrible events of that day, but also on current nuclear threats. BY NOAM CHOMSKY   August 6, 2012   In More

Nagasaki Commemoration, History and Hope, by Jay Kvale

Nagasaki Commemoration, History and Hope, by Jay Kvale Given on August 8, 2011 at Como Park in St. Paul, Minnesota in commemoration of Nagasaki Day              As we all know, a single B-29 appeared over Hiroshima, Japan on the morning ofAugust 6, 1945 and dropped the first atomic bomb, which obliterated most of the city, More

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