Tag Archives: peace and justice

US Routinely Violates Human Rights, Constitutional Guarantees of Undocumented Workers

US Routinely Violates Human Rights, Constitutional Guarantees of Undocumented Workers Submitted by BuzzFlash on Fri, 06/17/2011 – 1:52pm. VALERIE BURCH FOR BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT     truthout.org Mohammed Uddin lived in New York City for 15 out of his 41 years. Back in Bangladesh, he wouldn’t be able to get the life-sustaining heart medication he takes […]

Frederick Douglass on not conceding to power—then and now. . .

We Have to Demand What Power Won’t Concede by Mary Beaudoin      When abolitionist Frederick Douglass said, “Power never concedes anything without demand. It never has, never will,” it was the middle of the nineteenth century. He was certainly prescient in that it “never will.” Here, in the United States, in the 21st century, the […]

Chris Hedges speaks in TC, April 20, 2011

Chris Hedges on the State of America Chris Hedges spoke about his new book, The World As It Is: Dispatches on the Myth of Human Progress, the state of American Democracy, American mainstream media, and answered questions from the audience. The full talk is included here.  Click on the link and it will take you to […]

Local member of Chapter 27 Veterans for Peace picture in Common Dreams Cost of Libya Mission article

John Sherman of Minnesota Chapter 27 Veterans for Peace picture featured on Common Dreams “Look who showed up with VFP sign on Common Dreams article about Libya! Good work!”  Kim, WAMM Director Cost of Libya Mission: Pentagon – $550 Million by Jennifer Epstein The Pentagon says it has spent $550 million on U.S. military operations […]