Tag Archives: self-determination
Peasant Farmers Protest: Free Trade Isn’t Free for Haitian Women and Haitian Women in Solidarity Statement
The struggle of women is the struggle of the Haitian people!
The Black movement against police terror didn’t need a Donald Trump waiting in the vestibule of the White House to get “mad.”
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Syria and Libya > A Geo-political Analysis Samir Amin, Egyptian born scholar and activist, says that the main struggle in the world today is between countries that need their resources to modernize and the imperialist countries that need control of the resources to maintain their economic supremacy. By Linda Hoover August 22, 2012 Editor’s Note: This speech […]
The streets of 2012 By Naomi Wolf (about the author) January 3, 2012 opednews.com What does the New Year hold for the global wave of protest that erupted in 2011? Did the surge of anger that began in Tunisia crest in lower Manhattan, or is 2012 likely to see an escalation of the politics of dissent? The […]
Libya: demonization and self-determination By Sara Flounders, Co-Director, International Action Center http://www.iacenter.org/africa/libya072211/ Jul 21, 2011 If you went to a shopping center, a street corner or a graduate school of a top university in the U.S. and conducted a pop quiz asking who are the kings or crown princes of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco and Bahrain; […]