Israel’s Policy of Displacement: PA Interviews Jeff Halper

Displacement, dispossession is the essence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel’s policy of demolishing Palestinian homes is part of this plan of displacement.

EARTH TALK: Environmental Racism Harms Communities of Color

While conducting research upon completion of his sociology Ph.D. in Houston in 1979, Dr. Robert Bullard noticed that all the city’s garbage dumps were located in and around neighborhoods inhabited primarily by African Americans.

Karl Rove Informs White House He Will Be Indicted

Within the last week, Karl Rove told President Bush and Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten, as well as a few other high level administration officials, that he will be indicted in the CIA leak case and will immediately resign his White House job when the special counsel publicly announces the charges against him, according to sources.

Canadian Peace Congress Reconstituted

The Canadian Peace Congress, a founding member of the World Peace Council, (WPC) was formally re-established and re-organized at a Conference in Edmonton on April 8, 2006.

Darfur: Further Study Required

There is a minor, well-intentioned movement afoot by some left-oriented writers to stop US military or other intervention in the Sudan under the pretext of averting the atrocities in Darfur and other parts of the Sudan.

AFL-CIO: Big Debt, No Fun

Housing, health care and education costs have collided with stagnant incomes. As a result, “America’s middle class is drowning in debt,”

CHAD-SUDAN: Chadians sheltering in Darfur forced to move again

At least 13,000 people have fled from fighting in Chad into the volatile Darfur region of Sudan in recent weeks...the number of people there relying on international food handouts is tripling weekly

Africa: World's MPs told to put women and children first

In most African countries, HIV/AIDS often has a direct relation to gender-based violence, and there are few systems in place to protect vulnerable women and girls.

Labor’s May Day Call from Both Sides of the Border

“May Day” is an international signal of distress. When millions marched in the streets of cities across the United States, and hundreds of thousands protested throughout Mexico on May 1, International Workers' Day, they sent out an urgent message to end a system of global competition based on eroding labor rights.

Hating Barry Bonds

Hating Barry Bonds has become a national passion--or so the very sportswriters who have whipped up this hate tell us. What they don't tell us is that this passion is prevalent almost exclusively among a few white men.

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