Monthly Archives: August 2015

National day of action on August 26 to defend the Iran deal.

Win Without War is joining with our allies to organize a huge national day of action on August 26 to defend the Iran deal. Will you attend an event to support diplomacy with Iran? Next month, Congress will cast an … Continue reading

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Advancing a Mass Movement for Palestine in ATLANTA Sept 25-27

Join us in Atlanta 9/25-9/27!  If you are still waiting for a reason to register for our 14th Annual National Conference: Advancing a Mass Movement for Palestine happening September 25-27 in Atlanta, GA, here are 10! Hear from speakers and … Continue reading

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Yes, Chelsea really is facing indefinite solitary confinement for her books and toothpaste

Yes, Chelsea really is facing indefinite solitary confinement for her books and toothpaste By the Chelsea Manning Support Network. August 13, 2015 Aside from her 35-year prison sentence, Chelsea Manning is now facing indefinite solitary confinement to be determined in … Continue reading

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Egypt: Stop Mass Executions!

Message to The United Nations, European Union, United States, and all Democratic and Free countries There are growing concerns that the government of Egypt intends to execute Egypt’s first ever democratically elected President, Mohamed Morsi in the coming weeks. Mr. … Continue reading

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Conference Call — Tues, August 11@7:30 SYRIA-After the Iran-U.S. Sanctions Agreement

SYRIA After the Iran-U.S. Sanctions Agreement What’s Ahead – Diplomacy or Military Escalation? Via U-Stream, Conference Call, Youtube and in person TUES►AUG 11 @ 7:30pm EST Sharp ► In Person at: Solidarity Center Please arrive no later than 7pm at: … Continue reading

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“It’s Never Too Late for Justice” –Racist killings from the civil rights era to today

African-Americans have been murdered with impunity in the Deep South for decades. Today’s tragedies far too often become tomorrow’s cold cases. They are part of a long history of unresolved racist killings.    The Cold Case Justice Initiative was founded in … Continue reading

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