On the Line

On the Line A coalition of civic organizations and religious groups are calling on Sudan to accept U.N. peacekeeping forces to stop the genocide in Darfur. The protests began around December 9,...

...Nuclear waste company EnergySolutions bought naming rights to the arena...
...In Los Angeles, demonstrators dressed as prisoners at Guant?namo to protest U.S...
...On December 10, people called for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney at protests nationwide...
...The U.S...
...governmentsanctioned torture...
...They demand that the army clean up the site instead...
...People commemorated December 10, International Human Rights Day, in various ways...
...Tar Heel, North Carolina Employees at Smithfield Foods processing plant in Tar Heel, North Carolina, walked off the job November 16 and 17 to protest the companyís firing of fifty workers as part of a crackdown on undocumented workers...
...Convention on Genocide...
...Salt Lake City People protested outside the Utah Jazz basketball game on November 29 to urge the teamís owner to drop the stadiumís new name...
...Army wants to station a Stryker Brigade and increase its live fire range in Hawaii, making this the largest army expansion in the state since World War II...
...Local activists are critical of the expansion effort, calling it a military land grab...
...Organizers pledge to keep up the pressure at Sudanese embassies around the world until the killings end...
...The protests began around December 9, the fifty-eighth anniversary of the passage of the U.N...
...In New York, Muslim religious leaders joined with Rabbis for Human Rights to launch Imams for Human Rights and Dialogue, a new organization...

Vol. 71 • February 2007 • No. 2


 
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