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Racism: A Temporary Disturbance?

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as after the attacks of September 11, 2001, the issue of racism has surfaced in the US. But the media is now quick to call it a bureaucratic mishandling, ignoring the historic roots of the problem. ...

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A Note on Earthquake Relief

Can we learn from the lessons of recent disasters? ...

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Three years on... a state of emergency

On the third anniversary of the war in Iraq, our old anti-war strategies and their underlying assumptions need to be significantly reworked and become far more pre-emptive, comprehensive, and creative. ...

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Making Criminals of Us All

Recently passed through the House, the HR 4437 Bill, the latest and most egregious anti-immigrant bill, will criminalize those that are and those that aid undocumented immigrants. ...

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Get WIREd

Information about the Women and Immigrants Rapid Exit (WIRE) Bill ...

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Kathmandu Rises Up

The recent revolution in Nepal was not just an organic uprising of the people of Kathmandu, but one that has been at work for almost two decades with particular roots among the poor peoples of rural Nepal. ...

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Hum Kar Sakte Hain?

Can we South Asians do it too or have we become an apathetic community? There was a notable absence of South Asians in the recent immigration protests. Where are the connections amongst the many issues immigrant communities are fighting against? ...

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Corporate Responsibility Twenty Years On

In Bhopal, the struggle to seek justice goes on, not as compensation, for the loss is too great to be compensated, but rather as a founding virtue of human society. ...

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Crisis at WBAI

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Speaking up against Violence, Rahela's Story

Rahela was raped, mugged, and set on fire. She named her assailants before dying but four years later, the four men walk free. What is the point of the Violence Against Women and Children Act, if they aren't enforced? ...

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