While the Bush administration and the Justice Department have carried out a war against Muslim, Arab and other immigrant communities, they hypocritically tried to pose as the "friend of undocumented immigrants" on January 7, 2004, when Bush proposed a "sweeping overhaul of the nation's immigration laws.
Can you imagine what the reaction would have been if the Bush administration told the truth about why the U.S. was dispatching hundreds of thousands of troops to Iraq? "On behalf of Exxon, Texaco, Mobil, Haliburton, Bechtel, Citibank and Chase Manhattan, we intend to re-conquer Iraq and all of the Middle East.
December 5, 2004 Indoor Solidarity Rally with Haiti in NYC initiated by the Emergency Campaign to Support the Haitian People, the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition and the Haiti Support Network January 20, 2005 Counter-Inaugural Demonstration in Washington DC initiated by the A.
We urge you to join us in showing your support for the Haitian people. We must act now to show concrete expressions of solidarity. We will be sending urgently needed medicines to Haiti. The long-term need in Haiti is for the social and economic transformation of the island and for the Haitian people to be able to reclaim political and economic sovereignty over their country.
The spirit of last night's demonstration was noteworthy. The atmosphere of fear and intimidation created by the police in the last days only made the crowd more determined. Nearly two thousand people have been arrested in the last week, many in mass sweeps and in so-called "pre-emptive" arrests.
ALL OUT ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN! While Bush is accepting the nomination ... Join us outside of Madison Square Garden to say: U.S. Out of Iraq! Bring the troops home now! End the Colonial Occupation of Iraq, Haiti, Palestine and everywhere! Gather at 7 pm at 8th Ave.
At the moment George Bush is receiving his well-scripted coronation on Thursday evening, September 2, the streets around Madison Square Garden will be filled by people who stand together against the Iraq war, the colonial occupations of Haiti and Palestine, and the U.
Report from New York ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Permit obtained for September 2 demonstration Today's huge demonstration in New York City revealed the depth of opposition both to Bush's criminal war in Iraq and its reactionary assault on civil rights and civil liberties at home.
Downloadable flyers: half page full page The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition is announcing today plans to distribute tens of thousands of leaflets at New York City subway stops today and tomorrow morning informing people of their basic rights regarding the use of the Great Lawn and Central Park.
The U.S. government is directing the Panamanian president En Español Download formatted version Dear friends of Cuba: Before her term ends at the end of August, Panama’s president, Mireya Moscoso, has plans to pardon the four notorious anti-Cuba terrorists who were arrested November 2000 in Panama City for attempting to assassinate Cuban President Fidel Castro.