Momentum Builds for Sept. 24 Mass March in Washington DC The importance of the mass antiwar protests being organized on September 24 is driven home by two major new stories appearing today (May 19). A front-page article in the New York Times , headlined "Generals Offer a Sober Outlook on Iraqi War" , is further confirmation of what has become crystal clear over the past month: The U.
Demonstration STOP the right wing attack on CUBA Friday, May 20 Gather at 10:30 am Cuban Interests Section (on the front sidewalk) 2630 16th Street, NW Say no to terrorist attacks against Cuba & the Bush administration's threats On Friday, May 20 the right wing Cuban American community plans to protest in front of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington DC.
News flash: Luis Posada Carriles has been arrested Urgent Action Needed: Demand Posada's Extradition to Venezuela June 13 National Day of Action: Extradite Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela About 3:30 pm ET today, Luis Posada Carriles was detained by customs and immigration police, according to a live report from Andres Gomez of the Antonio Maceo Brigade in Miami.
The Fight for Free Speech in Central Park Lawsuit update Faced with a federal lawsuit that originally exposed and is seeking to prevent the City of New York’s plans to privatize Central Park and banish mass assembly protest from Manhattan, the City is speedily moving to cover its tracks and push through "new regulations.
Endorse Sept. 24 Build for United Mass AntiWar Action More than 600 endorsers have signed on to the September 24 mobilization in Washington DC, with coordinated actions to take place in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
From the Coalition to Defend the Haitian Flag Correction on details for May 18 demonstration Wednesday, May 18, 2005 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. On May 18th, 2005, our nation's flag is hostage. Demonstration: Eastern Parkway & Franklin to Vanderbilt & St Marks in Brooklyn, New York 3 pm - 6 pm: Assemble at Wilson Desir’s Office, corner of Eastern Parkway & Franklin Avenue 6 pm - 6:30 pm: March down Eastern Pkway to Haitian Times Office, corner of Vanderbilt Avenue & St.
Extradition of exile asked WASHINGTON - Venezuela on Friday formally asked the United States to arrest anti-Castro militant Luis Posada Carriles, who slipped into South Florida in March, so he can be extradited for his alleged role in the 1976 bombing of a Cuban passenger jet that killed 73 people.
Below is a report on the press conference that the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition organized announcing that more than 20,000 letters have been sent to Bush and Congress. The press conference received a great deal of media coverage.
Families of victims of airliner bombing call for exile's extradition Posada's lawyer has said the exile, 77, is in Florida and has applied for asylum in the United States. Several activists accused President Bush of hypocrisy, saying the war on terror that the White House has declared a top priority is a sham if the United States allows Posada to stay.
Americans demand that President G.W. Bush should arrest Posada Carriles Prensa Latina quoted A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism) as saying that they will request Posada’s extradition to Venezuela for the terrorist bombing of a Cubana Airlines plane on October 6, 1976 .