On April 2, 2014, UCSC Union Leader Josh Brahinsky peacefully attempted to exercise his legal right to picket. After announcing his affiliation and intention to officers, he then tried to comply with their orders by walking away. Instead, UC Berkeley officers in riot gear arrested him with unnecessary force, while UCSC Chief of Police Nader … Continue reading Appeal to UCSC Administration To Stay Human
We have a doctor in the house:She refuses to be silent in the midst of a public health crisis.
HR 29977 H.R. 29977, known as the Space Preservation Act of 2001, referrers to "chemtrails" as an exotic weapon. It was introduced to the House of Representatives by Dennis Kucinich shortly after the historical event of 9/11 on October 2, 2001. The bill, had it passed, would have reaffirmed U.S. policy that activities in space … Continue reading Space Preservation Act Lends Clue To Chemtrails
Exclusive: Even as the United States has withdrawn from Iraq and has begun to wind down the Afghan War, the lethal reach of the U.S. military has been extended into other countries through Predator drones. What is less known is the full human and political costs, writes ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. Several friends of mine … Continue reading Silence Of The Drones
Young Palestinian activists in the Gaza Strip ask their peers in the United Kingdom and around the world to build the global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and attend the UK Student Palestine Conference at the University of Manchester on Sunday, September 23. It is not a matter of if, it is a matter … Continue reading Gaza, Palestine Youth Send Message to BDS Activists And Universities
Brief Lives, Violently Extinguished New York Times Critics' Choice A brutally uncompromising blast of outrage, Vibeke Lokkeberg’s “Tears of Gaza” is less a documentary than a collage of suffering. Dropping us smack in the middle of the Israeli attacks on Gaza in the winter of 2008-9, the film tramples politics beneath the raw weight of … Continue reading 'Tears' Of Gaza,' A Documentary Of Human Misery
California’s Largest Student Union Votes to Condemn California Assembly Resolution HR 35, Tells the UC Regents to Stop Profiting from Israeli Human Rights Abuses Motion to Stop Human Rights Violations BERKELEY, CA - The University of California Student Association, which represents hundreds of thousands of students at all 10 UC campuses, passed a resolution today … Continue reading University Of California: Stop Profiting From Israeli Human Rights Abuses
Hi Congressman Larson, My name is Matthew DeMaio and I have been a resident of West Hartford, Connecticut for my entire life. I am writing you right now from Nablus, West Bank, Palestine. I have spent 8 of the last 14 months living, working and studying in between Palestine and Jordan and I have met … Continue reading Matt Makes A Request Of Congress And Of You: Save A Home, Save A Future.
Dear Friends, Representatives, and Family, If you are receiving this note, you were contacted by those concerned for my safety and well being, as well as the safety of village members in Al Aqaba, a village located in Area C of the Jordan Valley (in the West Bank). Thank you for all of your work … Continue reading Letter From UCSC Student In Israeli Live Fire Zone