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Michelle Alexander to hunger strikers: You are true heroes for our times

November 30, 2013

I don’t know whether any of your names will be recorded in history books as the early leaders of a bold, courageous movement that not only ended solitary confinement as a form of torture, but also ended the entire system of mass incarceration in this country. But I know that the entire movement for freedom and justice in the United States is indebted to you.

Cynthia McKinney: The world needs peace – but not a Pax Americana

September 25, 2013

Former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who last week completed a peace mission to Syria along with former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark and others, delivered the following address to the IBON Conference on Democracy, Self-Determination and Liberation of Peoples. The conference was held Sept. 23 at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.

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Memorandum of Diaspora Congolese women from Belgium, France and United Kingdom ahead of the DR Congo elections results

December 3, 2011

On these days that mark the 2011 General Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, we call on all Congolese leaders of political parties, members of political parties, members of the armed forces and the police to demonstrate their respect for human rights, freedom of expression and choices as well as respect for the right of Congolese to live in peace and human security.

Jounen jèn, Days of Remembrance

February 16, 2010

Friday, Feb. 12, one month after the earthquake, the first day of Jounen jèn, the days of mourning and remembrance, and we walked through the twisted iron and dusty shards of glass of the shattered National Cathedral. It was as though the world had ended.

Cynthia McKinney at the Grand Lake Theater

September 4, 2009

On the first night of her Aug. 20-24 Triumph Tour, our sister Cynthia McKinney put a face on Gaza, Palestine, I don’t think many in the audience had seen before – I’m speaking of African Americans who are not usually the target population of such media focus. McKinney was speaking at Oakland’s landmark Grand Lake Theater, kicking off her Gaza Solidarity Triumph Tour, a series of fundraisers for the struggling SF Bay View newspaper.

Cynthia McKinney is in Gaza and the medicine got through!

July 16, 2009

Jubilant at finally breaking the blockade to bring aid to the people of Gaza, three Black heroes – former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, fresh out of an Israeli prison, New York City Councilman Charles Barron and M-1 of dead prez – and Viva Palestina organizer British Member of Parliament George Galloway’s are interviewed by the world press. Yet U.S. media are silent. Read all about it right here.

Revolutionary Haitian priest Gerard Jean-Juste, presente!

May 30, 2009

Haitian priest Father Gerard Jean-Juste was a Jesus-like revolutionary. In jail and out, he preached liberation of the poor, release of prisoners, human rights for all and a fair distribution of wealth. Though he died May 27, he remains present in the hearts of millions. Watch a video he recorded just for SF Bay View.

Israeli gunboats ram boat carrying Cynthia McKinney, the people’s secretary of state

January 4, 2009

Out of nowhere we were rammed and rammed again and rammed again … by the Israelis. How did we know? Because they called us on the phone afterwards to tell us that we were engaging in subversive, terroristic activity.

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