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Posts Tagged with "George W. Bush"

A ‘new relationship?’

May 13, 2009

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Latin American leaders amidst a promise of a new relationship with America del Sur. A new relationship would be an end to U.S. imperialism.

Why Somalis seize ships

April 24, 2009

After the execution of three Somalis and the wounding and capturing of another in the Indian Ocean on April 12, a leader of the so-called pirates vowed to avenge the deaths of these youth who held the U.S. captain of a cargo vessel known as the Maersk Alabama for five days.

Africom’s covert war in Sudan

March 13, 2009

I recently received a phone call from an investigator for the prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, and I shared my uncertainty about the ethics of collaborating with an “International Criminal Court” that was only indicting Black Africans.

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Why we have to look back

January 19, 2009

This week, I released “Reining in the Imperial Presidency,” a 486-page report detailing the abuses and excesses of the Bush administration and recommending steps to address them.

The meanings of victory

November 11, 2008

by Mumia Abu-Jamal: The count has been called and Barack Hussein Obama Jr. has become the 44th president of the United States of America. But, in truth, history will record him as No. 1: the first African-American president.

Hey, Hey, Nancy!

November 4, 2008

“If we want to take this country back, Nancy Pelosi’s got to go. Hey, hey, Nancy, I sure hope Cindy [Sheehan] kicks your ass!” Courtesy of David Swanson of AfterDowningStreet.org, it’s the Cindy Sheehan for Congress song!

Bringing democracy to Amerikkka

November 3, 2008

With Black youth on the front lines this election season, along with all youth plus older Blacks and other people of color, the struggle for real democracy can finally claim victory in the U.S. Masses of new voters have registered and are already lining up to vote wherever early voting is available, as it is here in the Bay Area.

The King Garvey Co-op housing crisis

October 10, 2007

In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, the historically Black Fillmore district – since dubbed the “Western Addition” – underwent a massive phase of urban renewal in which block after block was literally razed to the ground to make way for redevelopment. The impact on the Black community was devastating.

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