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Posts Tagged with "US Human Rights Network"

Taking back homes from the banks: Exercising the human right to housing

June 5, 2010

Foreclosures are soaring. Some housing experts say 4 million foreclosures are possible in 2010. To fight back, organizations across the U.S. are engaging in “housing liberation” and “housing defense” to exercise their human rights to housing. Here are a few examples.

No evictions: Gulf Coast residents can keep their FEMA trailers

June 10, 2009

The move by FEMA to enforce the June 1 eviction date for Gulf Region residents who live in temporary trailers not only lacks basic compassion but is also a derogation of the government’s responsibilities to uphold fundamental human rights.

The facts: How Israel orchestrated the real Geneva ‘hate fest’ against Black and Brown people

May 14, 2009

Two days before the United Nations Durban Review Conference (DRC) officially convened, anti-racist demonstrators from every continent and nearly every struggle in the world filled the streets of downtown Geneva. Most were unaware that for nearly two years, hundreds of militant pro-Israeli activists and the Israeli Foreign Ministry had been coordinating their plans to sabotage the DRC.

Three years and 69 days: Obama’s victory as seen from New Orleans

November 29, 2008

Three years and 69 days was a lifetime ago in political terms. There are still many Americans living today who grew up in an apartheid America where the concept of even allowing Blacks to vote in many states and counties was considered impossible.

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