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We Charge Genocide: 70th anniversary

Looking at the reality of US government’s ongoing genocide being committed upon its own people.

Don’t ignore the 2021 Tribunal on genocide

Salifu Mack opens another window into why sustained focus and education on the recent Verdict of ‘Guilty on All Counts’ by the International Tribunal’s Panel of Jurists is critical to liberation and self-determination.

Democracy or hypocrisy: Why do we dare to call it genocide?

It is of necessity and of urgency that we recognize that in order to understand our present situation and strive for change, we must come to terms with our past. We must tie America’s history of genocide and racism to our current history, to our so-called system of democracy, which is fundamentally hypocrisy, and to the lives of our lost youths of color at the hands of this system.

Phil Taylor: ICTR celebrates 20 years of establishing impunity

Nov. 8, 2014, was the 20th anniversary of the creation of the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda, and the court celebrated itself with a new legacy website and video tribute. CIUT-Ontario radio host Phil Taylor, a former private investigator for ICTR defense attorneys, who became a prominent critic of the court, called the video contemptible self-promotion and endorsement of Paul Kagame’s military dictatorship in Rwanda.
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