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Urgent! Support needed for Imam Jamil

Imam Jamil Al-Amin, formerly known as H. Rap Brown, was once Minister of Justice of the Black Panther Party - always a servant of the people. We must come to his rescue just as he struggled to rescue us.

Haiti policy statement for President Obama and Congress

Haitian-Americans are working for change on the following priorities and urge President Obama and the new U.S. Congress to incorporate them into a more effective foreign policy that centers on promoting sustainable development, self-sufficiency, and a sovereign, prosperous and stable Haiti.

Congo: One hundred years of colonialism, dictatorship and war (1908-2008)

2008 marked the 100-year anniversary of the removal of the Congo from King Leopold II of Belgium as his own personal property. Global outrage at the King's brutal rule resulted in his losing the Congo treasure trove on Nov. 15, 1908.

Five bailout lessons from Katrina

Year end bonuses continue while foreclosures increase? The needs of the poor must take priority over the wants of the rich.

Cynthia McKinney and Cindy Sheehan report from human rights conference in...

We celebrate 60 years of failure. Human rights have been converted from a noble goal into an instrument of foreign policy used by rich and powerful nations against the poorest and weakest people of the world.

‘The Price of Silence’: Fulfill the promise of the Universal Declaration...

Introduced by Lawrence Fishburne, this music video brings together 16 of the world's top musicians — some of whom have fled oppressive regimes —...

Congolese children work, fight and die for our cell phones and...

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the green heart of Africa. The country has the second largest rainforest in the world. It is resource rich but plagued with humanitarian crises resulting from the plundering of the DRC's mineral resources are severe.

U.N. out of Haiti, Brazil out of Haiti

David Josue of the Haitian Lawyers' Leadership Network addressed the Brazilian Parliament on the U.N. troops led by Brazil and their violation, disregard and almost depraved indifference to Haitian life, liberty and civil and human rights. To standing ovations, he demanded the withdrawal of the U.N. troops led by Brazil out of Haiti.