Utilizing Indigenous Thought To Cope In The Age Of Trump

By Four Arrows, truth-out.org -

By Four Arrows for Truthout - November 9, 2016, was a typical North Dakota wintry day and the cold wind bit into me. Unlike the group of fellow Veterans for Peace I was with, who had come from [...]

Israeli Arms Maker Picked To Build Prototype Of Trump’s Border Wall

By Ali Abunimah, www.electronicintifada.net -

By Ali Abunimah for The Electronic Antifada - An Israeli arms maker has been picked by the US Department of Homeland Security to build a prototype of the wall President Donald Trump has vowed to [...]

School Of Americas Watch Border Encuentro Coming Up

By Katherine Henao, www.popularresistance.org -

By Katherine Henao for School of Americas Watch. If you’re an immigrant like me, you know how hard it is to be the constant scapegoat of the United States – that those of us who come to these [...]

Stop The Border Surveillance Bill

By Adam Schwartz, www.eff.org -

By Adam Schwartz for EFF - EFF opposes a new federal bill that would dramatically expand dragnet biometric and other surveillance of U.S. citizens and immigrants alike at and near the U.S. [...]

California To Sue Trump Administration Over U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

By Patrick McGreevy and Jazmine Ulloa, www.latimes.com -

By Patrick McGreevy and Jazmine Ulloa for Los Angeles Times - California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra plans to announce a lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of the state that will challenge President [...]

Poignant New Artwork Shows Little Boy Peering Over U.S.-Mexico Border

By Lee Moran, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Lee Moran for The Huffington Post - “Is this boy looking over the border worried that if things get crazier on the other side, people will massively cross the border in his direction?” A [...]

US-Mexico Border Convergence Webinar Series

By Staff, www.soaw.org -

By School of the Americas Watch. The SOA Watch movement began as a response to the call of solidarity to the people affected by the political, economic, and military US intervention in Central [...]

Marijuana Legalization Is Decreasing Violent Crime In Border States

By W. E. Messamore, www.ivn.us -

By W. E. Messamore for IVN - In a paper published by The Economic Journal last month, a study by the Norwegian School of Economics in partnership with the Pennsylvania State University Department [...]

No Nukes, No Wars, No Walls, No Warning

By Mike Bass, www.peaceandplanet.org -

By Mike Bass for Peace and Planet - A conference making the links between nuclear abolition, social and economic justice and moving the global economy to a path in balance with the planet’s [...]

Cost Of Trump’s Wall Compared To His Proposed Program Cuts

By Joe Sexton, www.networkforpubliceducation.org -

By Joe Sexton for ProPublica - The fiscal 2018 price for President Trump’s border wall is in: $2.6 billion. That’s a cost to U.S. taxpayers, not a cost many people any longer think will be picked [...]

We Want To Welcome! Barcelona Demands Open Borders For Refugees

By Carlos Delclós, www.roarmag.org -

By Carlos Delclós for ROAR Magazine - On February 18, over 160.000 people took to the streets of Barcelona to demand that the Spanish government and the European Union accept more refugees. The [...]

Native Tribe: Wall With Mexico Will Not Be Built On Their Land

By Carrie Jung, www.kjzz.org -

By Carrie Jung for KJZZ - Tribal leadership of Tohono O’odham Nation in southern Arizona said they won't support a border wall project on their land. Part of their reservation extends into Mexico [...]

Judge Orders Border Patrol Provide Short Term Detainees With Basic Necessities

By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, www.immigrationimpact.com -

By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Impact - A federal judge ordered the Border Patrol to immediately cease its practice of refusing to provide basic amenities to people detained in Border [...]

Erase Border, Moms 4 Peace & Miami Model’s Police State

By Eleanor Goldfield, www.occupy.com -

By Eleanor Goldfield of Occupy - This week, a wall is a wall until it's – the sky? Ana Teresa Fernandez shows us how we might view things differently, simply through the application of color. [...]

Women Bridge Divide Between Koreas By Crossing The DMZ

By Medea Benjamin, www.huffingtonpost.com -

On May 24, International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament, I will be one of 30 women from 15 countries who will engage in a historic march from North to South Korea, crossing the [...]

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