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“Telling a Story is a Form of Activism”: Interview with Naveen Naqvi. “Time to Rally” – Robert Reich at the Take Back the American Dream Conference. The crowd was hyped for Robert Reich yesterday as we kicked off the first American Dream summit here in DC. And he didn’t disappoint. Reich – the former Secretary of Labor under President Clinton, public policy professor at UC Berkeley, and acclaimed political economist and commentator – brilliantly weaved together the history of our broken economy with today’s progressive movement. Off To The Races: Help Find 10,000 Censorship Opponents In 24hrs.
Flash Mob hits Target for it’s Homophobic & Anti-Democratic Policies. 'Occupy Wall Street' Should Also Take Aim at Health Insurance Companies. The lobbyists for U.S. health insurers surely have to be feeling a little uneasy knowing that thousands of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators who have been marching and protesting in Washington as well as New York and other cities might target them in the days ahead.
After all, the headquarters of the insurers’ biggest lobbying and PR group, America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), at 601 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., is just blocks away from Freedom Plaza, where the demonstrators have set up camp, and problems with health insurers appear to be near the top of the list of protesters’ concerns. Health Care for America Now, an umbrella advocacy group that played a key role in the health care reform debate, last week analyzed the 546 comments that had been posted by then on “ We are the 99 percent ” Tumblr site.
CREDO Mobile, Warren Buffet and the Limits of Progressive Business. You may not be able to visit this page because of: an out-of-date bookmark/favourite a search engine that has an out-of-date listing for this site a mistyped address you have no access to this page The requested resource was not found.
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Here’s a peek: Wisconsin provided inspiration for the effort by Van Jones and others to launch the American Dream Movement. The Rainbow Struggle: A primer for the global gay rights battle. UNITED NATIONS — This June the UN Human Rights Council narrowly passed its first-ever resolution calling for universal gay rights with the support of more than 80 countries.
It was an historic milestone, a global recognition that gay rights and human rights were finally synonymous, at least on paper, here in New York at the world body. How these rights play out in the real world is a very different story, and it is the subject of this GlobalPost “Special Report” which will examine the rights of people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) through a series of reports over the next two months from every corner of the world. In South Africa, for example, the very country that introduced the successful resolution, there is a domestic crisis of rampant gender-based violence. That violence includes a uniquely horrifying brutality known as “corrective rape” which is a targeted sexual attack against lesbians.
Defend Equality. Who We Are Founded in 2007 by women veterans, Service Women's Action Network (SWAN) is a small nonprofit that has made history!
With the funds of a start-up and a dedicated staff of seven, we have made an enormous impact on the world of military gender discrimination and military sexual violence. SWAN uses legislative reform, litigation, public education, and a national peer support helpline to help secure equal opportunity and the freedom to serve in uniform without the threat of harassment, discrimination, intimidation or assault, and to secure quality health care and equal benefits for women veterans and their families. Tell Senator Cornyn you support our servicemembers’ First Amendment rights. Black Voices for Internet Freedom to Launch Friday - Center for Media Justice. Manu Chao Stands in Solidarity with Sheriff Joe Arpaio Protesters (Video) On National Coming Out Day, we should respect everyone. Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day, and here is my coming out story as a lesbian teacher.
A month into my first year of teaching seventh-graders in Oakland, Calif., we were in the school library, outlining Africa on poster paper. Free/open software to run your election campaign. The NAACP's Photo.