Category: Anti-war and Anti-racism← Older posts
Dear Sisters and Brothers in the anti-war movement, Attached is an open letter raising issues of racism in the anti-war movement. In it, we identify racist practices that have hindered our ability to work together and will continue to do … Continue reading
Community Action Notes is a Toronto based newsletter for community networking, outreach and information sharing against war and racism. The attached PDF documents are issues of Community Action Notes from 2002.
Terrorism is the scourge of the era….The media focus on only one variety, that of the United States’ official enemies…. Click here to listen to this hour long radio program recorded in Boulder Colorado.
Hello friends. As you probably know by now, I was refused entry into the belly of the beast last night. A friend and I had to turn back our car into the great white north, but not before we were … Continue reading
My recent speech at a women’s conference on violence against women has generated much controversy. In the aftermath of the terrible attacks of September 11, I argued that the U.S. response of launching ‘America’s new war’ would increase violence against … Continue reading
I was getting ready to leave for DC. The mass mobilization was gaining momentum as the IMF/World Bank meetings approached at the end of the month. I was excited about heading out early to do ‘Anti-Racism for Global Justice’ workshops … Continue reading
That light of outrage is the light of history springing upon us when we’re least prepared* And oh, how unprepared we were for September 11th. In many ways, the United Nations World Conference Against Racism seems like a lifetime ago. … Continue reading
5,000 people have been killed in a murderous attack just a few days ago, clearly stemming from past events in the Middle East. Although the President of the United States correctly refers to this as “acts of war”, he does … Continue reading
January 3, 2002 Nine leading economic and social justice activists from the global South were in Seattle last November for a week-long conference called, “Break Free: Voices of the Global South.” The conference brought activists from Africa, Asia and Latin … Continue reading
Now that we’re all supposed to be Americans as the fight against “the evil ones” expands, a recent incident has reminded me that some of us, wherever we may live, are just, as George Bush said recently, “Pakis”. What does … Continue reading← Older posts