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One Day of the Iraq War = 84 New Elementary Schools.
What changes can we make so that Kenyans can promise each other, "Never again"?
The level of despair grows daily. Yet the world hears almost nothing of this humanitarian crisis.
The two employees formed the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement, which demanded that the company disengage from South Africa and contribute its profits made in South Africa to recognized African liberation movements.
By depriving ex-cons of opportunity, current laws promote crime.
Congress continues to fund the war. Some of us won't.
Democracy means participation.
There are still plenty of opportunities to get a word with the candidates, even the "rock stars."
Social justice organizing is about changing hearts and minds, and about changing public policy.
Summary:Tens, even hundreds of thousands of people can drive by a sign next to a highway before one of them takes so much as five minutes to go take it down.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs