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CANG8 Environmental Committee – Vision Statement & Call to Action

“Another World Is Possible: Peaceful, Equitable & Sustainable!” Summary We stand in solidarity with rural and urban communities of the global North and South who are exposed to the hazards of climate change; ecological degradation and contamination; and land and resource grabs. We believe in food, resource and climate justice rooted in sustainability and democracy.…

Investigate the Environmental Impact of Conquest, Militarism, Occupation and Border Policies: Hiking and Camping Delegation San Pedro River, Southern Arizona April 29-May 7, 2012

 Sponsored by the Alliance for Global Justice and lead by AfGJ National Co-Coordinator James Jordan. APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 9, 2012–only six spaces offered! FOR MORE INFORMATION, email James Jordan at james@afgj.org or call 520-243-0381

Questions and Answers with Píedad Córdoba – Preguntas y Respuestas con Píedad Córdoba

Please CLICK HERE to access a video of a Question and Answer session with former Colombian Senator Píedad Córdoba, Coordinator of Colombians for Peace.  This session took place following a breakfast meeting with the Alliance for Global Justice / National Lawyers Guild delegation to Colombia in May and June, 2011.

International Solidarity Address to the National Conference for the Liberty of the Political Prisoners in Bogotá, Colombia

by James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice My name is James Jordan and I work for the Alliance for Global Justice and am a member of the Coordinating Committee of the National Network in Solidarity with the Political Prisoners (of Colombia). There is nothing we want more for the Colombian people than an end to…

War on Venezuela: Washington’s False Accusations Against The Chavez Government

By Eva Golinger (This article was originally published in Postcards from the Revolution at http://www.chavezcode.com/2011/12/war-on-venezuela-washingtons-false.html .) Ever since the US-supported coup attempt against President Hugo Chavez in Venezuela failed in April 2002, Washington has been pursuing a variety of strategies to remove the overwhelmingly popular South American head of state from power.

Big Shoulders in Chicago and Kabul

by Kathy Kelly, Co-Coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence This article first appeared in the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-kelly/chicago-g8-meeting_b_1156106.html Kabul — NATO/G8 meetings are scheduled to take place from May 19-21 next year in Chicago. Plans are ramping up everywhere.