Palestine—the Most Compelling Reason We Need a Sanders Victory and a Clinton Defeat in California

The California Democratic Primary is this Tuesday, June 7. Whatever “The Movement” means to you, if you care about human decency and international human rights we need a Sanders victory and a Clinton repudiation in California on June 7—and...

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Barnie Sanders on Palestine and Hillary Clinton’s Genocidal Plans for Palestine

Bernie and Hillary on Palestine This week on Voices Eric Mann reads excerpts from presidential candidate Bernie Sander's intended AIPAC Speech on Palestine and contrasts it with Hillary  presidential candidate Hilary Clinton's war-hawk views and plan for Palestine found in her...

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In His Own Voice: The Story of a Self-Respecting Jew

"When I first joined the civil rights movement in 1964 as a field secretary for the Congress of Racial Equality and first heard the militants from the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee chant “Hell no, we won’t go” to fight...

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The Palestinian Conflict And The Struggle For A Progressive Solution

The Recent and ongoing conflict in Palestine has stirred up debates among progressives organizations which are struggling to find viable and acceptable solutions to impact the Israeli's occupation of Gaza in a persuasive way. At the heart of some...

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Robin Kelley of UCLA

UCLA Professor Robin Kelley, just back from Palestine, reports back on the liberation movement there. Robin Kelley, Gary B. Nash Professor of American History at UCLA, just back from a trip to Palestine, reports back on the liberation movement. He has...

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