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Queally: Austerity 'Is Killing People'
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HIV/AIDS, malaria outbreaks, shortages of essential medicines, lost healthcare access, and an epidemic of drug abuse, depression and suicide
Queally: Marching for 'Free Education'
Apr 14, 2013
The Chilean student movement roared back to life as hundreds of thousands of people joined students in the nation's streets calling for a free and quality education for all
Queally: 100 Wealthiest Could End Poverty
Jan 24, 2013
The profits of the world's one hundred most wealthy individuals last year would be enough to wipe out world poverty a full four times over
Quigley: MLK Injustice Index 2013
Jan 21, 2013
While remembering how far this nation has come since Dr. King was alive, we cannot forget how far we have still to go to combat the oppressions of racism, materialism and militarism
Quigley: Katrina Pain Index 2012
Aug 25, 2012
27 percent of people in New Orleans live in poverty. The national rate is 15%
Qasim: Londoners Organize
Jun 25, 2012
Activists will be defending community spaces in London both from enclosure and security in the run up to, during and after the Olympic spectacle comes to town
Quigley: Working and Poor in the USA
Jan 20, 2012
Millions of people in the US work and are still poor
Quigley: Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties
Dec 03, 2011
The Obama administration has affirmed, continued and expanded almost all of the draconian domestic civil liberties intrusions pioneered under the Bush administration
Quigley: Robin Hood in Reverse in US
Apr 08, 2011
The rich have been getting richer and the poor and middle have been getting poorer in the US recently. Here are seven examples that show how the US is going through Robin Hood in Reverse.
Quigley: Two Grandmothers, Two Priests and a Nun
Mar 29, 2011
Two grandmothers, two priests and a nun were sentenced in federal court in Tacoma, WA Monday March 28, 2011, for confronting hundreds of US nuclear weapons stockpiled for use by the deadly Trident submarines.
Quigley: Human Rights Lawyer Beaten
Feb 24, 2011
Chen Guangcheng, a blind, 39 year old, self-taught, human rights lawyer in China who was recently released after years in prison has been put in home detention, isolated and beaten by authorities.
Quigley: Swiss Miss Bush
Feb 08, 2011
Justice for George W’s torture violations jumped much closer this weekend. Ex-President George W Bush was supposed to fly to Switzerland to speak in Geneva February 15.
Quigley: MLK Injustice Index 2011
Jan 18, 2011
As we remember the courage and hope of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we must not forget that he spoke out and worked against the injustices of our nation, particularly those of racism, materialism and militarism. Indeed that is what made him so hated and so dangerous when he was alive.
Quigley: Eight Homeless Youth Die
Jan 01, 2011
Eight young people, who the Fire Department said were “trying to stay warm,” perished in a raging fire during the night in New Orleans.
Quigley: Cover-ups, Coups, and Drones
Dec 21, 2010
Human rights advocates have significant new sources of information to hold the United States accountable.
Quigley: Tacoma Jury Still Out
Dec 12, 2010
The federal criminal trial of five veteran peace activists facing several charges was recessed until Monday after their jury announced late Friday they were unable to reach a unanimous verdict on one of the counts.
Quigley: Wikileaks & Democracy
Dec 01, 2010
By labeling tens of millions of documents secret, the US government has created a huge vacuum of information.
Quigley: Haiti’s Elections
Nov 27, 2010
Haiti needs legitimate leaders right now. Unfortunately, the elections set for November 28, 2010 are a sham. Here are five reasons why the world community should care.
Quigley: Bush's Crime Book
Nov 16, 2010
In his memoir George W. Bush admitted that he authorized that detainees be waterboarded, tortured, a crime under US and international law.
Quigley: Rich Winning the Class War
Oct 30, 2010
Facts show rich getting richer, everyone else poorer...