Browsing All posts tagged under »racism«

Cuban National Assembly Statement on Arizona Immigration Law

May 20, 2010


GRANMA INTERNATIONAL Havana. May 20, 2010 Statement from the International Relations Committee of the National Assembly of People’s Power of the Republic of Cuba ON April 23, Jan Brewer, governor of the state of Arizona, United States, publicly announced Law SB1070. This law, of a profoundly racist and xenophobic nature, allows the police to […]

Chomsky Post-Earthquake: Aid Should Go to Haitian Popular Orgs, Not Contractors or NGOs

March 5, 2010


  Chomsky Post-Earthquake: Aid Should go to Haitian Popular Organizations, not to Contractors or NGOs Keane Bhatt For decades, Noam Chomsky has been an analyst and activist working in support of the Haitian people. In addition to his revolutionary linguistics career at MIT, he has written, lectured and protested against injustice for 40 years. He […]

HAITI: There Are No Security Issues – The Racist Myth of Haiti’s Security Crisis

January 21, 2010


  From the blog Lenin’s Tomb: THERE ARE NO SECURITY ISSUES Once again, just for emphasis and instruction, the security crisis is fabricated: One thing that I think is really important for people to understand is that misinformation and rumors and, I think at the bottom of the issue, racism has slowed the recovery efforts […]