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Human Rights

Their Job is to Say No!

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Political leaders who commit human rights violations, commit torture or genocide do not admit to committing a crime–they blame their actions on the public they supposedly represent. Ghastly, inhuman acts committed are always justified by the acts of the other or someone else…never the person committing the act. And so it was when American military [&hellip... more →

Fourth World in 2009

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At this point in the Christian calendar one is supposed to make sage observations about what is likely to occur in the twelve months ahead.  This is, of course, the usual practice.  I thought about this practice and then began to consider what ought to happen in the next twelve months…as a result of actions [&hellip... more →

Charter: Engagement in the Future of Tibet

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 Dear Colleagues, The Charter was created by Tashi Rabgey la, an extraordinary Tibetan woman who built two schools for 410 children of Kham on the Tibetan Plateau through Machik   www.Machik.org  Dr. Losang Rabgey la is her sister and director of Machik.    Charter for Engagement in the Future of Tibet  THIS WE KNOW We live in [&hellip... more →

Tibet Day 2008

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Greetings All, Tibet Day 2008 is promising to be a remarkable event. Come enjoy Tibetan food, song, dance, vendors and related nonprofit organizations. Find out the next stage of the Tibet movement in the Bay Area and beyond. Please check out http://friends-of-tibet.org/tibetday/tibetday.html for our press release and flyer for the event.  Below, are some outstanding Tibet-related organizations that we are [&hellip... more →

The Failure of Anti-Terrorist Militarism

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The US government on Tuesday, 21 October 2008 without explanation dropped all war crimes charges against five men who have been held without trial at the secretive prison at Guantanamo, Cuba. As if caught in Sisyphus-like existence for an eternity, the American government created a black hole into which mostly victims of vigilante justice have [&hellip... more →

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