On lâche rien: 諦めないぞ!。

魂におけるユートピア主義者、精神におけるノマドであれ。 私たちは皆「世界の市民」です。 私たちの闘いは同じ、夢も同じ、理想も同じです。 何も手放さないぞ! 北フランス出身のSaltimbanksのバンドより、 尊敬と友情と連帯をこめて。 This is a very popular French video with Japanese subtitles. 日本語の字幕 This is the English version: Continue reading On lâche rien: 諦めないぞ!。

Exclusive: Detained Honduran Woman, Moved to Mostly Male TX Prison After Hunger Strike, Speaks Out

RELATED STORIES   Part 2: Migrant Women Appear Via Video from Detention Centers in Asylum Cases Amid Harsh Conditions   Right to Return: Deported After Protest by His Family, Mexican Immigrant to Attempt U.S. Re-entry TOPICS Web Exclusive, Immigrant Rights, Immigration, Prison PRINTER-FRIENDLY 1,003 SHARED   Image Credit: Human Rights First At the end of October, 27 immigrant women detainees began a hunger strike, demanding an end to mistreatment and their immediate release from the T. Don Hutto detention center near Austin, Texas. Most of the women were asylum seekers from Central America, which has seen a surge in migrants fleeing violence and … Continue reading Exclusive: Detained Honduran Woman, Moved to Mostly Male TX Prison After Hunger Strike, Speaks Out

Is the ISIS Bombing in Beirut a Product of US Policy in the Region?

Rania Masri and Vijay Prashad say the western media’s reporting on the ISIS bombing in Lebanon is deeply racist and accepts the ISIS narrative by describing the southern Beirut neighborhood as a “Hezbollah bastion”  –   November 13, 2015 from the Real News Network Transcript JESSICA DESVARIEUX, PRODUCER, TRNN: Welcome to the Real News Network. I’m Jessica Desvarieux in Baltimore. Lebanon is holding a national day of mourning following twin bombings for which ISIS has claimed responsibility. On Thursday evening 43 people were killed, and more than 200 wounded, in a southern Beirut neighborhood. This came a day after President Obama said … Continue reading Is the ISIS Bombing in Beirut a Product of US Policy in the Region?