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Raising the stakes in the struggle over immigration detention

“As the struggle for immigrant rights continues to be fought across America, new battlegrounds may come into view, then fade from public attention. For many months, our border drew intense scrutiny, as family separations shocked and horrified millions. Recently, the fate of DACA and 700,000 Dreamers moved back briefly…”

Author: Andrew Moss
Published in:
Date: 2019:
767 words

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Which would you prefer?nuclear war or climate catastrophe?

“The world owes an enormous debt of gratitude to Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi, Boris Johnson, and other heroic rulers of our glorious nations. Not only are they hard at work making their respective countries great again, but they are providing you, the people of the world, with a choice between two opportunities for mass death and destruction.
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Author: Lawrence Wittner
Published in:
Date: 2019:
949 words

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Cross-generational power to change

“Greta Thunberg was just a little girl in Sweden who learned about the emerging threats to all of us–literally to every human being on Earth and to all species–from anthropogenic (human-caused) climate chaos.

Author: Tom H. Hastings
Published in: LA Progressive, Emmitsburg Maryland News-Journal, North Ogden Utah Sentinel, Art Voice
Date: 2019: November 15, 17, 18
557 words

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