U.S. Guilty in Haiti Cholera Epidemic
The United States "is as responsible, if not more," than the United Nations for the cholera outbreak in Haiti, since "it's because of the military occupation that we have cholera," says Dr. Jemima Pierre, professor of African American and Diaspora Studies at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville.
Crimea Deserves Self-Determination
Dr. John Quigley, professor of international law at Ohio State University says Crimean "sentiment for separation" from Ukraine "has been very strong for a very long time" and the referendum on secession was not taken "under the gun" of Russia.
U.S. Billions for Ukrainian Fascists, Cuts for Hungry American Children
Washington is offering $10 billion in loan guarantees to the partly-fascist government of Ukraine, while cutting $8 billion in food stamp benefits to Americans, said Sara Flounders, of the United National Anti-War Coalition (UNAC).
Mumia: Police Still Spreading Anti-MOVE Propaganda
The Fraternal Order of Police has orchestrated a renewed campaign of hatred and disinformation against the MOVE organization in order to prevent imprisoned members from winning parole, said Mumia Abu Jamal, the nation's best-known political prisoner.
Monteiro Supporters Blast Temple University and Molefi Asante
Hundreds of community, student and labor activists demanded reinstatement with tenure for Dr. Anthony Monteiro, an associate professor in the African American Studies Department.