The antiwar and queer liberation movements are natural allies. Yet the focus on “don’t ask don’t tell” threatens to turn the queer liberation movement pro-militarism.
What to say to convince people of the legitimacy of international law?
(Disclaimer: I understand that the substitutes are poor here, and the whole exercise may well be taken as trivialising racism, rape and rape culture, which are very serious concerns. If it is taken that way, I apologise in advance. I
First-hand account of a protest against John Yoo at Berkeley.
http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/measurenonprofit I read this article and thought it was interesting. I had some comments on it, which pertain to the antiwar movement at large, so I thought I would share them. Make of them what you will. 1. Measuring is
Stanford Student Speaks Out On Confronting Rice http://cbs5.com/politics/condoleezza.rice.confronted.2.999686.html A follow up to their story from Thursday Stanford Student Confronts Rice On Interrogationshttp://cbs5.com/politics/condoleezza.rice.confronted.2.998771.html
I think this is amazingly good — at least to my own aesthetics. Just the right mix of seriousness and hilariousness, gravity and spirit, light and heavy, yin and yang. http://www.stanford.edu/group/antiwar/cgi-bin/mediawiki/images/d/da/NoMoreTorture.png This is your pizza. Go eat it. Are you
An awesome video by a friend. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O2KeDPTh3o “Condoleezza Rice is back at Stanford University. What does it mean for the Stanford community to accept an alleged war criminal on their campus? What does the pipeline of war criminals to universities
From Bertha von Suttner
Some articles and videos of relevance for those interested in peace and justice. 1. San Francisco — your tax dollars at work. Footage of police violence at SF antiwar rally last weekend. About 2:50 in.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWlSbdCmPcU “The State is authority, it