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Tag: nonviolent action

Why the far right’s use of nonviolent action should be questioned

Research shows why right-wing actors trying to reap the tactical benefits of nonviolent action often fail to meet its standards.

Poor People’s Campaign announces ‘season of nonviolent direct action’ targeting US...

‘If our actions result in the system believing it has to arrest us, then so be it. Civil disobedience is a badge and banner we will proudly wear,” said Rev. William Barber.

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U.S.-backed Rafah massacre: calls for immediate suspension of Israeli aid after 45 civilians killed

International outrage mounts as images of the Rafah bombing reveal horrific civilian casualties, prompting demands for the U.S. to cease military support for Israel.

Netanyahu’s ‘tragic mistake’ claim faces backlash after Israeli strike kills civilians in Rafah

International outrage erupts as Israeli airstrike on a refugee camp in Rafah, Gaza, leaves 50 civilians dead. Critics demand accountability from Netanyahu and call for the suspension of U.S. military aid to Israel.

Millions at risk as record-breaking heatwaves loom: Experts call for immediate protections

As unprecedented heatwaves threaten millions across the U.S., climate experts and public health officials urge immediate actions to protect vulnerable populations and outdoor workers, warning of severe health risks and infrastructural challenges.

Israel escalates Rafah bombing despite ICJ order to halt assault, ignoring international condemnation

Reports from Gaza reveal that Israel intensified its bombing of Rafah just minutes after the International Court of Justice ordered a halt to the military operations, prompting widespread international condemnation.

Democratic lawmakers oppose Netanyahu’s congressional address amid genocide allegations and ICC arrest warrants

As Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu faces potential arrest warrants and accusations of genocide, House Democrats intensify opposition to Speaker Johnson’s invitation for him to address Congress.