Monthly Archives: September 2010

After False Promises, the Heat is On in Iraq

BAGHDAD – Iraqis promised development with the ouster of Saddam Hussein and the arrival of the U.S. are now suffering lack of development as never before. And where it hurts every moment is through the collapse of power supply. More than seven years into the U.S. occupation, most Iraqis lack electricity, leading to demonstrations in […]

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Evidence Mounts of BP Spraying Toxic Dispersants

Shirley and Don Tillman, residents of Pass Christian, Mississippi, have owned shrimp boats, an oyster boat and many pleasure boats. They spent much time on the Gulf of Mexico before working in BP’s Vessels Of Opportunity (VOO) program looking for and trying to clean up oil. Don decided to work in the VOO program in […]

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London: Global Media and the ‘War on Terror’ Conference

Dahr is giving a keynote address at this conference organized by the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) of the University of Westminster, London, in collaboration with the Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London. Conference Info

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Life vs. Productivity: “What Would You Live and Die to Protect?”

“It is criminal to teach a man not to defend himself, when he is the constant victim of brutal attacks.” -Malcolm X If someone broke into your house, pinned down your loved ones and began pouring poison down their throats, would you stop that person? What if someone poured crude oil all over your crops […]

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