Cameroonian asylum seekers said to be one day away from deportation back to the oppression they fled
Advocates accuse immigration officials of falsifying travel documents By Frances Madeson – The Louisiana Illuminator There is a peaceful room in a safe, joyful home in the Washington metro area waiting for Micah, an English-speaking Cameroonian refugee who spent his 20th birthday on hunger strike in… »
During Marie Dutrepont’s interview by Pressenza, Marie described the process and unbearable situation in the Moria (Lesvos) concentration camp in Greece. She described day-to-day conditions in a camp designed for 2500 people but that now hosts 25,000. She spoke of the fears and risks for women going the… »
As Japanese Americans whose community was targeted by unjust mass incarceration and separation of families by the U.S. government during WWII, we are appalled by the blatant, ruthless lack of humanity exhibited by those responsible for the family separation policy, as documented in a new draft report by the DOJ’s… »
September 25: The collection of signatures for the European Citizens’ Initiative for an unconditional basic income begins.
This September 25, 2020, the collection of signatures begins to bring to fruition the European Citizen Initiative for an Unconditional Basic Income. It involves the collection of 1 million signatures in at least 7 countries of the European Union and within a period of one year. The presentation of the… »