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Immigration Update III by Vicky Steinitz

Poor Peoples United Fund Newsletter,, Fall 2019:  The endless stream of Trump administration attacks on immigrants continues. The targets of these cruel proposals are invariably among the most vulnerable: victims of domestic or gang violence applying for asylum, severely ill foreigners here for medical treatment, DACA children who have grown up in the United States and know no other home. At the same time though, efforts to halt these hateful moves and to accompany and advocate for our immigrant neighbors are growing in number and intensity.

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Organize for Dec. 2 hearing: Massachusetts Safe Communities Act

Safe Communities Coalition

Dear Safe Communities Coalition members, SCA endorsers and supporters:

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Job posting: Organizer wanted for Elephant in the Room project

Massachusetts Peace Action Education Fund
Organizer – Elephant in the Room Project
Oct. 31 deadline for applications
At $ 738 billion a year (or $ 989 billion including related categories), the U.S. military budget swallows
57% of all Federal discretionary spending. This number has risen rapidly under the Trump
administration. Military spending crowds out funding for all other purposes, leaving little available for
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Stand up for refugees and our proud tradition of resettlement!

“We Must Learn to Live Together as Brothers or Perish as Fools”*

We are living in a profoundly dangerous moment.
by Mary Hladky and Thea Paneth
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Notes on understanding the crisis in Hong Kong and role of the Left in the US

o Hong Kong is capitalist; the People's Republic of China is a country self-identified as in the primary stage of socialism with a Marxist-Leninist political system.  This is a major political contradiction and Hong Kong people are divided in their feelings about being part of China.


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UFPJ: For Truth and Reparations

Webinar March 26: Reportback from Peace Delegation to Venezuela

The U.S. Peace Council has organized a Peace and Solidarity Delegation to Venezuela. The delegation, which includes 13 leaders of prominent peace, civil rights and women's organizations in the United States and Canada, will be in Venezuela from March 10 to March 15.

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Statement of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

January 31, 2019

There now should be no doubt that the Trump Administration is pulling out all the stops to overthrow President Nicholas Maduro and the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).

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Tell US to stop interfering in Venezuelan affairs!

UFPJ: Global Campaign against US/NATO Military Bases

Unleash Your Fury: Stop Kavanaugh Week of Action

Campaign Nonviolence Over 2,600 Actions Planned!


Campaign Nonviolence Action Week, September 15-23, connecting the dots between war, poverty, racism, climate change, and the epidemic of violence.

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