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We have been a leading force for progressive social change in Westchester County, New York, since 1974.  We have been educating, agitating and organizing for a more just and peaceful world, an end to militarism and racism and a more fair economy that works for all.

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Israel’s War on American Student Activists

Israel’s War on American Student Activists   For years the Israel on Campus Coalition—a little-known organization with links to Israeli intelligence—has used student informants to spy on pro-Palestinian campus groups. Students gather in support of Palestine at Harvard...

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WESPAC Annual Meeting of Members!

The WESPAC Board and myself look forward to welcoming you there.  Our annual meeting is open to the public and all are welcome.   Sending our good wishes,   Nada

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Support to Divest the NYS CRF from gas and oil companies

From Divest NY Coalition: Dear Divest NY allies, Thank you for supporting the Divest NY campaign. Our major focus this fall is to press NY State Comptroller DiNapoli to fully divest the NYS Common Retirement Fund (CRF) from Exxon and other gas and oil companies. His...

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Slaughter in Gaza:

The Failures of International law and Responsible Statecraft Slaughter in Gaza: The Failures of International law and Responsible Statecraft     Richard Falk Global Justice in the 21st Century November 5, 2023   Prefatory Note: A slightly updated and modified...

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Elias Foundation Activist Fellowship Program 2024

From the Elias Foundation:   Announcing the ACTIVIST FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2024 - Deadline for Letters of Intent November 30, 2023 We are excited to again share with you this opportunity for Fellowships for activists in underserved communities. The Elias Foundation is...

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This a call for support and outreach. Parents and children in the East Ramapo (ER) School district need our support. The crisis in their schools – a hostile school board, more than 10 years of austerity budgets, racial discrimination, and buildings declared unsafe and with lead in the water – is on the agenda. We hope you can show your support for ER parents and children at their parent-led forum on Saturday February 24, 11:00 am-1:00 pm at the Spring Valley Salvation Army Community Center. At you can see from the attached flyers for the event, this is about grassroots organizing by the parents and community themselves. We are showing up to show support.If you think you can make it, please RSVP to this email so we can get an idea of turnout. If you are interested in helping with set up, clean up or contributing food, please contact Nancy ([email protected]). ... See MoreSee Less
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Multiple NYT sources tell me that the paper is now cutting ties with Anat Schwarz after her social media history — “turn Gaza into a slaughterhouse” — was exposed. Her explosive article shaped public understanding of 10/7 yet the team at The Daily has still been unable to produce…

Yesterday, anti-Netanyahu & anti-war protests rocked Tel Aviv in a way they haven’t since before October 7th. Hostage families & many others came out to stand up to the government.

And the government responded violently.

Incredible video by Eli Katzoff capturing the protests:

I wish he hadn’t done it because we need him, but burning yourself alive to stop a genocide is more rational, human and understandable than the world carrying on during genocides like everything is normal.

At the age of 23, after graduating from Columbia University and working briefly for PBS, I went through 7 rounds of interviews and finally landed a job at the NYT as a news producer.

On my 3rd day on the job, on the graveyard shift which was from 5pm-2am I had to fill out some…

BREAKING: more than 4,000 artists are calling for genocidal Israel to be excluded from the Venice Biennale, one of the world's biggest and most prestigious arts exhibitions.

https://anga.live/

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