CTA Peace and Justice Caucus presents
The Fourth Annual
Youth Activism Awards
Honoring Youth Groups and Individuals for their
Dedicated Commitment to Civil and Human Rights,
Peace, Social Justice, and Youth Empowerment
Saturday, April 5, 2008 4:30 – 6:00 PM
Westin Bonaventure Santa Barbara C
CTA Peace and Justice Caucus Membership Meeting
Saturday, April 5 8 AM Santa Monica A
Archive for March, 2008
CTA Peace and Justice Caucus presents
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Afghanistan's fiercest critic of the warlords, Malalai Joya, returns to the US for a brief visit. She will be addressing students and antiwar activists. In May 2007, Joya was kicked out of Parliament for comparing the warlords to animals in a zoo in a TV interview. Thousands of Afghans protested across the country. Today, Joya is still awaiting reinstatement to the Parliament. Event details: * Friday March 14th, 6-8 pm at Pasadena City College, R building, Room R-122 (South side of the Quad near the center of campus). Download the flyer here: www.afghanwomensmission.org/Joya_visit/PCC_flyer.pdf * Saturday March 15th, 12 noon at the major antiwar rally on the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Los Angeles. For more information about the march, visit www.answerla.org BACKGROUND: In September 2005, Malalai Joya was elected to Afghanistan’s parliament representing her native Farah province. At 27, she was one of the country's youngest MPs. After her election, Joya became a fierce critic of her fellow parliamentarians, telling journalists, human rights groups and anyone who would listen that though they now wore suits and ties, they were still the same US-sponsored, corrupt, greedy, murdering warlords and religious fundamentalists who had contributed to the country's ruin. Joya has survived 4 assassination attempts, and won numerous international human rights awards. She has been profiled in an award-winning film called Enemies of Happiness. In May 2007, she was kicked out of Parliament for comparing the warlords to animals in a zoo in a TV interview. Thousands of Afghans protested across the country. Today, Joya is still awaiting reinstatement to the Parliament. For more information, visit www.malalaijoya.com
Mourners stand beside the body of Salsabeel Abu Jalhoumm, a 21-month-old girl who was killed early on Sunday when an Israeli air strike hit near her home in the northern Gaza Strip, 2 March 2008. (Wissam Nassar/MaanImages) (Electronic Intifada)
More on Gaza:
<>Gaza: The Holocaust, The Holocaust: http://palestinechronicle.com/view_article_details.php?id=13560
Four Children Die in Gaza Attacks
[WIB-LA] Gaza & Sderot residents have joint blog
Israel minister threatens “holocaust” in Occupied Gaza
Joint Arab and Jewish Protest Against Gaza Killings
“The bodies of the children of Gaza are no defense for Sderot!” From Gush Shalom http://zope.gush-shalom.org/home/en/galleries/
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