Release Hiroji Yamashiro immediately. 乗松聡子さんが不当逮捕の抗議を英語で。国際アムネスティーからも勧告があります。これも読んでください。 Satoko Norimatsu of the Peace Philosophy Center in Vancouver demanding release of Okinawa peace activist Hiroji Yamashiro an announcing he has the support of Amnesty International. (Facebook video may not be viewable in some cases). Other public figures have also been protesting his … [Read more...] about Release Hiroji Yamashiro now!
by Kim Moody Kim Moody is a co-founder of Labor Notes. He is the author of numerous books about the American labor movement, including In Solidarity: Working-Class Organization and Strategy in the United States. Originally posted as From Realignment to Reinforcement | Jacobin Reforming, realigning, or refashioning the Democratic Party into a vehicle for social … [Read more...] about Leftists looking to take over the Democratic Party will confront even more roadblocks than in the past.
Aihara Hiroko Translation by Yuki Miyamoto Introduction by Eiichiro Ochiai January 15, 2017 Volume 15 | Issue 2 | Number 3 This article first appeared in Japan Focus. Please support them here. INTRODUCTION More than five years have elapsed since the great earthquake and the accompanying huge tsunami (on 3.11 of 2011), and its … [Read more...] about Follow Up on Thyroid Cancer! Patient Group Voices Opposition to Scaling Down the Fukushima Prefectural Health Survey¹
The first video is of of Martin Luther King speaking on the Merv Griffin show about the war in Vietnam and communism. Below that is his speech at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967. When you see a military band performing in an MLK day, ask yourself what is wrong with that image. When you see the prosecutors of our modern wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan … [Read more...] about Not the whitewashed Martin Luther King that most people know
The Riot Police Unit forcibly removed approximately 90 protesters. Ms. Fumiko Shimabukuro (87) was caught in the struggle with the Riot Policemen, injured the pinky finger of her right hand. The injury needed five stitches and was expected to take one week for full recovery. A Ogiminson Village resident (63) was held down by a Riot Police Officer, and got a bruise on his chest … [Read more...] about Takae Helipad Construction Incidents Violence, Evasion of the Law, and False Arrest by Riot Police Unit and Okinawa Defense Bureau